VIEWING CHINA FROM AFAR: The Art of Tui Na and Qi Gong in America

Shawn Smolinski

TCM Practitioner & Educator

In the eyes of American disciples, Tui Na and Qi Gong represent ethereal gateways that unlock the profound treasures of Chinese medical culture. Let's follow up with People's Daily Online West USA and go on to explore "The Art of Tui Na and Qi Gong in America."

Renowned American Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner Liu Hao reverently claims that Tui Na is the highest-level treatment of TCM, an art capable of healing patients without any tool. 

Through rigorous training, practitioners witness the profound transformations within their bodies, wielding a mesmerizing influence that delivers incomprehensible healing effects to those they serve. 

In this film, Angus, an American Tradition Chinese Medicine student, said, "In Western culture, we are taught how to think but not so much about how to feel. Now we are starting to realize there's an error to that."

Following up on this captivating documentary, we step into the hallowed classrooms of Traditional Chinese Medicine universities, where Western students explore the intricate meridians that weave through the human body, delve into the esoteric depths of ancient wisdom, and wholeheartedly embrace the practices of Qi Gong and Tui Na. 

The community of enthusiasts devoted to studying Traditional Chinese Medicine classics continues growing in the tranquil corners of America's towns. The Martial art of Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Yi Jin Jing are attracting practitioners. 

Traditional Chinese Medicine, like gentle spring rain, bestows places not just a path to robust health but also the opportunity to embrace a harmonious way of life.

Contact Information:
Amy Zhou
PR
usawest@people.cn
9193603331




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