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Item #J044

Vol. 4, No. 4: Winter 1994-95

 

Features: Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine by Adam Wallace; Maggie Newman: Song of Connections by Sarah Grusin; Preparing to Practice Qigong by Yu Cheng Huang; Chinese Pediatric Massage by Kyle Cline, LMT; Mystery of the Secrets by Thomas Forsythe.

 



Item #J051

Vol. 5, No. 1: Spring 1995

 

Features: Health Care: China's Ancient Solution to the Crisis in Modern Medicine by Roger Jahnke, OMD; Qigong of the Shaolin Temple by Ted W. Knecht; Foods & Diet for Procreation, Rejuvenation, and Regeneration by Don Matesz; Eastern Ways of Knowing by Linda Hold, MA; Held Hostage by the Medical Lobby by Raymond L. Beck.

 



Item #J052

Vol. 5, No. 2: Summer 1995

 

Features: The Role of Lympatics in Qigong by R. Lindsay Anglen, B.S., D.C.; Let 100 Flowers Bloom: A Profile of Taijquan Instruction in America by Dr. Jay Dunbar; Sole Searching by Ray L. Beck; Will Chinese Medicine and Macrobiotics survive into the 21th Century? by Phyllis Parun.

 



Item #J053

Vol. 5, No. 3: Autumn 1995

 

Features: In the Spirit of the Father Doctor (Traditional Thailand Medical Massage) by Skip Kanester, HHP; The Perfect Pot of Rice by Rachel Albert-Matesz; The Legality of Natural Healing by Ray L. Beck; Death: Another Breath by Danya Davis; Sacred Mt. Wutai and the Three Bridges of Realty by Andrew Nugent-Head.

 



Item #J054

Vol. 5, No. 4: Winter 1995-96

 

Features: Qigong, Handle with Care by Yu-Cheng Huang, transl. by Robert Poile and Laurie Manning; If You Can't Stand by R.J. Mendel; An American student relates his experience...Qigong Study in China by Carl Nordstrom; Jing: The Stepping Stone to Health by Michael Tse.

 


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