Category Archives: Respiratory

The Link Between Lung Health and Gut Health

A Time For Transformation As summer turns into fall, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) turns its attention to the lungs and their paired organ—the large intestine. The transformation to fall’s cold, dry air causes a vulnerability of imbalance in the lungs and large intestine, making it the perfect season to nourish and protect these organs. According…

The Benefits of CHI Machine

Aerobic Exercise – Make Your Cells DANCE Dr. Shizuo Inoue spent 38 years of research on Oxygenation. The concepts of Oxygenation are inherited from Tai-Chi’s circular motion and the West German Motion Theory. With that said, we are able to get the best performance out of Oxygenation through the use of the Chi Machine. Neither…

Messages in Water

Our bodies are constantly giving us messages as to what it needs.  The key to those messages is to have the understanding of their meaning. Bowel movements are one of the easiest ways to check the body’s flow system on a regular basis.  The information can tell you how the vital organs of elimination are…

Oxygen, “The Giver of Life”

Oxygen is the “life giver.” Life demands heat and we cannot have heat without oxygen.  Every faculty of the body must have oxygen, particularly the brain – the most active part of the body vibratoryily.  The brain requires more than four times as much oxygen as the rest of the body to repair and rebuild…