Barefoot Doctor's Journal
Take control of your health with this guide to natural health and healing. Get expert advice to help you alleviate pain and live healthy naturally. Access to tools, information and opportunities.
Take control of your health
For 5000 years Traditional Chinese Medicine has help people to relieve pain and achieve a healthy longevity naturally.
A comprehensive guide to natural health and healing, the Barefoot Doctor’s Journal seeks to empower it's readers to take control of their own health, find their own inspiration, help create healthier communities and share the adventure with whoever is interested. Internationally recognized experts in the fields of healthy aging and Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Living Younger Longer Institute has helped hundreds of people each year to live healthy naturally.
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Evidence-Based Health Care Programme
Need and demand versus limited resources in healthcare:
how can we close the gap?
19 – 23 June 2017
Led by Professor Sir Muir Gray
Scholarships worth £2,110 – apply by 29 May 2017
Find out more from Oxford Continuing Education
We are offering full-fee Scholarships for exceptional applicants for Oxford’s new postgraduate accredited short course – Healthcare Value.
THE 4th ANNUAL PARK HILL ART FESTIVAL
May 19, 20, & 21
COLORADO’S SEASON KICK OFF ART FESTIVAL
CCM Events is proud to once again present a professional art festival to great residents of Park Hill. The Park Hill Art Festival is a juried fine art and fine craft show that will showcase 65 fine artists from Colorado and beyond.
LOCATION: Park Hill Masonic Lodge grounds, 4819 E Montview Blvd, Denver, CO 80207
TIMES: Friday May 19th 12 pm to 7:30 PM, Saturday May 20th 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday May 21st 11 am to 5 pm (more…)
Tips from the “Yellow Emperor’s Medicine Cabinet” Allergies and the Winds of Spring
“The three months of Spring are the season for renewal. With everything flourishing, the world is full of life. To accord with the season, go to bed a little later, and get up a little earlier. Be patient and let things grow. Go for a stroll in the courtyard, loosen your hair, relax your body and freshen your mind. Enjoy the season and do not do anything harmful to your health. This is the way to cultivate the Qi of Life in Spring. ”
The Yellow Emperor’s Classic on Internal Medicine
Springtime is the season of change, growth and unfortunately allergies.
Hosted by The T’ai-chi/Tai Chi Project & Living Younger Longer Institute, Denver
“The times make the hero and the hero makes the times”
Old T’ai chi saying
Human beings have a great capacity to adapt to changes and I have full confidence that people will rise to any challenge in the future. But in order to do that we have to have a future. We cannot continue treating our planet like a garbage dump pretending to be ignorant of the damage we are causing. Help to bring awareness to the importance of addressing climate change by attending the World Tai Chi & Qigong Day at People’s Climate March.
Go Outside and Play
by Joseph Brady
In Traditional Chinese Medicine one whole group of therapeutic exercises involve what is called “Nature’s Therapy”. The ancient Chinese believed that there is something inherently therapeutic about being around nature. Sun bathing, air baths, water therapy even gardening have their place in the constellation of therapeutic practices that comprise Traditional Chinese Medicine. Nature’s Therapy is one reason Tai Chi and Qigong are traditionally practiced outside in parks. In addition to the normal benefits of exercise, going outside provides additional benefits. Getting out in nature can provide much needed stress relief in our high-tech, high-stress lives. Being in nature’s slower cycles can offset the hectic pace of modern life. Hanging out in natural settings has very healthy effects on physiology. Being around plants can reduce heart rates and blood pressure. Taking care of a garden gives you something to focus on besides your troubles. Walking and taking time to smell the roses are better ways to deal with stress than hollering and fretting.