Barefoot Doctor's Journal

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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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February 5, 2017
Joe Brady

Mindfulness Meditation Over Matter

by Joseph Brady and Jacqui Shumway

“Aging is a question of mind over matter — if you don’t mind it it doesn’t matter,” once quipped Mark Twain. Modern Biomedical research has verified that he was right, to a large extent. As we get older we look forward to enjoying our golden years and doing everything we’ve always wanted to do. However certain changes in our bodies and in our lives can make that more difficult. Mindfulness meditation can minimize these effects and we can get the most out of the life these bodies afford us. (more…)

January 29, 2017
Joe Brady

Tai Chi at Spirit Con 2017

Spirit-Con 2017 Interfaith Gathering

By Jacqui Shumway

Please Join Park Hill United Methodist Church, Temple Micah, and Masjid Taqwa (Northeast Denver Islamic Center) for a fun, spirit-filled day of panel discussions, lectures, and spiritual encounters.

William Shatner? Funny costumes? Nope, but at SpiritCon, you can expect to find exciting and in-depth discussion on topics as diverse as the common roots of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and the intersection of faith and social justice.  Come join us to welcome participants with Tai Chi. Joe will lead from 8-9:30 am.


January 29, 2017
Joe Brady

Awake Experience

Dr. Joseph Brady Taking Control of your Healthcare

Did you know 80% of the demand on the U.S. Healthcare system is self-inflicted (lack of exercise/poor diet etc)? Join us for this powerful conversation about ways you can continue to take control of your own wellness with the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Tai Chi/Acupuncture/Medicine/diet etc). Includes plenty of common sense tips like… you need to love the taste of the food you eat and enjoy the type of physical activity you choose to actually want to do it. We talk about what is broken in the Western Healthcare system but we also cover where the system is strong.

January 22, 2017
Joe Brady

Pathways to Wisdom

Healthy Aging in Mind, Body and Spirit

Healthy mind/body practices like Tai Chi, Qigong and yoga help reestablish the connection between mind and body and prevent many of the debilitations we see in aging. A review of 77 studies, found strong evidence that such practices improve cardiorespiratory fitness, physical function and bone health, balance and fall prevention, mental health and quality of life. Healthy Aging is crucial for the health of our health care system. Healthy fully functional people are money in the bank for all of society.


January 14, 2017
Joe Brady

15th ANNUAL Martin Luther King Marade Drumming

Harmony with a Beat! Community Drummers

Come celebrate the joy of Dr. Martin Luther King’s message as we join with the Maraders… Chops, Gregg, Joe and Jacqui lead the fun! Bring your drum, percussion, chair – but but mostly yourself.

Monday, January 16, 2017, 10:15am – 11:30am
Living Younger Longer Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Clinic, Corner of E. Colfax & York St. in Denver

The Marade theme this year: “The Content of Character Matters.”