Qigong for Treating Cancer & Parkinsons

Sep 14-15, 2012 Alternative Cancer Therapies Conference

The Annie Appleseed West Coast Meeting, San Francisco

Annie Appleseed Project, an all-volunteer nonprofit based in Florida, is bringing their east coast conference to California for the first time. Designed for patients, families and wellness professionals, this conference explores alternative cancer therapies from the perspective of top alternative and medical leaders, including Master Mingtong Gu.

Visit annieappleseedproject.org for more information.

Mingtong presents at the conference

Saturday, Sep 14, 2012 3:25pm

“Inner Chi Medicine Through Wisdom and Love”

Master Mingtong Gu will lead an informative workshop on Qigong for Cancer.

Qigong for Cancer

You are not alone in your search for treatment

To begin with, remember that you have options. With knowledge and support, this can be an opportunity to make valuable transitions that can awaken new and deeper states within you. There are experienced guides and proven practices tha t you can begin immediately to help center, ground, open and connect you with a deep sense of peace and even joy. It is possible.

Qigong helps you transform your body, heart, mind and energy to realize your deepest intentions of radiant health, true happiness, joy and profound peace. Through the practices of Qigong, you can effect profound physical, emotional, mental and even spiritual transformations.

Science continues to confirm the positive effects of Qigong on cancer outcomes. “There is a lot of evidence suggesting that Qigong therapy has an inhibitory effect on cancer growth, both in vitro and in vivo studies, as well as in clinical observation.” Other research shows improvement in other areas, including weight, strength, appetite, digestion, liver and many other areas. These findings and others can be found at the California-based Qigong Institute (http://www.qigonginstitute.org/), which compiles scientific research studies on the effects of Qigong on cancer and many other health conditions.

Qigong for Parkinson’s

Listen to Recorded Podcast Interview – Wednesday, June 6, 2012 Host Robert Rodgers speaks with Master Gu about how Qigong can help Parkinsons. www.parkinsonsrecovery.com

by Reviewer
Master Mingtong Gu is an internationally recognized teacher and healer who received his training from a variety of Grandmasters of China, Tibet and at the world's largest Qigong hospital.