What if we could shift it without having to take any weird drugs, beginning a new diet and without having to try and motivate ourselves by doing more goal setting exercises?
What if we could shift it by just moving our attention and our activities to very specific times throughout the day and night?
Welcome to the Ancient Chinese "Qi" Body Clock!
This course will guide you through the 24hr daily cycle showing you how the life force energy, or "Qi", moves through our bodily and energetic systems.The aim is to move ourselves into alignment with this natural movement, so that greater sources of energy, insight, intuition, grace and life wisdom can naturally and easily arise.
"Those who flow as life flows, know they need no other force." ~ Lao Tzu
This course will show you how to "tweak your lifestyle" so that you can become and remain clear, emotionally steady and energised so you can be at your best.
Michael introduces and explains the benefits of learning about the Qi clock.
Who am I? Why and I talking about and teaching people the Qi clock?
Laying the foundations for understanding the Qi clock. How Qi moves, what causes imbalances and how does Qi fit into Taoism?
Let's talk about the Stomach energy in the Qi Clock.
Let's talk about the Heart energy in the Qi Clock.
Let's talk about the Kidney energy in the Qi Clock.
Let's talk about the Pericardium energy in the Qi Clock.
Let's talk about the Lung energy in the Qi Clock.
A summery of all the main keywords realted to the organ systems and the time of day.
An basic introduction into Qi Gong (translated as, "energy work") and some basic movements to boost the lungs.
An explination into the 3 main sources of "Qi" energy.
Michael Hetherington (BHlthSci, TCM, Yoga) is an author, yoga instructor, psychotherapist and a teacher of traditional Oriental medicine from Brisbane, Australia.
He specialises in blasting people out of stagnation, anxiety and depression and into a more inspired life using the internal sciences of yoga and Chinese medicine to awaken their healing potential.
He holds a Bachelor in Health Science from Charles Sturt University, an Advanced Diploma in Acupuncture from the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences and a level 2, yoga teacher certificate from the Byron yoga centre. He has been teaching yoga since 2008 and was a lecturer of Oriental medicine and Chinese medical massage (Tui Na) at the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences from 2014-2015.
In his early twenties he suffered from regular migraine headaches, depression and chronic lower back pain, which he overcame primarily through the practices of yoga, relaxation and meditation.
Michael was always attracted to eastern philosophy and it was this interest that drew him to the teachings and practices of yoga and Oriental medicine at a young age. After traveling to China to teach English for a year, he returned to Australia in 2004 to begin studying Chinese medicine, remedial massage and practicing Oki-Do yoga (Japanese Yoga form developed by Dr Masahiro Oki) under the guidance of Peter Masters.
Inspired by the teachings of many he has learned that a lighthearted and nurturing approach to life serves best.
Michael's other interests include world music, multimedia arts, reading, dancing, traveling, spending time in nature & drinking cups of tea.