Hi, Welcome! In this article, I am going to introduce you to the fourth and final Fundamental Winter Practice! I’ll be providing you specific examples and lots of references for this practice. So, be sure to stick around till the end. If you’re just joining for the first time, be sure to read and watch the first three winter practices. You can check out the first practice here, the second
Keep Yourself Vital this Winter and for the Rest of the Year! Today’s post is the first of four in the Fundamental Winter Practices series! This series is designed to introduce you to ancient Chinese and modern practices that will replenish and nourish you during the winter months. These practices will also help to sustain you for the months ahead. In Chinese Medicine, Winter is the season to slow down
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