“It can be practiced independently as a weight loss program. It can also work with any other weight management program. It is easy to learn, has quick-to-see results, and promotes overall health improvement.”
Wichita, KS December 29, 2017
Those planning to lose weight in the New Year may be interested in an ancient Chinese secret: Bigu Qigong (BEE-GOO CHEE-KUNG). Roughly translated “energetic fasting,” the practice teaches controlled breathing exercises that allow participants to “breathe their way to thin.”
Dr. Qizhi Gao, D.O.M., Dipl. OM, has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine since 1980 and has 40 years’ experience as a Qigong Practitioner and Instructor.
Now, Dr. Gao is releasing his methods to a wider audience through his book “Breathing Yourself Thin,” and through an online course that includes a video series and access to instructors. Learn more here: https://ibreathin.com/
“I have seen many successes over the years among students who adhere to this program,” said Dr. Gao. “I wanted to make these exercises available to anyone. Students can now take the program online. In just two weeks, they complete the course and are on their way to a healthier lifestyle.”
Part of Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years, Bigu Qigong is an exercise that harmonizes the mind and breath with a specific body position to achieve hunger control and to improve the function of internal organs. It includes all the elements necessary for success — food intake reduction, exercise, and mental discipline — without the pitfalls of the usual Western weight management programs.
“It can be practiced independently as a weight loss program. It can also work with any other weight management program. It is easy to learn, has quick-to-see results, and promotes overall health improvement,” Dr. Gao said.
“Breathing Yourself Thin,” is also available on Amazon.com. https://www.amazon.com/Breathing-Yourself-Thin-Qizhi-Gao/dp/1479734101
About Dr. Qizhi Gao
Dr. Gao is founder/President of the Kansas College of Chinese Medicine and Evergreen Wellness Center (http://www.evergreenwellness.com)
Dr. Gao was formerly at Select Specialty Hospital and served as Director of Integrative Medicine, Wesley Rehabilitation Hospital, Wichita, KS, where he was responsible for development and direction of the stroke rehabilitation research program.
Dr. Gao specializes in Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine and Qigong. He is licensed by the State of New Mexico as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, by the State of Missouri as an Acupuncturist and holds a Diploma of Oriental Medicine with the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
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