The Healer Within

Gentle Movements and Postures, Part I

Slow, non-intense, daily practice of moderate exercise, as it has been done in China through Qigong and in India through Yoga for centuries, is now emerging, with scientific authorization as the fitness enhancement practice of choice, according to...

Alternate Nostril Breathing.

The technique described in the Dr. Roger Jahnke column "Alternate Nostril Breathing”" has been employed by practitioners of Yoga in India for thousands of years who were aware of the significance of balancing the breath in both nostrils and employed...

Self Applied Massage

Every original culture on the planet earth has a system of "hands on" healing. In western cultures this is generally called massage. As the movement toward alternatives to drugs and surgery progresses massage will emerge as one of our primary new...

Self Applied Massage of the Feet

Every original culture on the planet earth has a system of "hands on" healing. In western cultures this is generally called massage. As the movement toward alternatives to drugs and surgery progresses massage will emerge as one of our primary new...

Progressive Relaxation, Option I:

The experts are constantly practicing toward successful quieting of the mind and body. This particular technique assures a genuine state of relaxation by actually involving the body parts. In “Progressive Relaxation, Option I” Dr. Roger Jahnke...

Every Seventh Breath Full and Relaxed

The presence of special breathing practices in the ancient cultures has always been a mystery to people in the Western world. In "Every Seventh Breath Full and Relaxed" Dr. Roger Jahnke describes a technique that brings the consciousness of the...

Exhale to Compress the Organs

One of the self-healing methods of the ancients that is easy and inexpensive yet absolutely profound is breath practice. Exhaling to compress the organs reveals a remarkable breath practice. This practice has a profound effect on the nervous system...

Progressive Relaxation, Option II:

In the Chinese tradition where energy pathways and points are accepted aspects of the body, attention is drawn to specific energy areas as the rhythm of the breath continues. In “Progressive Relaxation, Option II” Dr. Roger Jahnke presents a...

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