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My mum, the Qi Gong Master II

After the first session of tui-na (Chinese massage) and qi-gong (Chinese’s understanding of life force), the subsequent sessions weren’t so bad anymore.  The bruises were restricted to isolated areas.

The sessions were definitely beneficial, for I no longer have chest constrictions and I feel a lot healthier nowadays.  I am also certain that the regular jogs are helping.  But how I hate jogging.  After a week of jogging, my muscles ache and feel the fatigue.  On a weekend, I will go through a session of tui-na and qi-gong, after which I’ll spring back with vigor and go through another week of gruelling jogs.

If you are not feeling so well, I would recommend giving my mum’s tui-na and qi-gong session a try.

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  1. February 5, 2007 at 11:25 pm

    Must arrange appointment? I been feeling some “swainess” on my left shoulder maybe can use some tui-na tui-na 🙂

  2. February 6, 2007 at 10:11 am

    Yeah, appointment is required. I have to call ahead to make an appointment, and as her son, I usually have to settle for the unpopular time slots. She charges $50 per session for guys, and $40 for ladies.

    Your soreness on the left shoulder could be due to long periods of hunching over your laptop. A common problem for computer engineers. Try elevating your laptop or monitor to the same eye level, so that you cut down on the hunching.

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