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T’ai Chi Chih Demonstration
Kate Hollister demonstrates some of the basic movements of T'ai Chi Chih.
Using Chinese Herbal Medicine for Hypoglycemic Research
Vay Liang (Bill) Go, MD, discusses the alternative approach of using hypoglycemic herbs to regulate pancreatic diseases.
The Alexander Technique
Practice the Alexander Technique with Jean-Louis Rodrigue to gain awareness in our everyday movements.
Join Veronica Zador as she shows the various postures of Yoga Therapy.
Close your eyes and follow Trudy Goodman and Diana Winston in two different forms of meditation.
Trailer: 2010 Conference on Integrative Medicine
The UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine presents the 2010 Conference on Integrative Medicine.
New Approaches to Understand the Mindful Brain
Individuals who practice mindful meditation have less overall anxiety and less pain-related anxiety.
Acupressure and Self-Care
Nurse Practitioner, Suzie Lee demonstrates various essential acupressure points to promote self-healing and self-care.
Tai Chi Chih Improves Resilience, Quality of Life, and Cognitive Function
Study shows that consistent practice of Tai Chi Chih improves resilience, quality of life, and cognitive function in depressed older adults.
Acupressure Points for Neck Pain and Headache
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