Dear Family of Chow Qigong and friends… Happy Holidays! Thank you, dear friends for your constant support and doing good for the world. In this time of Christmas celebration, I send you today our message for ultimate love that is basic in humanity. On_A_Snowy_Christmas_Night
It’s amazing what 10 minutes of Qi healing power from Grandmaster’ Chow’s touch can do especially if you are a new Chow Medical Qigong student with a 50 + year “incurable” eye condition originating from birth defects. In May, this student experienced an instant 20 % improvement to a lifetime of low vision. With regular meditation and Chow Qigong exercises, this student’s vision has improved another 10% in the past 7 months. The sources of his defective vision are due to nystagmus, astigmatism and an apparent lack of cones and/or rods in the eyes (organic pixels) usually associated with albinism. Dr. … Continue reading
Marisa Vocca Chair 3rd Italian International Symposium and Dr. Effie Chow, Chair of 16th World Congress on Qigong/TCM with all prominent speakers, October 18 to 20, 2014. A very special thanks to our wonderful co-speakers and organizers, dear friends, Marisa Vocca with family members, husband Kenneth, son Nicolas, and daughter Giada who together are responsible for the growth of Qigong in Italy. We call them The Qigong Family of Italy! They are now officially part of the Chow Qigong Family at East West Academy of Healing Arts in San Francisco!
On Veterans Day, we are reminded of the service that our Veterans have dedicated to our country by putting their lives in harms way. We are also reminded of the shocking numbers of service members and families who have been afflicted by post-traumatic stress and ailments resulting from war. This is why we have partnered with organizations and veterans in the community to provide a program for veterans and families with Chow Medical Qigong. Read about our Veterans Project and many of our successes in treating symptoms of physical pain, PTS, and teaching veterans and the community to become catalysts for … Continue reading
Article by Violet Li of National Tai Chi Examiner Read full article here At an invitation from the Ambassador of Thailand to Japan Virasakdi Futrakul, Qigong Grandmaster Dr. Effie Chow of East West Academy of Healing Arts in San Francisco, CA, recently made remarkable trips to Bangkok, Thailand and Tokyo, Japan and successfully treated 47 people with great results. Dr. Chow is a world-renowned Qigong Grandmaster, energy healer, acupuncturist, author, speaker and visionary. She is also the founder of the prestigious non-profit World Congress of Qigong & Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and a creator of Chow Qigong system. In July … Continue reading
14th World Congress on Qigong & TCM . Awardees of the 14th World Congress on Qigong & TCM Tai Chi Master of the Year Award Master Hong Yuan Luo Internal Martial Arts Master of the Year Award Master Qi Fei Long Scientist of the Year Award Dr. Chenchen Wang Patient of the Year Award Kathryn Davey Qigong Master of the Year Award Master Mantak Chia TCM Innovator of the Year Award Dr. Qin Xiping Lifetime Achievement Award Dr. Effie Chow The 14th World Congress of Qigong and TCM got a big thumb-up Article from National … Continue reading
Winners of the 13th World Congress on Qigong & TCM Judo Master of the YearKeiko Fukuda Sensei Qigong Master of the Year Master Mingtong Gu Qigong/Martial Arts Movie Star of the Year Cary‐Hiroyuki Tagawa Martial Artists of the Year Sifu Phillip Wong and Zhang Hong Mei – Pacific Wushu Qigong Hard Qi Performer/Healer of the Year GrandMaster Zhou Ting‐Jue Community Service of the Year Dr. Charlene Ossler RN, PhD Naturopathic Doctor of the Year Dr. Sharyn Wynters Scientist of the Year Dr. Shu‐Ming Wang Tai Chi/Media Excellence of the Year Arthur Edward Rosenfeld TCM School of the Year Five Branches … Continue reading
After the careful selection, World Congress on Qigong &Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has announced the winners of this year’s awards. Dr. Effie Chow, Founder of the World Congress said that the awards will be presented during the Congress’s Gala this evening in San Francisco, California. The winners and their accomplishments are as the following: Judo Master of the Year – View slideshow: Winners of 13th World Congress on Qigong & TCM Awards Keiko FukudaSensei, born in Japan on April 12, 1913, is the highest-ranked female judopractitioner in history. She holds the rank of 9th dan from both the Kodokan and theUnited States Judo Federation, and is the … Continue reading
Do you put fruit in your salad? In that case you might have made a rudimentary Waldorf salad. A Waldorf salad is a salad traditionally made of fresh apples, celery and walnuts, dressed in mayonnaise, and usually served on a bed of lettuce as an appetizer or a light meal. It is a great spin to the usual salad that you can have for lunch. Dr. Chow usually has a salad for lunch as she lives by the general healthy rule of Chow Qigong – that your diet should generally consist of 80% vegetables. If you are slightly intimidated by … Continue reading
Article from National Tai Chi Examiner by Violet Li Read full article and pictures here Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH), the first Planetree affiliated hospital in Alaska, is a community-owned non-profit organization located on the Kenai Peninsula. It is dedicated in the offering of quality patient-centered care in a healing environment. They are becoming a regional medical center focused on improving individual and community health, while achieving national standards of excellence. To bring new tools to help their patients, CPH’s goal is to integrate Chow Qigong into the operations. They have been methodically implementing this program since 2008 and enjoying success. CPH’s program is rather extensive. Bonnie Nichols, Director … Continue reading
From day to day, Dr. Chow enjoys sharing pieces of wisdom like dolling out small pieces of fruit which sweet taste lingers long after you eat it. Today she sent out an story that was both very inspiring and reflective of the work she is involved in. As part of Chow Qigong, Dr. Chow recommends eight hugs and three belly aching laughs a day. (Read her book Miracle Healing from China http://eastwestqi.com/?page_id=8) A strong mental disposition is important in order to heal. We must move forward in life with courage and strength and not be so timid with the energy we … Continue reading
This is what Dr. Chow’s typical lunch would be: A wholesome Chow-Kitchen-Sink salad and a small portion of white meat (such as turkey, chicken or fish.) In this case, today she had an arugula-romaine salad with cherry tomatoes and sliced strawberries (surprisingly good, sometimes she puts bananas!) and salmon. How many of us are guilty of making poor food choices? When you become lazy or in a rush, especially at work, it becomes tempting to just order food-to-go, which would typically come in a greased-stained paper takeout box or with oil gathering in a stagnant pool on the bottom. Perhaps you skip … Continue reading
Chi is vital energy that connects your mind to your body so you can will for example your finger to move. You can then actually move another person with that same energy, by letting it flow through their body. Think of it as momentum. Somebody comes straight at you, so you redirect their energy in another direction. It can be very subtle (Brushing aside the person’s fingers so that the body tends to follow, for example.) In this video, Dr. Chow uses that same vital energy: chi to send five capable and strong individuals nearly twice her size stumbling over. … Continue reading
East West Academy of Healing Arts is a nonprofit organization created by Dr. Effie Chow to further the advancement of alternative Chinese medicine and Qigong. We foster practice of excellence in educational, clinical, and research activities with concepts of body, mind, and spirit bringing the best of health care for all people: giving hope and results for our clients with serious and minor conditions where all else may have previously failed. This is a blog for everything there is to help improve the state of your health and wellbeing – the Chow Qigong way. -all natural and traditional means. After … Continue reading
Article from National Tai Chi Examiner by Violet Li Read full article and pictures here In the previous Tai Chi Examiner article, I reported that Dr. Ken Sancier is the honoree of this year’s World Tai Chi & Qigong Day (WTCQD) along with Dr. Effie Chow. Actually, it was through Dr. Chow in 1984 that Ken Sancier learned the magical healing powers of Qigong and started his quest to promote Qigong through his remarkable research. Dr. Ken’s story is one of tens of thousands of individuals that Dr. Chow has impacted and inspired. Respected as Mother of Qigong in the United States, … Continue reading
Article from National Tai Chi Examiner by Violet Li Read full article and pictures here Qi is pronounced “chi” and means “life vital force” or “breath”. Gong means work. Qigong means the exercise people practice to cultivate Qi via proper breathing. Even though human beings breathe all the time, most people do not breathe accurately or know what Qi is. But Tai Chi and Qigong practitioners feel the buoyancy (or Qi) when practicing the art. Undoubtedly, Qi and Qigong seem foreign or even mysterious to millions of people.
We are holding a Facebook/Twitter contest! Enter to win either: – Book ““Miracle Healing From China – Qigong” and “Chow Integrated Healing System” DVD set worth over $100 – Free weekend Intensive Chow Qigong training class worth over $600 Here is how you can enter. It’s simple & easy! 1) Like EWAHA on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter @eastwestqi 2) Share our Facebook or Twitter page on your wall (Say something nice about us if you want!) 3) Comment on our Facebook wall telling us what you do to help yourself heal. Talk about anything! (Eg: About EWAHA, Dr. … Continue reading
My name is Wendy and I work in EWAHA as the administrative assistant. I will be posting updates on EWAHA covering recent events, news and website updates on this page. This blog is a great way to connect to what EWAHA and Dr. Chow stand for in the holistic world and to give you a better sense of what Chow Qigong is like. Happy reading!
Article from National Tai Chi Examiner by Violet Li Read full article and pictures here This year Toronto, Canada, hosted the World Congress of Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). With a leadership team of Dr. Effie Chow (San Francisco, CA), Dr. Stanley Ngui (Toronto, Canada), Master Justin Ngui (Toronto, Canada) and Dr. Shin Lin (Irvine, California), this year’s Congress created a new height in term of the numbers of attendees, the depth and breadth of the program.