Medical Qigong for relaxation and healing
This method uses slow, gentle movements designed to heal the body by improving the energy flow.
Qigong by Mingtong Gu
The Healer Within by Roger Jahnke
Qigong Beginning Practice by Garri Garripoli
2-disk set includes instruction and public television documentary
The Feldenkrais Method for better movement
The slow, gentle, relaxing movements of the Feldenkrais Method give the brain time to do its job – to evaluate what is happening in the body and make changes as needed. I started with sitting exercises and later joined a class. For more information on The Feldenkrais Method developed by Moshe Feldenkrais:
Relaxercise: The Easy New Way to Health and Fitness by David Zemach-bersin
The Feldenkrais Institute
The Bates Method for better eyesight without glasses
Exercises to relax the eyes and train them to see better were developed by William H. Bates. The research continued with Clara A. Hackett who wrote a self-help book for people who could not come to her clinic.
Better Vision Now: Improve Your Sight with the Renowned Bates Method
by Clara A. Hackett and Lawrence Galton
Ai Chi water exercises for flexibility and balance
Ai Chi I – Flowing Aquatic Energy – DVD by Ruth Sova
Ai Chi – Flowing Aquatic Energy by Jun Konno and Ruth Sova
Self-help physical therapy
Jim Johnson, physical therapist, examined the research on healing shoulder, knee, and other injuries. He developed self-help programs to reduce pain and heal injuries. He found you can get good results without working as hard as is frequently recommended.
Treat Your Own Rotator Cuff by Jim Johnson, PT
Treat Your Own Spinal Stenosis by Jim Johnson, PT
It’s All in Your Head: The Link Between Mercury Amalgams and Illness
by Dr. Hal A. Huggins
Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities with Nutrition, 2nd Edition
by Ramiel Nagel
Natural hormone replacement – Bio-identical hormones
Natural Hormone Replacement For Women Over 45
by John Morgenthaler and Jonathan V. Wright.
Nourishment Home Grown by A.F. Beddoe
How to grow nutrient rich food in a home garden following the principles of Carey Reams, and how to evaluate food at a market.