Vol. 12, No. 1: Spring 2002 (online Digital edition)
Features: Daoist Alchemy & Breatharians: 5 Days in a Huashan Cave by Michael Winn; Tonic Herbs that Every Qigong Practitioner Should Know (part 2) by Ron Teeguarden; Teaching Taiji in the Rehab Setting: Challenges & Rewards by John Kovacs, MA; No Wasted Needes by Linda Yerby.
Departments: Feng Shui: Spring Into Spring; The Ming Tombs near Beijing; Tu Jin Sheng, the art; Kui Xing, the diety; My Study of Taiji with Master Wu Tunan; Rolfing: A Transformative Tool for the Martial Artists; Quiet Qi Gong Method.
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