Spring Qi Gong Workshop Saturday March 24th

Spring is in the air! We celebrate the growing and expanding life force of the Wood Element on our coming Five Element Qi Gong Workshop Saturday March 24th in Studio Meng. The Wood Element is related to Liver and Gall Bladder. The qualities of the Liver are vision and...

No more Raynaud Syndrome

Raynaud’s disease is characterized by white or purple fingers, coldness, pain and numbness. Recently we had a patient with  Raynaud for 30 years. After two acupuncture treatments he has no longer cold and painful hands. During the last cold weeks he could even...

What to do with Hay Fever?

Spring makes most of us happy as everything starts to grow: nature awakens form the stillness of Winter. But Hay Fever patients suffer from sneezing, stuffy nose, red and itchy eyes and throat pain. What to do? From our clinical experience acupuncture and Chinese...

New inspiration in Tao Garden

New inspiration in Tao GardenLast Autumn Qi Gong master Mantak Chia taught in Amersfoort. We were so enthusiastic and inspired that we went this January to Tao Garden in Chiangmai, Thailand. There we met a lot of motivated and inspiring people from all over the word....

Ping Shu Yuan Spring Congee

Ping Shu Yuan Spring Congee for 6 persons250 g mixed grains (brown rice, black rice, barley, millet, oats)50 g aduki beans125 g mixed sprouts3 l water5-10 slices of ginger3 stems of celery6 cloves of garlic1 big carrotvegetable broth An absolute winner for your...