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Internal exercises help slow down the body, normalize breathing, and open up energy channels to nourish internal organs. In this episode, find out:

--How internal exercises help recharge and renew your body, while external exercises deplete the body. (And why you need the right balance between both.)

--Why internal exercises are considered "the older person's friend" and can benefit those who are too sick for external exercise. (And how the young can benefit, too!)

--How internal exercises can help "gut" issues such as ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, constipation, and irritable bowel syndrome.

--That there are specific prescribed internal exercises for particular conditions (such as thyroid, asthma, blood pressure, kidney, cancer, heart disease, concentration issues, female issues).

--How internal exercises help give you more energy and increased performance in external exercise and athletics.

--The connection between acupuncture and internal exercises.

--The remarkable research on how approximately 80% of near-sighted children no longer need glasses after three months of internal exercises and how internal exercise produces better results for hypertension than prescription drugs.

--How the zero impact internal exercises can benefit those who suffer from disability or limited mobility.

--The greater relaxation you can expect to experience from doing internal exercises.

--And hear from William Bunting of the Indiana Tai Chi Academy about the new Qigong class that will be offered Tuesday evenings at The Prather Wellness Center.


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