My Introduction to Chinese Medicine

Posted May 31st, 2011 by Diana V. Perez

My introduction to Chinese Medicine started at Vermont Law School in South Royalton. I had a migraine while I was merely thinking about studying for the bar. It was late March of 2009 and the Vermont Bar was set for July 2009.  I was listening to Patrick Timpone’s radio show guest, Rich Stacel, a Chinese martial artist, Qigong practitioner and more.  He was teaching listeners how to decrease headache pain.  I raised my hands above my head and performed the breathing techniques. 1 It worked instantly. Read more →

  1. Stacel, Rich. “Martial Artist Health and Qi Gong Practitioner.” Sports Medicine. Patrick Timpone, 03/19/2009. Web. 30 May 2011.<>.

The Benefits of Taoist Meditations and Qi Gong

Posted May 31st, 2011 by Diana V. Perez


Students asked the professor questions like what do the meditations do for you? Why do we do them? The answer was always, “you tell me.” My competitive nature and curiosity led me to want to answer the professor’s question. By the end of the year, I drew my own conclusions about what the meditations did for me. Read more →

The Benefits of the Taoist Meditations and Qi gong [Part 2]

Posted May 31st, 2011 by Diana V. Perez

With constant feelings of despair and agony I implemented Earth Meditation and Shen Meditation in to my daily life. These meditations enhanced me and continue to do so.  The meditations alerted me to my intuitive capabilities and enhanced them greatly. I connected my rage fits with painful periods, poor digestion and interrupted sleep. Read more →