Season 2: Episode 46
Let’s discuss the art of releasing excess emotion through Qigong healing sounds. Anger, which resides in the Liver, will tax the organ further without a healthy release. Even if you don’t consider yourself to be an angry person, you could find yourself attracting anger, in which case, you could be storing the anger of others. Regardless, at the end of the day, our Liver always needs a little more love and care.
For the month of November, Samm is sharing the five most recommended Qigong exercises she has given to clients in 2021. Each week she’ll cover the intention and power of the exercise, and then we will practice together.
About Samm Smeltzer and Qigong:
Samm has playfully been referred to as the “Unicorn”, this comes from her eternal optimism for the possibilities of what the workplace could be. For the last decade, Samm has passionately pursued a journey to discover the missing elements for employee engagement within organizations. This path has primarily led her to studies in Spirituality and Eastern Medicine, discovering how much of a role having a professional purpose and passion is essential to employees. With her masters in Medical Qigong, Samm works to heal disengaged workplaces as well as heal individual clients.
- Book a Healing Qigong Treatment with Samm (distance or in-person): https://hrartcenter.com/hrart-center-services/individual-services/
- Read the “Faith in the Unexpected” blog post all about Samm’s journey to Medical Qigong: https://hrartcenter.com/faith-in-the-unexpected/