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Understand the Healing Benefits of Mind-Body Exercises


Many people are unfamiliar with the healing benefits of Eastern-based movement practices such as Tai Chi and Qigong. These practices have been found to enhance balance, reduce pain, increase energy, improve mood, and so much more. Dr. Peter Wayne, researcher and practitioner at Harvard Medical School’s Osher Center and Director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, has more than 40 years of training in Tai Chi and Qigong. He is also an internationally recognized teacher of these practices.

In this webinar, Dr. Wayne will:

  • Introduce the increasingly popular practices of tai chi and qigong, and the benefits of mind-body exercises;
  • Summarize the scientific evidence for the effectiveness of these movement practices in managing a diverse array of symptoms, including fatigue, pain, depression, sleep, and improving overall quality of life for cancer patients and others suffering from chronic illness;
  • Highlight the relevance of self-care with mind-body exercises for cancer caregivers;
  • Offer practical tips for finding programs and integrating mind-body exercises into daily routines.


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