Qigong

Updated: Feb 28, 2019


Need more Energy? Time to Relax and Unwind?

ChiGung is one of ancient China’s Mind-Body healing systems that focuses on time-proven body movements and breath patterns that increase serenity and offer hope of true health.

ChiGung can boost your vitality, strengthen your immune system, help you out of pain and bring you lighter moods. It also helps with posture because you stand taller, look more confident and are less likely to fall (or easier to get up, if you do.)

Similar to Tai Chi, which is a healing and self-defense practice, ChiGung focuses solely on healing our stressed minds and overworked bodies.

Notice how both disciplines share the word Chi (Chee) which translates to Universal Wisdom – the Life Force – which animates and energizes us. ChiGung increases access to this energy so we have more available to live fully.

I was a Research Nurse at a large medical center for years, but became disappointed in Western Medicine’s approaches and results. So, I began to investigate ancient practices that return us to balance.


I actually used ChiGung to recover from a bad bout with Lyme disease, during which I nearly gave up hope.


My tendons and joints had become extremely painful, so much so that I was, in effect, paralyzed. It was a life-altering experience to return to health.

I’ve been a Stress Relief Coach for 30 years because ancient techniques truly work, when practiced. I’d love to share this remarkable system with you.

Giving yourself the gift of time to unwind. Nurturing your heart and soul can be life-saving.


Here's my video series so you can practice at home. Order here ($14.95)


Questions? Feel free to email me at StressRelieversNow@gmail.com.

I look forward to sharing this beautiful healing system, Judy




Judy Cameron was an OB-GYN & Ovarian Cancer researcher at UC San Francisco for 30 years, and because she became interested in what other cultures and natural disciplines had to say about healing, she began researching stress relief methods that actually prevented disease. Her specialties are Qigong, Acupressure Point Tapping, Mind-Body Medicine and Posture & Movement Therapy. Feel free to contact Judy at Judy@JudyCameron.com


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