Susan M. Amorose, DMQ, RMT

Dr. Susan M. Amorose, DMQ, RMT

Doctor of Medical QiGong and Reiki Master 
Healer, Teacher, Speaker

Eastern Approaches To Our Western Landscape

Realize your goals for well-being and increased success in every area of your world.
 

Whether you are experiencing issues at work or home, or within your body and mind.

 
Perhaps searching for better ways of leading a team or establishing yourself as an entrepreneur, a leader or a voice ready to command greater health and transcend patterns of suffering.
 

See my  UPCOMING EVENTS  for free classes  or to schedule a private or group session

 

Mission and Vision

My goal is to offer holistic support, strategies and pragmatic solutions through therapeutic approaches, insights and awareness to benefit the well-being of individuals, organizations and the communities and enterprises they serve.

Health Benefits Of QiGong 

1. For Hypertension

Hypertension is a common condition in the general population that remains one of the most important risk factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke worldwide. There is an increasing evidence that QiGong is a useful lifestyle intervention for hypertension. It has been reported to decrease BP smoothly an moderately, slowing the progression of severe complications and reduce mortality.


Read More:  QiGong for Hypertension

2. For Cancer

Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide. Mind-body interventions are widely used by cancer patients to reduce symptoms and cope better with disease - and treatment-related symptoms. Regular practice of QiGong exercise therapy has the potential to improve cancer-related QOL, fatigue, immune function and cortisol level of cancer patients. It is indirectly linked to cancer prevention and survival.

Read More:  QiGong for Cancer Treatment

3. For Bone Density

Resistance training and other weight bearing exercises are known to increase bone formation and have been recommended for post-menopausal women for that purpose. Interestingly, most QiGong practices involve no resistance and only minimal weight bearing such as gentle knee bends, yet it is reported to have a positive effects on bone health. Bone mineral density increased for women following QiGong exercises as compared to no-exercise controls.

Read More:  A Comprehensive Review of Health Benefits of Qigong and Tai Chi

4. For Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) is a complex, chronic metabolic disease with hyperglycemia arising from insulin resistance, progressive pancreatic beta-cell failure and insufficient insulin secretion. QiGong therapy for 12 weeks resulted in significant reductions in fasting glucose levels in patients with type 2 diabetes and demonstrated trends toward improvement in insulin resistance and A1C. These results suggest that QiGong may be an effective complementary therapy for individuals with type 2 diabetes.

Read More:  Qigong Exercises for the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

5. For Stress and Anxiety

Stress is a problem worldwide. People of different ages and backgrounds face stress induced. The most common reaction to stress is anxiety, and best way to manage stress and anxiety is through self-care. QiGong exercise helps people improve their physical health and reduce perceived stress and anxiety by relaxation, meditation, concentration, breathing regulation, body posture, and movement.

Read More:  Managing Stress and Anxiety Through QiGong Exercise in Healthy Adults

6. For Recovery from Addiction


Cocaine is one of the most reinforcing illicit drugs, with few effective treatments. People who are recovering from addiction that are practicing QiGong meditation had significantly higher treatment completion rates and a greater reduction in cravings.


Read More:  A Pilot Study of Qigong for Reducing Cocaine Craving Early in Recovery