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My Essential Resources

by John Johnson October 11, 2016

Having just turned 70 years old, and being in better shape than most folks i meet, i get asked a lot how i stay in such great shape.

Here are some of the resources i rely on.

Yamuna Body Rolling: i have been using Yamuna's products since around 1998. I actually trained to be a certified practitioner about a decade ago. I pretty much use the products on a daily basis.

Chi Vitalizer: The concept of Chi goes back thousands of years to China and the great masters who studied and developed many physical and medical and spiritual practices. Now we know them as Chi Gong, Tai Chi, Acupuncture, and many others. The Chi Vitalizer makes it possible to feel the flow of chi in your body with a minimal amount of effort. I use it when my reserves are low, or i have tweaked my back.

What systems do you rely on in your life? Please share the practices that help you to live a healthy happy long life.


John Johnson
John Johnson


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