Acupuncture in Europe 5000 years ago

I have mentioned this “find” before to a number of my students, in and out of class. I thought it fascinating.

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George Wood is the head instructor of Zong Wu Men Internal Fighting Arts, based in Northern Virginia. He teaches the martial arts of Baguazhang and Xingyiquan.

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2 Responses to Acupuncture in Europe 5000 years ago

  1. logemeb5 says:

    Nice post George! And Josh, I too have followed the go to class metlatiny. Sometimes even if you can’t get the reading done, being in class will help things seep into your head and stick there.Some nights I come home and I’m tired and don’t want to train. Then I go out into the cold rainy night and start, and next thing you know I’m having so much fun I don’t want to stop!I’ve been strapping Jonah onto my chest and doing the circle walking and San Ti training. He loves it. Wow is he heavy! 15 pounds of dead weight, jeez!Sometimes I can only get out for 10 minutes and do a quick Tai Chi form or Circle walking set. But mostly those ten minutes drag out to 45 or an hour! My wife is like, where have you been!?!? The time just seems to fly by once you get going.Sometimes it depresses me when I go to Luo Laoshi’s seminars and people obviously haven’t been working out in between summers. That is sad because he tries so hard to teach us. It’s hard to practice when you suck. But then again, how will you ever get better? You can’t wait until you are good to train! That’s how you GET good, by slogging through many lame, clumsy sessions. I always say that the boring, off nights are the dues you pay for the nights when it feels amazing and awesome and like everything is just clicking perfectly.Alright guys, take care, see ya around!-Jess O

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