Nadia Smith is a Tui Na master practitioner and qualified Qi Gong instructor with over 25 years’ experience. She studied with various Qi Gong masters and trained at the Xi Juan University Hospital in Beijing.
She has been practising Traditional Chinese healing arts in her clinic since 1999 and practises the Wild Goose Qi Gong system. As well as Tui Na, Nadia’s skills include Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Skeletal realignment, Psoas Muscle release, Trauma Release Exercises and a special interest in hip replacement maintenance. Because of her Qi Gong practice and many personal experiences, Nadia is very skilled at clearing people’s energy field of any unwanted or unnecessary entities or attachments, which drain the energy and are very often the cause of stubborn illness.
True to Our Roots Qi Gong is a system of spontaneous Qi Gong, developed by Nadia, which stimulates the primordial movements from inside out, activating the natural fluids and energy flow in our body, from which formal Qi Gong was developed. Her mission is to help people become more aware of their body and its alarm signals and at the ease of self-healing.
Nadia is the author of a book “How Did I Get These?” which describes her agonizing search as to why she developed osteoarthritis ending up with two hip replacements. It is an honest story in which she traces parts of her own life events in understanding how her emotional state was at the root of her diagnosis of osteoarthritis. The idea of this book is again to help the public overcome their own challenges.
Nadia lives on the edge of the Forest of Dean in The United Kingdom, with her husband and their grown-up son who has Cerebral Palsy, and two dogs.
Nadia will be writing a regular column for The Energy Healing Magazine starting from next week.