Qigong is a Slow & Powerful Exercise Therapy

Step By Step Analogy

  • 氣 Qi = life force/prana/ki
  • 功 Gong = skill, work or effort
  • Aspects of Qigong are Martial, Medical, Wellness, and Lifestyle.
  • Origins stem from the Taoist school of thought; whose main focus is; living a simple and balanced life in harmony with nature.
  • 氣功 Qigong inclusive of 太极Tai Chi is a healing modality of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
  • A variety of postures amplify this medicinal concept through which vitality, mental, physical stability is enhanced.
  • Qigong is a meditative martial art containing a variety of different elements that complement each other.
  • Qigong envelops dynamic, powerful movements of martial arts into the peaceful practices of meditation and action.
  • Sound may be used to assist, complement and enhance the practice.
  • Movement exercise; massage, trigger and stimulate the meridians and *body systems.
  • The ideal meditative state comprises the daily harmonization of mind, body, and breath.

Multi-Faceted Benefits

  • The major idea of Qigong is to manage, balance, assist, and influence Self Healing by regulating our overall daily Health Vitality, Wellness, and Lifestyle.
  • A state referred to as “Keep In One”; the combined harmonization of mind, body, and breath exercised as a single unit and state.
  • *Body systems are enhanced, strengthened, nourished, revitalised both internally as well as externally toward improved health, longevity, vitality, and physical fitness.
  • Qigong daily use encourages and improves joint dexterity inclusive of muscle, tendon flexibility, strength, circulation, detoxification, mental attitude, perception, bone density, cardiovascular and respiratory functions all are markedly improved.
  • Beneficial to sufferers of diabetes, heart problem, kidney problems, high blood pressure, stress, depression, back pain, arthritis, osteoporosis, fatigue, low libido, vitality, and most dread diseases.
  • It requires no equipment and is accessible to most persons living with health conditions and limitations.
  • Easily integrated into daily activity, it can be done seated, standing, lying down, or walking.

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