Benefits your health and well-being

Through the centuries, Qigong practitioners believe that if the Qi or internal life force flows through our entire being like a river with no blockage, then we are fit and healthy. If there is a block, Qi becomes stagnant and prevents other parts of the body from being nourished then sickness will occur. The goal of Qigong is to correct the imbalances that have accumulated throughout a person’s lifetime.

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, practicing Qigong can activate our internal energy, acupuncture points, meridians, and organ systems. The practice of Qigong helps to balance these energies: filling deficiencies and removing excess enhancing our self-healing power to achieve optimum health.

In China, Qigong is considered a “standard medical technique” and is prescribed to treat a wide variety of conditions which include: hypertension, coronary artery disease, peptic ulcers, chronic liver diseases, diabetes mellitus, obesity, menopause syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia, tumors and cancer, lower back and leg pain, cervical spondylosis, and myopia.

Outside China qigong is used in integrative medicine to complement or supplement accepted medical treatments, including for relaxation, fitness, rehabilitation, and treatment of specific conditions.

Content of  the Qigong we teach:
Eight Pieces of Brocade (Ba Duan Jin 八段錦).
Six Healing Sounds (Liu Zi Jue 六字訣).
Wu Style 8 Methods for Health (Wu Shi Jiashen Ba Fa 吴氏健身八法): very good for hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, insomnia, gastrointestinal disease and other chronic diseases
Muscle-Tendon Change Classic (Yì Jīn Jīng 易筋经).
Five Animals (Wu Qin Xi 五禽戲).
Shi Er Duan Jin (十二段锦): seated exercises to strengthen the neck, shoulders, waist, and legs.
Daoyin Yang Sheng Gong Shi Er Fa (导引养生功十二法): 12 routines from Daoyin tradition of guiding and pulling Qi.