Qigong literally translates to “energy
work” and is used to describe a slightly more esoteric side to TCM
(Traditional Chinese Medicine). Unlike other TCM therapies, Qigong
directly accesses and effects the body’s lifeforce, or Qi, through
visualization, breathing, and focused movement.
How to perform Qigong?
Qigong includes passive practices such as seated or standing meditation, vocalization, and even martial arts like Tai Qi. These are all used by the practitioner to help cultivate and balance one’s own Qi. But it can also be used to help heal others through guided meditation, visualization, and directly affecting the patient’s Qi.
Qigong can be a powerful tool healing for those with an open mind
Benefits of Qigong
Clear & peaceful mind
Balances the body
Generates intuition & creativity