Qigong is one of the most cost effective self-healing methods in the world. Qigong is the ancient Art of Longevity. It is acupuncture without needles, and is the father of acupuncture. Qigong is a science, yet it transcends modern science, as was developed over 7,000 years ago in China.

Qigong is the most powerful energy healing art, and like kungfu, taichi, yoga, and acupuncture, it can greatly improve your vital energy and basic health.

Qigong is used in China to treat chronic illnesses, including cancer. The word Qi (pronounced chee) means energy and gong (pronounced kung) means skill or practice. Qi (chi) is the life force or energy of the body which travels the network of meridians within the body and joins with the energy of the universe.

Qigong is mostly taught for health maintenance purposes, but there are also some who teach it as a therapeutic intervention. Various forms of traditional qigong are also widely taught in conjunction with Chinese martial arts, and are especially prevalent in the advanced training of what are known as the nei chia (internal martial arts).

Qigong is a wonderful addition to a holistic clinic. It fits in well with the holistic philosophy and provides a great service to your patients. Qigong is also commonly taught in conjunction with Chinese martial arts, assisting in the full mobilization and coordination of the body’s physical, mental and spiritual abilities.

Luckily for most of us, you do not have to be proficient in, nor have the desire to be an ancient Chinese martial artist to take advantage of the benefits of qigong. Qigong is a consciousness-raising activity par excellence.

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