Medical Qigong for self-healing and can be practiced by almost anyone to accelerate the body’s internal healing potential. All healing comes from the body and is directed by its flow of qi or life force energy. Millions of people around the world especially those living in China are seeing almost miraculous results. Learn how you too can incorporate these simple movements, postures and meditative self-healing breathing exercises in your daily healing routine. Use this form of Qigong to improve recovery from illness, health or emotional imbalances.
The art of Qigong (chi gung or chi kung) originated over 5,000 years ago and is based on the principles used in acupuncture and traditional Chinese Taoist medicine. It is a form of light exercise that involves repeated movements, practiced breathwork, stretching, and increasing fluid movement within the body. By doing this, qigong restores the flow of energy in the body and helps us become aware of the flow of our own life force energy, or chi. Martial arts are also considered to be another form of Qigong.
The power Meical Qigong for self-healing has been demonstrated in China over thousands of years and has been seen by its tremendous health benefits for millions of people across the globe. Developing the life force energy, or chi is the main focus of Taoism. For most, the main benefits of qigong come from the relief or prevention it provides for a multitude of chronic health issues and concerns like diabetes, poor circulation, back pain, and even cancer. Medical Qigong for self-healing works toward resetting the body to neutral by releasing blockages in the energy flow. A variety of techniques are used to achieve this. Through all the different forms of Qigong, these elements are combined and used in different ways.
This easy-to-follow step by step DVD is also accompanied by an optional fully illustrated manual to guide you properly into a deeper understanding of Medical Qigong and its numerous benefits. This
1 hour and 42 minutes DVD in includes detailed explanations, guided practice and a complete work out section without explanations for your daily practice.