What Is Qigong?
QuiGong is the ancient practice of gathering, circulating and applying life force energy (Qi) to protect and strengthen your health, ultimately leading to a longer and healthier life.
Two Types of Qigong
The most commonly practiced form of Qigong accesses your internal and external energy fields and consists of a series of exercises which combine breathing techniques with movement, visualization and spiritual intent. These exercises purge, tone and balance your energies, improving your health and personal power.
The second form of Qigong is one where a practitioner emits Qi to the patient body to purge, tone and regulate their Qi.
What Are the Benefits of Qigong?
- Enhanced internal energy
- Reduced stress levels
- Release of suppressed emotions that have become toxic to your body’s tissues
- Slowed symptoms of senility
- Enhanced activity of your anti-aging enzymes
- Improvement of your cardiovascular function
- Lowered blood pressure
- Increased energy and vitality
- Rebalanced Qi – thereby enabling your body to heal itself
- You will feel relaxed, clear and alert
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