Qigong is Meditation in Motion
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Qigong Classes online with Zoom is helping people heal themselves.
What is Qigong (Chi Kung) ?
‘Qi’ or ‘Chi’ means energy, in Yoga it is called ‘Prana’ and in the West it's called Bioelectricity. ‘Gong’ or ‘Kung’ means work or cultivate.
Therefore, the word Qigong (often spelt Chi Kung or Qi gong) means the cultivation of your internal energy. Qigong is pronounced Chi Kung. All ages and beginners are welcome. No special clothing or equipment is needed, just comfortable clothes. As long as you have enough room to swing your arms then that is enough room to practise Qigong. Qigong is usually done standing but can be done sitting or even lying in a bed. Qigong consist of slow gentle movements combined with the breath to bring the mind and body out of the stress mode and into a relaxed or parasympathetic state. This where the body's natural healing mechanisms can take effect.
Qigong goes back around 2,500 years, but Chinese archaeologists and historians have found evidence to Qigong-like movements from at least 5,000 years ago. There a many different forms and styles of Qigong. Michael specialises in the popular Tai Chi Qigong or Shibashi Set 1 & 2, Ba Duan Jin (8 Treasures) and Butterfly Qigong forms. Tai Chi is a part of Qigong and Qigong is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM.
Qigong Classes Online with Zoom for Self Healing
Qigong is pronounced Chee Kung. Chi means energy and Gong means cultivation therefore Qigong is the art of energy cultivation. Archeological evidence for Qigong dates all the way back to 5000 BC.
What is the difference between Tai Chi and Qigong?
Tai Chi is rooted in martial arts and also has health and healing qualities but Medical Qigong is specifically targeted towards healing. Qigong is usually much easier to learn and perform than Tai Chi.
Qigong is an ancient Chinese healing art that supercharges the natural healing properties of the human body. The main systems of Qigong are medical, spiritual and martial. Qigong is typically performed with slow gentle movements combined with the breath and mindfulness.
How does Qigong Work?
The slow gentle physical movements of Qigong combined with the breath and mindfulness can bring the practioner out of overactive thinking and bring the body into the parasympathetic(relaxed) state where the body's natural healing mechanism can do its work.
The movements have been developed over 1000's of years to automatically activate the energy meridians in the body just as acupunture does.
Qigong is also known as a moving meditation.