Qi Gong 

Slow & Powerful Exercise Therapy

Step By Step Analogy of Qigong also called Chi Kung.

氣 Qi = life force/prana/ ki

功 Gong = skill, work or effort

Aspects of Qigong are Martial, Medical, Wellness, and Lifestyle.

Origins stem from the Taoist school of thought; whose main focus is; living a simple and balanced life in harmony with nature.

氣功 Qigong inclusive of 太极Tai Chi is a healing modality of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

A variety of postures amplify this medicinal concept through which vitality, mental, physical stability is enhanced.

Qigong is a meditative martial art containing a variety of different elements that complement each other.

Qigong envelops dynamic, powerful movements of martial arts into the peaceful practices of meditation and action.

Sound may be used to assist, complement and enhance the practice.

Movement exercise; massage, trigger and stimulate the meridians and *body systems.

The ideal meditative state comprises the daily harmonization of mind, body, and breath.

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Dr. Jeff Lan

Qi power demo
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Dr. Jeff Lan

Qi power demo
2012

Multi-Faceted Benefits

The major idea of Qigong is to manage, balance, assist and influence Self Healing by regulating our overall daily Health Vitality, Wellness, and Lifestyle.

A state referred to as “Keep In One”; the combined harmonization of mind, body, and breath exercised as a single unit and state.

*Body systems are enhanced, strengthened, nourished, revitalised both internally as well as externally toward improved health, longevity, vitality and physical fitness.

Qigong daily use encourages and improves joint dexterity inclusive of muscle, tendon flexibility, strength, circulation, detoxification, mental attitude, perception, bone density, cardiovascular and respiratory functions all are markedly improved.

Beneficial to sufferers of diabetes, heart problem, kidney problems, high blood pressure, stress, depression, back pain, arthritis, osteoporosis, fatigue, low libido, vitality, and most dread diseases.

It requires no equipment and is accessible to most persons living with health conditions and limitations.

Easily integrated into daily activity, it can be done seated, standing, lying down or walking.