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What is Qigong?

Let's break it into two words:

Qi

Qi (Chee) is the vital energy that animates life and has been referred to as the Breath and Spirit. Qi bridges the formed to the unformed. Thousands of years ago in China, ancient Chinese Masters of Energetic Healing had acquired the knowledge that everything in existence is interconnected through the Oneness of Qi.


Gong

Gong is the achieved skill acquired through effort and discipline.

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Let's put the two words together...

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Qigong is a comprehensive and holistic practice. More so, it is the achieved skill of cultivating (fostering) and maintaining the vital energy or Qi within oneself.
Qigong utilizes posture, breath, and intention to improve physical, emotional, and psychological states when properly practiced. This enriching practice is inclusive for anyone despite belief systems, age, or capability.

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What is Medical Qigong?

Qigong derives from an ancient form of Chinese Energetic Medicine. It comes from one of the four main branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM):


Acupuncture, Herbal Pharmacology, Massage, and the fourth is Qigong.

You now understand that Qigong is a personal cultivation aimed at reinvigorating the physical tissues, establishing emotional balance and a secure mental state.


Medical Qigong applies the principles of Qigong as well as the philosophies and diagnoses rooted in TCM.

Medical Qigong consists of personal development and cultivation for self-improvement to serve others.


After I make an assessment, I will make a diagnosis based on Traditional Chinese Medicine.


The treatment is based on a General Protocol, and the patient is given Homework Prescriptions post treatment.

Remember the Gong in Qigong? Healing takes time and hard work. There is no quick fix, but healing will come with an open heart, determination, and willingness. 

Click here to learn about what could occur during treatment.  

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