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A Reminder of a Few Things You Didn’t Know About Qi Gong

  • Qi is pronounced chee like in cheese.
  • Qi Gong is a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is preventative medicine, meaning that in China over the centuries is has been used to prevent premature aging, illness and disease from occurring in the body.
  • It works on the same system of pathways of bio electricity (meridians) that acupuncturists use.
  • It is considered to be the highest branch of TCM because it is something you do for yourself.
  • The biological age of those who practice Qi Gong is 12 years younger than those who do not. Qi Gong reverse ages you and prevents premature aging.
  • It combines gentle breathing and flowing movements with mindfulness and meditation.
  • Tai Chi originated from Qi Gong.
  • Qi Gong is 4000 years old, Tai Chi is 800 yrs old.
  • It is simpler to learn than Tai Chi.
  • Tai Chi strengthens the body for fighting, while Qi Gong strengthens the body for healing.
  • Qi Gong was originally used by martial artists (Karate, Kung Fu etc.) as an integral part of their training because it helps you get into peak performance and stay there. It helps the body be more resilient, avoid injuries and heal faster if an injury does occur.
  • Nowadays it is used by pro athletes because of its ability to: heighten mental focus (especially under pressure), increase physical energy and endurance, improve dexterity and allow for a faster recovery from injuries or illness.
  • Qi Gong improves blood flow to the brain and improves energy levels, concentration, productivity as well as memory.
  • It is the original form of somatic practice from which modern day techniques such as mindfulness, breathwork, Pilates, Feldenkrais, Alexander technique and others stem from.
  • It lowers anxiety, reduces stress and releases trauma; Qi Gong releases negative emotions in a very gentle way, leaving a person feeling light and uplifted, providing emotional freedom.
  • It helps establish healthy sleeping patterns.
  • In China it is taught to cancer patients as well as to patients with chronic and autoimmune illnesses.
  • It reduces the side effects of cancer treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy.
  • It is used as a medical therapy to increase a patient’s healing power and regulate the immune system.
  • Qi Gong improves your ability to absorb nourishment. It increases your body’s ability to absorb vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients from the foods you eat (or supplementation). It also increases the effectiveness of any medications you are currently taking or treatments you are undergoing. Most people report that they are able to lower their medications after a time period. Some even coming off altogether. Side effects from treatments are also reduced.
  • It aids digestion problems, helps balance blood sugar, reduces food cravings and allergies.
  • Because it balances hormonal levels it helps with weight that is difficult to lose, fertility & menopause.
  • It is effective in relieving both acute and chronic pain.
  • It’s great exercise, is fun to do, leaving you feeling refreshed, replenished, peaceful and calm.
  • Try some Qi Gong meditations for free!
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