Harmonize, balance, improve health and cultivate
a sense of well being through Qigong.
Medical Qigong is a traditional Chinese treatment that combines hands-on and hands-off techniques that balance the flow of qi (energy) through the body, move and relieve qi blockages, and improve circulation. Qigong is also a combination of timed breathing and gentle flowing movements, meditation, visualization, and conscious intent, all working together to achieve an integrated adjustment of mind and body in order to better cultivate, circulate, and balance qi, or life force. Qigong theory is the basis of traditional Chinese medicine and is used to treat many serious illnesses, as well as for relaxation. Rather than addressing your symptoms (as Western medicine tends to do), Medical Qi Gong addresses your ailment at its very source by healing your entire being — mentally, emotionally and physically.
By integrating physical postures, breathing techniques, and focused intention, people can maintain their health, heal their bodies, calm their minds, and reconnect with their spirit. The gentle, rhythmic movements of Qigong reduce stress, build stamina, increase vitality, and enhance their immune system. It has also been found to improve cardiovascular, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic and digestive functions. Qigong’s great appeal is that everyone can benefit, regardless of ability, age, belief system, or life circumstances.
Qigong healing sessions are available by appointment.
Qigong Practice – Instruction can be scheduled privately or as a group. Classes can be based on general energy cultivation or a specific form can be taught. See the calender page for current group classes. If no group classes are currently offered but you have a group of people that are interested in learning qigong please contact me with a class request.
Pangu Shengong Moving Form – This form was developed by Master Ou and is suitable for everyone. It cultivates the sun (yang-male) and moon (yin-female) energies within the body, healing on a cellular level. Although taught standing, this form can be done sitting to start with if needed.
Tai Chi Dao Yin – This routine was developed by Master TAm and is easy to learn. People generally feel more relaxed and grounded afterwards even though this form is more energetic and meant to increase your energy level.
Swimming Dragon – This form combines qigong and yogic stretching. It’s purpose is to circulate and cultivte qi to enhance balance, flexibility, and coordination. Fluid spinal movements open pathways and promote a healthy spinal column.
5 Element Qigong Breathing – This form balances the Five Elements (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, Wood) within the body.
5 Element Moving Form – This form balances the Five Elements while strengthening the legs and upper body, creating both internal and external strength.
8 Brocades – This form enhances your immune system and is good for overall balance.