Qigong (often written as Chi Kung) has been practiced in China for over 3000 years but remains one of the best-kept health secrets on the planet. The movement and breath exercises complement western healing methods and works well when used in conjunction with medication, diet, education, and all of the other things your doctor may prescribe. Regular practice can transform a person's health to a higher level of vitality.Search AgainRead More About Qigong Healing Therapy
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Qigong (often written as Chi Kung) has been practiced in China for over 3000 years but remains one of the best-kept health secrets on the planet. The movement and breath exercises complement western healing methods and works well when used in conjunction with medication, diet, education, and all of the other things your doctor may prescribe. Regular practice can transform a person's health to a higher level of vitality.
Attendance at a Qi gong class is very beneficial to health and fitness, however there are occasions when a dedicated Qigong Healing session can be used to treat specific ailments and symptoms of disease including:
Plus a client will notice:
A typical Qigong Healing session would last an hour and comprises an initial consultation by asking questions on lifestyle and general health followed by examination of pulses, tongue and face and body reading to determine areas of energy imbalances. Client remains clothed at all times and consultations are designed to place them at ease.
Simple movement and breath exercises will be prescribed with client expected to practice them regularly at home. Where there are large energy imbalances or energy deficiencies the practitioner will balance or tonify by applying his own qi.
Number of sessions is dependent upon progress of the client in their prescribed home practice.
There is no formal body recognizing standards for Qigong Therapy or Healing, however a practitioner should have at least an instructors certificate to prove that they act in a safe manner from one of following:
Plus a knowledge of some aspects of Chinese Medicine including Acupressure, Acupuncture or Tui-na.