Qigong - Strength In Balance

Updated: Sep 6

Slow moving meditation. Mindfulness movement.


This is Qigong.


There are many varieties of Qigong, the one I practice and teach is based upon Shibashi 18 moves. Basically a combination of Tai Chi and Qigong. This set was originally developed by Lin Housheng back in the 80's and is now a prerequisite of Chinese medicine that students must study Qigong. Gotta be good for you...and it is.


What's its Superpower

The gentle wave like mediative motions and stimulates blood flow and helps massage the fascia tissue that covers our muscles.

Alternative movement and flow from left to right helps to balance and harmonize the left and right hemispheres of the brain, reducing all the tension and stress.


Benefits

  • improve circulation,

  • improve digestion,

  • increase flexibility

  • increase focus

  • support balance,

  • reduce stress and tension

  • improved mood; coworkers will appear less annoying

Energize the body, calm the mind



Difficulty Rating

Easy peasy to do and learn. It's so gentle and easily adaptable to where your at. No equipment or wide open spaces needed.





Be like a waterfall, and flow

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