“Chinese Qigong has been practiced with a recorded history of over 2,000 years. But it wasn’t until 1953, when Liu Gui-zheng published a paper entitled “Practice On Qigong Therapy”, that the term Qigong (Chi Kung) was adopted as the popular name for this type of exercise system. Prior to that date, there were many terms given to such exercise, such as Daoyin, Xingqi, Liandan, Xuangong, Jinggon, Dinggong, Xinggon, Neigong, Xiudao, Zhoshan, Neiyangong, Yangshengong, etc. “
- Qi Journal -
Accordingly and after practicing & researching these Chinese arts for 27 years by our master trainer practitioner, we have selected exercises from all these ancient practices that will reinvigorate you towards higher states of health & youth.
These ancient Chinese Exercises can:
- Aid in digestion.
- Build bone density.
- Build the immune system.
- Clear your skin.
- Improve sleep.
- Improve cardio-Vascular functions.
- Improve circulation.
- Improve flexibility. The movements of qigong have been shown to increase the flexibility of its practitioners.
- Improve posture. The muscles used for respiration are also the muscles that support the posture. Improves skin elasticity
- Speed recovery.