probably seen someone practicing Qigong after seeing a person exercising in a slow
fluid-like motion. To people who don’t what Qi Gong is and to those who are
used to intense cardiovascular workouts, Qigong may seem like an exercise that defies
the conventions of modern exercise.
Qigong (also called … Continue reading
Every day without fail, we are bombarded with daily news of violence, political upheavals, natural disasters, wars, and other bad news that may prevent us from taking a positive view of our surroundings and life. The fearful and timid ones may just capitulate to their hardships and stop looking forward … Continue reading
Qi gong is a series of gentle exercises which is similar to Tai Chi. It is one of the most effective types of cancer management and cancer-prevention exercises that originated in China.
Aside from helping the practitioner increase the levels of oxygen in his body to detoxify the body, the … Continue reading
At different times of the day, in almost every park in China, you will find people participating in Qi Gong or Tai chi activities. When they’re performed, these exercises appear like a slow motion dance with practitioners fixated on having perfect and forms of their body. However, these practices also … Continue reading
Perhaps, one of the most misunderstood of all New Age practices is Qi Gong. First of all, not a lot of people know how to pronounce the name correctly (it’s Chee Kung). Second, some people claim it is a martial art technique while others consider it a form relaxation technique … Continue reading
Pronounced chee kung or chee gung, the term Qi gong means:
• Qi: life energy, breath, air
• Gong: work
Hence the meaning of Qi-gong is “working the life energy”.
Qi-gong is a series of exercises involving breathing and visualization methods and gentle movements of the body in order to … Continue reading