Qi gong

Traditionally, the central focus of qigong practice is to cultivate and balance qi as it affects mind (心) xin, body (身) shen, and spirit (靈) ling.

Traditional Chinese medicine focuses on detecting and correcting underlying disharmony, in terms of Deficiency and Excess, using the complementary and opposing forces of yin and yang, to create a balanced flow of Qi.  As a healing art, qigong practitioners focus on prevention and self-healing, traditionally viewed as balancing the body’s energy meridians and enhancing the intrinsic capacity of the body to heal.

In this brief morning session we will explore different types of Qi Gong through intentional movement combined with rhythmic breathing and relaxation to enhance our personal flow of Qi.