Practice Qigong Daily


What is Qigong?


It is pronounced 'chee gong' and a common translation is 'energy work'

Other common names are, Chi Kung, Chi Gung, Qi Kung and Tai Chi Qigong.


In simple terms it can be described as slow, gentle, powerful movement which is combined with breathing. Each movement is designed to work on a specific area of the body to maintain health and well-being inside and out. Ideally qigong should be practiced every day.


Your physical body needs to be kept in the best condition it can be within its own limitations of age, and general wear and tear! If you have not exercised before you will need to begin with very gentle movements to loosen the joints and start to strengthen the internal and external muscles. The Six Steps Daily Balance Qigong aims to develop and balance not only your physical body but your internal organs too, helping to flush out waste products and keeping them healthy so that they function well. As the movements are designed to cleanse your body you may notice some side effects over the first few weeks. You may visit the toilet more often as your body flushes out your toxins. Please make sure you maintain your fluid intake or you may become dehydrated and suffer from headaches. You may also feel hot or sleepy. Some people release emotions that have been stored inside; tears are a natural way for out body to release emotion. All of these natural reactions, and will soon pass but if you have any concerns please fell free to contact us.


* Senior Instructor Member of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain
* Member of the Complementary Medical Association (CMA)
* Our Qigong Instructor Training Course is endorsed for the
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* Our Qigong Instructor Training Course is accredited by the
Complementary Medical Association (CMA) 
* Our Qigong Instructor Training Course is acredited by the
Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) 30 CPD points
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