Studies have shown that practitioners of both tai chi and qigong have found a boost in alpha brain waves, suggesting relaxation and beta waves which indicate strong focus. “It has the dual benefit of relaxing you but also sharpening your mind’ says Dr. Lin, a professor of cell biology at the University of California, Irvine.
Qigong has an effect on the cultivation of balance and harmony of qi, positively influencing a person’s energy and impacting what the Chinese would refer to as qi channels or meridian energy pathways in the body. It activates the natural self-healing capacity within a person. Many branches of qigong have been refined for well over five thousand years. I am fully qualified to teach beginners qi gong and am finalising further training in Five Animals Qi Gong, Ma Wang Dui Dao, Ba Duan Jin and Qi Gong Stick with the Irish Health Qi Gong Association.
It is non-strenuous and can be done by anyone of any age
It will regulate your digestion and metabolism, thus helping with weight loss
It is easy to learn no matter how uncoordinated you are
It will stretch and tone all of your muscles, thus increasing your flexibility
It will help relieve neck, back and shoulder pain
It will make your muscles stronger
It will stimulate your lymphatic system and help detoxify the body of environmental poisons.
It will develop a calm, focused mind.
It helps relieve depression and anxiety.
It requires no special equipment and can be done anytime, anywhere
It will make you look and feel years younger.
It will harmonize and stimulate the flow of energy.
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