Qi Gong

Qi Gong translates to ‘Life energy’. Qi gong is split into two parts; internal also known as Soft Qi gong and external also known as Hard Qi gong, both involve three parts, breathing, posture (moving or still) and mental focus. It is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance Qi which protects us from ill health and ageing. When external and internal Qi gong are used together they can assist masters achieve unbelievable things like balancing on sharp ends of spears or breaking marble with only a finger.

Internal or Soft Qi gong is practiced to improve your Qi which is believed to make you healthier and energizes your body and mind. There are many forms of Qi gong such as, yijingjing, bauanjing, and wuqixin. Some of the health benefits these forms provide are improving your blood circulation, organ cleansing, bone marrow cleansing and generally helping to prevent sickness and promote life longevity.

Qigong is now practiced in China and throughout the world as a form of exercise as well as by others to be an alternative to medicine or meditation. It can help with stress reduction, energizing your body and mind and also  helping you to reach a higher realm of awareness.

1.  Internal/soft

Internal or Soft Qi gong is practiced to improve your Qi which is believed to make you healthier and energizes your body and mind. There are many forms of Qi gong such as, yijingjing, bauanjing, and wuqixin. Some of the health benefits these forms provide are improving your blood circulation, organ cleansing, bone marrow cleansing and generally helping to prevent sickness and promote life longevity.

Qigong is now practiced in China and throughout the world as a form of exercise as well as by others to be an alternative to medicine or meditation. It can help with stress reduction, energizing your body and mind and also   helping you to reach a higher realm of awareness.

2.  External/hard

External or hard Qi gong is practiced to physically strengthen the body and help condition the bones, this helps in preparing your body for fights and withstanding force. You can condition every part of your body, hands, arms, head, legs, fingertips etc. Some exercises used to achieve this are headstands, handstands on your fingertips, slapping your skin which can also help with circulation and being hit or kicked all over your body among many more techniques. It is also believed that this helps you to be more immune to sickness as through conditioning you hit many acupuncture points.

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