1:1 Medical Qigong Session

Medical Qigong is...

an ancient form of Chinese energetic medicine, and is one of the four main branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). With Medical Qigong healing occurs through balancing Qi or electromagnetic energy which surrounds and is in all living creatures.

The variations in the electromagnetic energy of the body occur throughout our lifetime as a result of poor diet, sedentary lifestyle, injuries, surgery, suppression of emotions, and aging. The goal of Qigong is to rebalance the energy and free any possible blockage. By doing so, we will enable the body to strengthen and we will regulate the internal organs, the nervous system and the immune system, relieve pain, regulate hormones, and strengthen and release deep-seated emotions and stress.

Medical Qigong can be incorporated with any other kind of healing and it can be combined with Western Medicine as a complementary discipline to prevent and help with different kinds of symptoms. It can help to rebalance digestive disorders, respiratory issues, cardiovascular and nervous system issues and can help to treat any kind of chronic pain.

During the session the practitioner will help to regulate the client’s Qi. The practitioner normally works without touching the client body, to guide the movement of the Qi. 

The client might feel different sensations as the Qi starts to move, such as warmth, tingling, vibration, desire to move, etc.

After the session, the client will be given Qigong exercises to assist in their ongoing healing. Tailored specifically to the client, medical Qigong exercises use physical movement, breathing methods and mental intention to correct and restore the function in the body. 

In general the receiver will find the sessions extremely relaxing. It is normal to also release suppressed emotions either during or after the sessions as one of the main goals of Medical Qigong therapy is to release toxic emotions from within the body’s tissues, having an emotional release is extremely beneficial to one’s psychological and physiological well-being.