Lydia Wong has developed her approach to dynamic health as a result of working closely with the oriental view of life over many years. This approach sees health as an on-going cycle of receiving, conserving and nurturing Qi, the invisible but essential life-force which fills the whole Universe.
Qi pronounced - chee - is the fluid life giving energy of the universe. Go to any park in China at dawn and you will see a myraid of figures cultivating Qi energy in a slow hypnotic dance known as Tai Chi Qi gong.
What is Qigong?
The word Qigong (chee-gong), translated as 'Energy skills or techniques' refers to the ancient Chinese subtle energy-based practice or internal arts that is used for over 5000 years to promote health, emotional happiness and self healing.
These methods combine breath, movement and mind-intention to balance and enhance QI - one's vital, life-energy. It has been popularly referred to as Chinese yoga and moving meditation. These methods formed the early root of Chinese medicine and are still considered an integral part of modern Chinese medicine, along with acupuncture, acupressure, and herbal medicine.
Today, millions of people practice Qigong in China and around the world to successfully treat a myriad of diseases, to improve mood, well being, general health to support longevity. Most notably, Qigong practice can provide profound relief to stress and strongly enhancing immune function. Current data published by the US Department of Health and Human Services states that some 70% of diseases reported in the US today are totally preventable. In a time when healthcare options appear ever more limited, the increased awareness and use of Qigong is great news. These energy methods provide us with the skillful means to assume greater responsibility for our own health, and to and achieve real benefits for our body, mind, and spirit.
None of this material is intended, or to be used as, medical advice. If you have a medical problem or concern seek the help of a medical doctor.
A simple yet dynamic mind-body practice with flowing Tai Ji Qigong & yoga stretching created by Lydia Wong as a moving meditation for daily rejuvenation. Just 10 minutes daily can help you relax, balance and detox excessive stress and energies accumulated from emfs (electromagnetic fields from cell phones and computor screens).
What You Will Experience:
Stretching to lengthen the spine, legs and neck
To move easily with grace, connection and in transition
Focusing on the present moment without distraction
Improve Qi flow to revitalize and aid in concentration
TAI JI & QIGONG ESSENTIALS
Feel centered, Improve balance, grace and fluidity
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