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Qigong

Practicing some of these qigong exercises just 15 minutes a day can reduce stress, improve your total health, and enhance feeling of well being. Many who practice these kinds of qigong have reported benefit of healings from:

  1. High blood pressure

  2. Pain: neck, shoulder, knee, lower back,
    postoperative pains, arthritis, joint pain.

  3. Migraine headaches.

  4. Back problems.

  5. Weight problems, overweight or underweight.

  6. Stress, anxiety, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder, and depression (manic or depressed), obsessive compulsive disorder, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders.

  7. Circulation problems: too cold or too hot.

  8. Ringing in the ears.

  9. Digestion problems: processing nutrients, fungal infection.

  10. Allergies, sinus inflammation.

  11. Addictions.

  12. Chronic fatigue, lack of energy.
     

Free qigong training; Risks of qigong, Samples of qigong, Medical qigong, Qigong classes

by: Joe Hing Kwok Chu

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Qigong workshop

Introduction

Explanation of Qi by a Scientist

Meridians (jing luo) channels and acupoints (xue)

Classification of Qigong

Historical Development

Some of the Commonly Practised Qigong

Daoist Classical Qigong

Medical application of qigong

Time of the day and optimum qi flow Table

Qigong classes

Qigong training in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Qigong workshop

Some of the testimonies/mail received from alumni and students about how they benefited from qigong

Other qigong sites : This link has been taken down due to many broken links. If you have any suggestion for listing (working sites) please email our webmaster by Clicking  here .

   Qigong classes

by: Joe Hing Kwok Chu

Click on the links to go to the pages.

Qigong workshop

Introduction

Explanation of Qi by a Scientist

Meridians (jing luo) channels and acupoints (xue)

Classification of Qigong

Historical Development

Some of the Commonly Practised Qigong

Daoist Classical Qigong

Medical application of qigong

Time of the day and optimum qi flow Table

"Electricity Qigong", a Deceptive Trick

Qigong classes

Qigong training in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco (not active now)

Class program

Some of the testimonies/mail received from alumni and students about how they benefited from qigong

Other qigong sites : This link has been taken down due to many broken links. If you have any suggestion for listing (working sites) please Email our web master for your suggestion (not for inquiry)

A study on qigong and hypertension and the biological effect.

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