Qigong Training

Qigong is a form of gentle exercise first created in China thousands of years ago that incorporates posture, breathing and meditation.  Eastern practitioners have known about the benefits of qigong for centuries, and today Western scientific research is confirming that qigong can help prevent and manage many different health problems. Some of the key benefits include: increased bone density, cardiopulmonary effects, reduced stress, better balance, improved quality of life,  and better immune function.  Here’s a short video to give you an idea of what it looks like.

I’ve been working with Fabrice Piche, who has a Masters Degree in Medical Qigong, to learn and practice one of the most popular and effective Medical Qigong systems called Taiji Qigong Shibashi.   It is part of the curriculum of most Chinese Medicine Universities throughout China and is promoted as a health exercise by the government of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapour, and Thailand. Even the United Nations Development Programme recommended the promotion of Taiji Qigong Shibashi worldwide.  The problem is, it’s hard to find a qigong class in our area, and that’s why when I met Fabrice and found out about his online classes I was so excited.

Now, you can learn to practice it too in the comfort of your home by accessing his online video tutorials here.   The $99 enrollment fee gives you access to set 1 of his video classes, including updates, for LIFE – there are 20 videos in all with a 30 day money back guarantee!  This is a great deal!  You can access it from any device so you can take it with you wherever you go.    In his video series, Fabrice teaches you:

  • Everything you need to know, from the basic foundations to a daily practice routine.
  • A 20 minute routine that leaves you relaxed and fully energized.
  • To improve your posture while learning the movements.
  • To Improve your breathing within the form and your daily life.
  • To feel Qi (energy) and deepens your perceptions and understanding of it.
  • To quiet your mind to observe and feel the present moment.
  • To feel happy (smiling is required!) and share this feeling all around you.

This practice develops vitality and longevity in healthy people and is recommended for people suffering from hypertension, lung disease, digestive issue, back pain, etc… It is also used to support patients during Cancer treatments. I recommend qigong to many of my patients and I’m thrilled to finally have someone to teach it.  This is one of the best practices I’ve seen and is perfect for beginners.  I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how great you’ll feel.   Enroll here.