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Qi Gong – Discover the Life Force Energy, the “Qi” in you !

Ancient Chinese wisdom enlightens modern conservative medicine

Qigong is considered a holistic therapy, meaning it treats the whole person. Because of this, it can successfully treat symptoms of chronic diseases, depression and stress. If practised regularly, its effects will be substantial. A regaining of general wellbeing; pain and tension relief; a calmer and more focused mind; as well as an ability to deal with daily life challenges in more constructive and disciplined ways are some of the benefits if practised.

Athletes, business people, students and everyday people alike benefit from practising Qigong. Through targeted movement, breathing and visualization techniques, the mind and body are brought into harmony and thus strong focus will be set on any particular goal. These are adapted to alternating flowing and movement-inhibiting poses, forming a 10 – 60 minute-long series of exercises.

Qigong is a life-changing practice with no cost, requiring only regular effort and guaranteeing a huge positive impact. It can be learned at slow pace, and without attending set courses during the week in a particular studio. The exercise is ideally practiced in a tranquil outdoor environment, or anywhere that you feel stimulates your body’s own healing abilities. Over time, Qigong can improve homeostasis, contributing to full recovery of internal imbalances and even curing diseases. This has been proven in various medical experiments and research.

Your Starter Kit includes everything to set you up for a journey of healing and evolving to the best of your abilities. The package will show and train you in an easy-to-learn, yet fundamental and effective technique to activate your “Qi”, the natural life force running through the meridians within your body. You can enjoy Qigong alone or with the whole family; anyone, of any age or body type can practice.


The Zhineng Qigong Student’s Hub helps students worldwide in learning the ground-breaking work of Dr. Pang Ming.