Qi Gong (Chi Gong)is easy to learn and enjoyable to do. Even a few minutes of practise can have an invigorating and rejuvenating effect. Regular practise brings about a deep strengthening effect for the whole body and its various systems (nervous, digestive, respiratory, skeleto-muscular, hormonal, gynaecological, etc). Its ability to help in healing a large variety of chronic and acute injuries and illnesses has been the subject of various research programmes led by the Chinese medical authorities.
The aim of Qi Gong is to promote the movement of Qi (energy) in the body; this is done by opening certain gates and stretching and twisting energy channels. A key point in Qi Gong practice is relaxation and deep breathing, both of which are prerequisites to allow Qi to flow.
With a little bit of regular practise, Qi Gong can have a powerful effect on mind, body and spirit. Reported benefits have included increased general health and well being, reduced levels of stress, and a brighter and more balanced outlook on life’s possibilities.
Victoria Mulhearn is a Physiotherapist trained in Acupuncture and has ten years worked with Reiki for she is a Reiki Master and teacher. Over the Last few years Victoria has deepened her studies of energetic work by training as a Medicinal Qigong Practitioner with her Masters Taya Stanley and Barbara Briner. Her passion for Medicinal Qigong weaved with her in-depth medical and spiritual studies makes for a beautiful journey of Qigong.