Qi Gong


Qi gong refers to a wide variety of traditional “cultivation” practices that involve movement and/or regulated breathing designed to be therapeutic. Qigong is practiced for health maintenance purposes, as a therapeutic intervention, as a medical profession, a spiritual path and/or component of Chinese martial arts.
The “Qi” in “Qigong” means breath or gas in Chinese, and by extension, “life force”, “energy” or even “cosmic breath”. “Gong” means work applied to a discipline or the resultant level of skill, so “Qigong” is thus breath Work” or Energy work”. The term was coined in the twentieth-century and its currency.
Attitudes toward the scientific basis for Qigong vary markedly. Most Western medical practitioners and many practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine, as well as the Chinese government, view Qigong as a set of breathing and movement exercises, with e benefits to health through stress reduction and exercise. Others see Qigong in more metaphysical terms, claiming that cosmic Qi can be drawn into the body and circulated through channels.
Magdalena teaches the “18 healing movement” which she was taught in a Chinese clinic.

children and adults can learn them in a few hours. Magdalena teaches the exercises in a very understandable and easy way. Easily to remember for our western way of thinking, therefore you will be able to integrate it in our every day routine.
As well she will introduce you to “Silent Qigong”, which is a form of imagination, without visible body movement. Silent Qigong is very successful used in healing Multiple sclerosis and other chronic diseases.

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