Move that Body with Qi Gong!

August 9, 2007 5:52 am

Yes, moving the body for 30 minutes or more a day will benefit you whether you hike, swim or run.

However, internal healing exercises such as qi gong not only raise your metabolism and  increase cardiovascular fitness but also:

  • Improve core strength.
  • Improves the energy flow of internal organs.
  • Detoxify the body at a profound level.
  • Decrease fatigue and increase energy.
  • Increases meditative states to reduce stress.

Qi gong also greatly increases your body’s capacity to absorb oxygen. Also, the European Journal of Cancer care published a report in 2005 that showed that qigong has a positive impact on a cellular level for cancer patients.

Qi gong movements are gentle and Tai-Chi-like which makes it easy for all people, young, old, healthy or recovering from illness to participate.

A great way to get started with qi gong is to order a free copy of the Five Treasures Qi Gong taught by Dr. Arnold Tayam, a renowned professor and doctor of medical qi gong who has developed qi gong programs for Stanford’s Integrative Medicine Department, Yo San University, Five Branches Acupuncture College, and his clinic and institute, Longevity Center.

Visit our library of donations-based videos 

Interested in certifying professionally to teach qi gong, meditations and mindfulness training? Call us today to schedule a free demo class.  512-468-6588


Kay Hutchinson, CAMQ, CAMT

Kay is the founder of Aiki Healing, a practice of medical qi gong dedicated to increasing the energy and well being of clients across the body, mind and spiritual levels. Email or call her today for a personalized consultation or bliss bodywork session. 512-468-6588