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25th February

I teach Qi Gong as a process that starts from dynamic movement oriented practice to less dynamic and more therapeutic/medical practices and finally to still, seated meditation. I have found that this is the best way to induct students into a theoretical and experiential knowledge of the Art that is Qi Gong and for them to achieve the relevant skills to make it their own. As you will probably realise though, this is not a fast track or quick fix method.

I teach it this way because I know that each stage requires the cultivation of certain mental and physical attributes before you can understand and experience their benefits. Each stage and level of achievement build upon the previous one and in this way your experience and knowledge of Qi Gong deepens progressively. To achieve this ‘deeper’ experience though requires … Read More »

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