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Qigong is an ancient movement practice from Chinese medicine aiming to unite body and mind. By engaging in slow and meditative movements, you can become aware of what the Chinese call Qi, the life-force energy in and around the body. This energy is then moved to different parts of the body to improve organ health and overall vitality . Coupled with conscious, slow, and deep breathing, the practice of Qigong can also lead to deep states of relaxation .
Best is to book a trial class with your nearest qigong teacher who will have years of experience. There are also many simple instructional videos available on YouTube which can give you a good feel for the practice.
1 hour per session
Once per week or daily
Qigong is a perfect preparation for your meditation sessions. Your mind will be much calmer and sitting cross-legged becomes a lot easier too.