Practising CHI KUNG we can smooth, regulate and boost the flow of energy in the body.
Chi Kung (or Qi Gong) is a practise, based in Taoist philosophy, of cultivating and moving our Chi or vital energy. It looks a little like Tai Chi, but instead of learning a sequence of movements that are strung together, Qi Gong forms tend to be simpler, and are more focused on bringing health and balance to your body. We practise curiosity and awareness of ourselves; our posture; our physical habits; how we breathe and the quality of our feeling, sensation or our Chi; and how and where we hold tension. Then using Chi Kung postures and movements (or forms) we open and strengthen some parts of our bodies, while releasing and allowing other parts of our bodies to become softer and more relaxed, moving the Chi to build health.
Specific forms can target specific areas of our bodies or health or can be appropriate to changing seasons.
Chi Kung is a practise which combines simple gentle movements with awareness and breathing to support greater health and happiness.