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About The 8 Pieces of Silk Brocade Qigong
The 8 Pieces of Silk Brocade consists of a series of 8 flowing movements which combine movements, breathing techniques and mental focus to energize your body, heal injuries, and balance your entire nervous system.
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Benefits of the 8 Pieces of Silk Brocade Qigong
Boost Your Immune System
Prevent Illness and Disease
Balance Your Body,
Mind and Spirit
Managing stress and anxiety through qigong exercise in healthy adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
The Neurophysiological and Psychological Mechanisms of Qigong as a Treatment for Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
The Role of Inflammation in Depression and Fatigue
Unlock Your Body's Healing Potential
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I’ve been teaching Qigong in Sacramento, California since 2006 and offering online Qigong since 2010. I also am a Level 3 Reiki Komyo ReikiDo practicioner and use Reiki to heal myself and others.
I believe everyone deserves the right to learn how to heal themselves and take control of their health. I want to help people feel better, healthy, and live more satisfying and fulfilling lives!
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn Qigong Online removes the challenge of finding a local teacher – we bring the training to you, in your own home or place of practice – and you can train when you want.
While you have many ways to learn Qigong, we created our program to be easy to follow, simple and rewarding.
Qigong will literally transform your life with simple, regular practice. If you desire health, calmness, tranquility, peace of mind or a spiritual awakening, Qigong might be right for you.
Qigong can help you sleep better, feel better and perform better at work, sports of other activities. Qigong activates the natural healing mechanisms in your body to put yourself on a better track for good health.
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The main principle in Qigong is to only practice within your own limits. The idea is to be as gentle as possible. Qigong is a subtle practice and should be performed slowly, with relaxation of the body and mind.
You should consult your doctor before beginning Qigong training. Qigong is low impact but your doctor should be consulted to ensure it’s right for you. If have any specific injuries, such as spinal injuries or lower body injuries, the doctor may recommend something modified, like seated Qigong.
Qigong movements are done slowly, and are natural body movements. The movements should never cause pain. If you feel discomfort, it is advisable to STOP practicing and consult your doctor to determine the root of discomfort. Alternatively, if your breathing is fine, then you can simply relax and breathe. But please seek medical advice if you have any doubts.
Qigong itself is low impact and gentle – but it must be practiced in that way. Take it easy and slow!
Qigong can be practiced anytime, however, there are specific times when you should not practice:
- When you are in the middle of a cold or flu, or other more serious illnesses such as bronchitis, pneumonia, etc.
- You should not practice right after eating – wait for your body to digest the food, approximately 1 hour after eating.
- You should not practice right after drinking liquids – again wait for the fluids to move through your system, approximately 20 minutes.
- You should not practice after using alcohol or hard drugs, as unintended results could occur.