Video: Gentle Qigong Exercise for all Ages, Part 2

Posted by: Jeanette |

October 23, 2013 |

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Support active aging and vibrant longevity through the regular practice of the ancient art of Qigong, (pronounced ‘chee gung’). It is a beautifully flowing movement meditation that will cultivate within you an increased sense of well being, calmness, mental alertness, inner/outer balance, as well as strengthen all the systems and organs of your body. For seniors, it is especially helpful to those with arthritis, hypertension and mobility issues. This session can be done standing or sitting. Allow yourself to breathe deeper, move gracefully, focus your intention and feel your natural aliveness! 

What is Qi Gong:
Here’s Part 1 of this QiGong practice:…

Special thanks to
Master Wing Cheung
for teaching me these beautiful,
healing Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi Exercises.

Music: “Revival” by Kevin MacLeod,
Used by permission. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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2 Responses to “Video: Gentle Qigong Exercise for all Ages, Part 2”

  1. Mark Young says:

    Beautiful! Shibashi was my first set of qigong exercise, and you do it so gracefully. It is a very good exercise. It helped me to rid of my respiratory problem within a couple of months.

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