What is Qigong?

Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) is a powerful holistic practice that coordinates body postures and movements, breathing and meditation. Essentially it's mindfulness in motion.

The ancient Chinese practice dates back more than 4,000 years and its healing abilities forms part of ancient Chinese medical practices.


What is Yuan Qigong?

Yuan Qigong (pronounced Yuen Chee-gong) is a new and innovative qigong practice that has been specifically developed for today's busy lifestyle.  It is simple to learn and easy to practice, and can be adapted for any physical condition.

The enjoyable exercises offer beautiful moving and still meditations, and include non-strenuous, free flowing and natural movements.  

By combining body movements, breath, Qi (energy) and mind activities, practitioners can achieve:

  • increased energy

  • mental clarity and emotional stability, as well as

  • improved physical health.

Even a few minutes of practice can have an invigorating and rejuvenating effect.

While the foundations of Yuan Qigong rest in Chinese tradition, Western scientific and psychological findings are incorporated, which make it a comprehensive discipline.

Yuan Qigong was developed by world renowned teacher and healer, Yuan Tze, and is one of the two disciples of the overarching system called REN XUE.


Benefits of Qigong

Qigong works on not only the body, but also on emotional, physical and mental levels. 

The widespread practice of Qi-based medicine and its growing popularity around the world has triggered a great deal of scientific and medical research in the last twenty years.  Peer-reviewed research   report on the medical benefits of Qigong.  Improvements in the following have been experienced:


Anxiety & Depression



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of Life

Stress Management



*Harvard & Standford Universities, Sloan Kettering & MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Massachusetts General Hospital and

the University of California are all participating in Qigong research or have on-going Qigong practices.