Qi Gong

Qi Gong

Qi Gong (Life Energy Cultivation) is an important part of Shaolin Kung Fu. It's function is to accumulate the inner strength to support the activities of the physical body.

It is regarded as an internal martial art that manifests the power of the mind. Therefore, students are encouraged to practice Qi Gong-internal training in order to enhance the physical training-Kung Fu.

Qi Gong consists of coordinated body posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for health, spirituality, and martial arts training. With roots in Chinese medicine, philosophy, and martial arts, qigong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance qi.

Qigong practice typically involves moving meditation, coordinating slow flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and calm meditative state of mind.


Benefits of Qi Gong

1. Well-being and improved health.
2. Clear and tranquil mind.
3. Deeper, more restorative sleep. Qigong will help you find the deep relaxation and mental quiet necessary for sleep.
4. Increased energy, including sexual vitality and fertility. Qigong people have more energy; it can reverse energy and restore youthfulness.
5. Clear skin. According to Chinese medicine, as your qigong improves, your body eliminates toxins, and the skin becomes clear.
6. Happy attitude. There is an old Tibetan saying, “You can tell a Yogi by his or her laugh.” Correct and moderate qigong practice usually creates an optimistic and joyous disposition.
7. More efficient metabolism. Digestion improves, and hair and nails grow more quickly.
8. Greater physiological control. This means that aspects of the body that were imbalanced or out of control begin to normalize, for example, breathing rate, heart rate, blood pressure, hormone levels, and states of chronic inflammation or depletion.
9. Intuition and creativity. Intuition and creativity generate each other and come from the same source, an awakened brain and being, an ability to think with the gut, to feel with the mind.
10. Spiritual effects. Advancement in qigong is often accompanied by a variety of spiritual experiences.