Specific Benefits of Qigong

A list of physical, mental and emotional benefits

Physical Benefits

  • Deep relaxation, rejuvenation, physical restoration
  • Reduced pain and stress
  • Increased immune function (ie: fewer colds, flus, and less prone to illnesses overall)
  • Increased vitality and stamina
  • Increased core strength and integration
  • Increased circulation of Blood and Qi
  • Faster recovery from illness and surgery
  • Increased absorption of nutrients from food and supplements
  • Greater balance, posture, and alignments, reducing physical discomfort

Mental and Emotional Benefits

  • Greater clarity and focus of mind
  • Increased confidence and sense of well being
  • Reduced mental and emotional stress
  • Purging and transformation of deep-seated emotional trauma
  • Greater emotional management, balance and harmony
  • Improved sense and awareness of emotional and energetic boundaries
  • Increased emotional and intuitive intelligence

Qigong is also an extremely effective and beneficial treatment for stress. Left unchecked, stress can be one of the greatest defects to health and aging well, leading to a wide variety of emotional and physical ailments which traditional qigong can treat.

The following is a list of stress-related ailments

  • irritability
  • chest pain
  • memory problems
  • increased blood pressure
  • increased cortisol levels
  • headaches
  • fatigue
  • hypertension
  • ulcers
  • migraines
  • colitis
  • heart attack

Qigong practice also develops various forms of intelligence as well as their integration. Some of these forms include physical, emotional, social, natural, intuitive and spiritual intelligence. Sincere practice causes natural openings within these arenas, corresponding to the practitioner’s particular intention and emphasis of cultivation.

By using the particular principles of the Daoist and Qigong master practitioners, we have the capacity to develop these other forms of intelligence, and to delve