Having improved health, energy levels, posture and more with qigong In Cambridge for nearly a decade, it is surprising that so many people still haven’t heard of qigong.
Qigong improves mind-body relaxation, balance and is being embraced by some western medical communities as the evidence of its effectiveness builds.
Whether you or someone you know has a chronic condition or are a fitness buff, qigong suits a wide spectrum.
Interested or curious about qigong “chee kong”? It is a traditional Chinese exercise for health. Qigong styles offer differing ways for you to improve your physical wellbeing through meditative movement with active, light traditional Chinese movements.
As qigong has been a lynchpin of Chinese health practices for centuries, there are many different styles and systems. One style is the Kunlun Dayan Wild Goose Qigong which was developed over 1800 years ago to improve health and longevity. Movement is used to stimulate acupuncture channels and points to improve health, increase relaxation, and reduce stress. Traditional martial artists/monks practiced qigong secrets to help maintain their health and to support their other more vigorous activities.
Cambridge Qigong for Health is for adults aged 18 and over who are interested in qigong for improving health. Some events may require annual membership and/or fees.
The group is set up as a private group to minimise privacy concerns of its members. It is intended to be used as a tool for us to arrange activities, collaborate with others and to increase awareness of qigong.
Communications and interactions within the private group are respectful, considerate and non-confrontational.
Join us to explore your curiosity with Qigong.
For more information, please contact me. I'm a 30th generation Sifu of the Kunlun Dayan Qigong skill with direct lineage dating back over 1800 years. I have over eight years experience with Tse Qigong Centre skills and over 14 years experience in martial arts. Events are held in multiple Cambs locations and online. Regular weekly classes remain a constant each week throughout Covid-19 lockdown - adapting to online, outdoors and indoors according to government and professional guidance.