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Medical Qigong

The Three Treasures of Man

speaks to the essential origins and roots of one’s life.




(Jing) Body/Essence

(Qi) Internal Energy

(Shen) Spirit


Without the proper harmony and balance in each of these treasures, the body becomes weakened, is unable to function in optimal health and dis-ease and illness will enter the body.

In Medical Qigong, treatments must focus on the healing of all Three Treasures.




Medical Qigong Therapy is the oldest holistic healing modality in the world today.  With over 5,000 years of study and research in the practice, Medical Qigong is still utilized in China.

Medical qigong therapy consists of treatment by a practitioner to regulate the client’s Qi. The three primary techniques of Medical Qigong Therapy include:  Purging to detoxify the body of pathogens, Tonifying to strengthen the body’s internal organs and system, and Regulating to balance the body’s internal energy.  After the treatment, the client is given qigong prescriptions to assist in their ongoing healing.  Tailored specifically to the client, medical Qigong exercises use physical movement, controlled breathing methods and mental intention to correct and restore the function in the body.


Benefits of Qigong


Qigong’s great appeal is that anyone can enrich their lives by adding Qigong to their daily routine, regardless of physical abilities, age, belief system, or life circumstances. Qigong exercises enable people to feel and perform better and have higher levels of energy, stamina, and vitality.  People practice qigong to maintain health, heal their bodies, calm their minds, and reconnect with their spirit.


Qigong exercises properly practiced can:

  • Improve physical strength and energy

  • Help to relieve pain, illness, and physical problems

  • Maintain and improve your state of physical fitness and mental well being

  • Provide a feeling of calm, comfort, balance, and rejuvenation

  • Aid in increasing longevity and overall good health


Qigong may reduce or eliminate symptoms for conditions that allopathic medicine finds resistant or ambiguous.

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