Qi Gong, what we will practice?

Body – breath – spirit.

We will practice generally the body standing posture with harmonious body – breath – spirit, so the beggining of our movements will be done as a result of our intention’s focusing and be able then to follow gradually the path of Tai Chi Quan.
Simultaneously, we will practice to all Qi Gong’s the three steps of breathing, that is: firstly, “no pay attention to your breath as you do the exercise”, secondly, “following the breathing”, means comes the time for open our doors of impressions and see and hear the teacher’s explanations and finally, “forgetting the breathing” which means again no pay attention to it and leave the breath naturally to work and do the rest of exercises.

“Only in this third stage the breathing will become natural, and will get into a long, soft, gentle and continuous qigong way of breathing”

Dr Liu Dong

In follow we practice the Qi gong of “Cleaning the body, soul and spirit”.

In follow we will practice the Qi Gong of “Cleaning the body, soul and spirit”.

Through them, finally, we will start practicing the Qi Gong of the “Three Spine Areas” (“Jade Body Gong”) to unblock them as we will expand them together with the use of natural breathing and as a result will promote the natural flow of vital energy which will stimulate our natural healing power.
Latter in private sessions, we will try to find in which area of our spine we need to pay more attention and care, so we will need to do often and more focusing exercises and we will use the help of Acupuncture and other necessary techniques if need for the sake of our health.

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Our program follows a structure which makes for you easy if you are interested to continue
your exercise latter, back in your country, so, our practicing steps are coupling with the main Qi
Gong schools which you will find latter in many European cities.

Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong

Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong is one of the basic medical Qi Gong that a beginner needs to learn. The results of various medical studies have revealed that Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong significantly improves the flexibility of the spine, calves and Achilles tendon, as well as the shoulder joint and sacroiliac joint. In addition, it relieves knee pain and strengthens the entire physical structure, especially the quadriceps and calves. They consist of 8 exercises ( Ba – eight, Duan – section, Jin – silk), stimulating the movement of energy in the 12 primary meridians to improve the health of the internal organs ( Zang fu ). They are very easy to learn and master quickly, seeing immediate results in health.

Shi Ba Shi Qi Gong is an enjoyable Qi Gong with 18 movements. Its simplicity helps us to learn it quickly, releasing the muscular tension in our body as the body tissues soften, joints release and open, blood vessels and meridians dilate, allowing the life force (Qi) and blood circulation to flow more freely. It is a Qi Gong that helps the free flow of energy by unblocking and easing emotional and psychological tensions. It was created through Yang style Tai chi chuan, where the timing of gentle movement and breathing helps us to relax while remaining alert.

Shi Ba Shi Qi Gong

Five elements in four directions

Five elements in four directions Qi Gong is a QI Gong with spiraling movement in the four directions and is about the circle of control (Ke ). Where metal controls wood, wood controls earth, earth controls water, water controls fire, fire controls metal. This particular Qi Gong can be practiced at any time of the day and helps to balance psycho-emotional tensions.






Tai chi chuan (yang style 24) is a short series of movements based on the long series of 108 movements of Yang style Tai chi chuan. This short series of 24 movements was created in 1956 by four teachers at the request of the Chinese government to cater for all ages. Because of the gentle movements, without much difficulty, it gives everyone what they need, helping the practitioner to improve their health. Taichi teaches us to relax amidst the tensions created by modern life. In this way it makes the body softer and the mind more focused on daily activities. For this reason tai chi chuan has been called meditation in motion.

Tai chi chuan (yang style 24)