For Whom is Chi Kung

The Aim of Chi Kung Exercises

Behind the Chi Kung stands a philosophy and an attitude, the personal outlook with witch the exercises are practiced.

Chi Kung serves spoken strictly not for treating sickness or diseases, but for preserving sustaining health. This is more than a procedure of physical functions. Chi Kung raises the individual feeling of vitality and strengthens the constitution. Thereout results a better sense for oneself and a healthy complacency.

And: It is a delight to feel your very own flow of energy.

Chi Kung takes sustainable effect on
  • Muscles
  • Tendons, ligaments, fascia
  • Bones
  • Cardiovascular System
Chi Kung supports, raises and preserves
  • Mobility
  • Coordinative skills
  • Sense for rhythm
  • Coupled motions
  • Physical condition

Basically nobody is too old, to get familiar with the exercises and the attitude behind them. Often I have seen, that actually more life experience can be advantageous. 

Chi Kung can be learnt from everybody with consideration of the own constitution. The  speed of movements, the height, the extremities are lifted, the length, frequency and intensity of the physical effort should always be adjusted to the practitioner.

Chi Kung means »practice« not »prowess«. Give yourself time to cultivate the harmonic flow of energy, to dissipate blockades in a meditative way before they manifest in physical or/and mental discomforts.

Ruthless overspending while exercising can be harmful.

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  • Sap Baat Lo Hon
  • Wu Qin Xi
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  • Yi Jin Jing 14
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