Benefits of Qi Gong

Qi Gong

Millions of people have experienced the benefits of Qi Gong, which vary from slowing down the aging process over healing structural and mental issues to increased sexual activity.

Qi Gong can support any healing process and helps to prevent a lot of physical and mental diseases. Some of the proven benefits of Qi Gong include (but are not limited to):

  • reduced stress, anxiety or depression
  • less neck or shoulder problems
  • better mobility and flexibility even at a mature age
  • decrease of arthritis, joint pain or gout
  • supports weight management
  • improved circulatory, immune and digestive system
  • relief from headache, migraine or sinus conditions

Practitioners of Qi Gong also report incredible healing experiences from

  • addictions
  • OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder)
  • allergies
  • panic attacks, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder)
  • ADD/ADHD
  • hypertension
  • stroke
  • hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • diabetes
  • CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome)
  • fibromyalgia
  • asthma

The list is endless.

Side effects of performing Qi Gong can be

  • improved physical strength
  • more energy
  • increased clarity and focus
  • enhanced sexual interest, stamina and activity
  • reduced chronic pain
  • better blood circulation
  • spiritual enrichment

Simply be learning and practising Qi Gong, tens of thousands of people have healed themselves from all sorts of illnesses, diseases and disorders, (re-)connected with their own and the Divine power and in the process increased the quality of their life.

You can too!

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Petra Creutziger is the founder of Simply Relaxation, a company dedicated to helping parents, care-givers, teachers, trainers and coaches to release, avoid, eliminate and prevent stress. It is her strong belief that this is best done through body-work, movement and mindfulness, which is why she writes articles about well-being and sustainable living and provides courses, classes and trainings related to those areas.. Follow him on Twitter / Facebook.