Lesson 82 – 20 Minute Qigong Routine For Healing (Replay of Live Lesson)

Lesson 82 – 20 Minute Qigong Routine For Healing (Replay of Live Lesson)

This video shows you a gentle 20 minute Qigong routine for healing. There are a number of different methods in this routine, some more Yin and some more Yang. Watch the video on this page to learn about how Yin and Yang relate to your health and the importance of maintaining a healthy balance between Yin and Yang functions in your body and mind. I hope you enjoy it! It was taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons.

These classes are free and everyone is welcome, however, if you’d like to contribute as a thank you for the class click here. 50% of donations will go to the ICU staff in my local hospital in Co. Kerry. The other 50% goes towards the upkeep of this website.

I have been teaching Qigong for two decades and am a practitioner of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. My passion is helping people just like you to develop skills, knowledge and tools to rebalance and maintain your health.

You can join my live classes on Zoom on the first Thursday of each month at 4 pm Irish time. Click here to join us (lesson replays are sent out by email in case you can’t make it).

20 Minute Qigong Routine For Healing – Method

  1. Begin by adopting the Qigong stance and performing a few abdominal breaths to bring yourself into the Qigong state.
  2. Opening the Gate of Life (3 minutes) to release stress.
  3. Discharge Waste Qi With Vibration (3 minutes) to release tension.
  4. Rubbing Ball to connect with and cultivate your Qi (3 minutes).
  5. Qigong meditation – expanding your Qi bubble (3 minutes).
  6. Palm presses to encourage Qi flow through the midline and spine (3 minutes).
  7. Consolidate your practice with a few abdominal breaths.

Additional Video Resources & Further Tips

In addition to this 20 minute Qigong routine for healing, you may find the routines listed below helpful. You can select the more moving (Yang) or meditative (Yin) methods from within each of these in order to devise your own tailor-made routine to suit your individual condition on any particular day!

You’ll find many other live lesson replays on my blog page. Take a look at some of them to find methods that you can easily combine with this one. You can use the search box on the blog page to find any topics you are interested in.

Click the image above to follow along with the Qigong class!

What Can I Do Next?

To sign up and attend the live online sessions please click here. Classes are free of charge and suitable if you’re a beginner or have more Qigong experience. After you sign up I’ll send details to your email with links to the Zoom classes. Check your junk/spam folders for notifications and then share this information with your family and friends as everyone is more than welcome.

If you’d like to take your practice to the next level with my structured, step-by-step Space To Relax Qigong programme of 50 video lessons accompanied by audio and PDF files with support from me every step of the way then click here.

To get my free part video series of 3 Qigong lessons which will be delivered to you by email over the course of one week please click here. In these lessons, you’ll learn more about abdominal breathing, Qi movement and how to rid waste Qi. This will help you to feel more relaxed and energised.

If you are new to Qigong you’ll probably find my Ultimate Guide To Health and Wellbeing With Qigong very helpful which explains the origins and benefits of Qigong along with 10 beginner Qigong exercises to get you started.

You can click the red “subscribe” button to join my YouTube channel. That way you won’t miss any future Qigong lessons from me.

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Lesson 81 – Qigong For Tinnitus & Ringing in the Ears (Replay of Live Lesson)

Lesson 81 – Qigong For Tinnitus & Ringing in the Ears (Replay of Live Lesson)

This video shows you some Qigong for tinnitus and ringing in the ears. It’s an ancient Qigong method called “Beating the Heavenly Drum”. This exercise also benefits the kidney system, fluid balance, helps regulate blood pressure and encourages Qi flow through the lower back. It was taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons.

These classes are free and everyone is welcome, however, if you’d like to contribute as a thank you for the class click here. 50% of donations will go to the ICU staff in my local hospital in Co. Kerry. The other 50% goes towards the upkeep of this website.

I have been teaching Qigong for two decades and am a practitioner of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. My passion is helping people just like you to develop skills, knowledge and tools to rebalance and maintain your health.

You can join my live classes on Zoom on the first Thursday of each month at 4 pm Irish time. Click here to join us (lesson replays are sent out by email in case you can’t make it).

Qigong For Tinnitus & Ringing in the Ears – Introduction

The areas around the back of the neck, up the back of the head and around the ears can be difficult to regulate in terms of Qigong. This means that Qi flow can often become stagnant or even blocked with the resulting possible symptoms:

  1. Ringing, pressure, vertigo or blocked feeling in the ears and issues with balance;
  2. Tension in the head, neck and shoulders or headaches;
  3. Mind chatter and difficulty concentrating;
  4. Because of the relationship of the ears to the Kidney system in Traditional Chinese Medcine (TCM), issues with fluid balance, blood pressure, circulation through the spine and lower back.

Qigong For Tinnitus & Ringing in the Ears. How Can It Help?

Fortunately, Qigong can be helpful in the management of tinnitus and ringing in the ears. The exercise called “Beating the Heavenly Drum” also benefits the Kidney system (which is related to the ears), lower back, blood pressure and sexuality.

In the video below, you will learn two variations of Qigong for tinnnitus and ringing in the ears.

Qigong For Tinnitus & Ringing in the Ears – Method

  1. Index Finger Closing The Ear Canal.

    Sit on the floor or on a chair.
    Begin with a few abdominal breaths to bring yourself into the “Qigong state”, calming your mind to prepare for your practice.
    Place each index finger on the tragus of the ear (see video for location) to close the ear canal.
    Close your eyes.
    Tap the index finger with the middle finger to create a hollow sound, keeping the ear canal closed.
    Repeat 12, 24 or 36 times for 3 rounds each. Do this 1-3 times per day to help reduce ringing in the ears.
    Tip: Relax your mind and take your time as you tap.


  2. Palms Closing The Ear Canal.

    Sit on the floor or a chair.
    Perform 3 abdominal breaths.
    Close your ears using the palms of your hands, fingers wrapping around the back of your head.
    Close your eyes.
    Ensure your middle fingers are positioned around the base of your skull.
    Place the tips of your index fingers on your middle fingers and “snap” the index finger down from the middle finger on to the base of the skull.
    Repeat 12, 24 or 36 times for 3 rounds each. Do this 1-3 times per day to help reduce ringing in the ears.
    Tip: Remain relaxed with your breathing and keep the shoulders down to prevent any build up of tension in the shoulders, neck and arms. Focus your mind inwards, concentrating on the sound.

For both variations of this method, you may need to practice for a few days before you observe any reduction in the ringing sound in your ears. Please remember that tinnitus is a stubborn condition to treat so please don’t expect any miracles. Any reduction in the ringing is great progress!

Note: This exercise is not a substitute for conventional medical treatment. If you are in pain or discomfort, please consult your healthcare provider or an audiologist to receive a full check up on the health of your ears.

Additional Video Resources & Further Tips

You’ll find many other live lesson replays on my blog page. Take a look at some of them to find methods that you can easily combine with this one. You can use the search box on the blog page to find any topics you are interested in.

Click the image above to follow along with the Qigong class!

What Can I Do Next?

To sign up and attend the live online sessions please click here. Classes are free of charge and suitable if you’re a beginner or have more Qigong experience. After you sign up I’ll send details to your email with links to the Zoom classes. Check your junk/spam folders for notifications and then share this information with your family and friends as everyone is more than welcome.

If you’d like to take your practice to the next level with my structured, step-by-step Space To Relax Qigong programme of 50 video lessons accompanied by audio and PDF files with support from me every step of the way then click here.

To get my free part video series of 3 Qigong lessons which will be delivered to you by email over the course of one week please click here. In these lessons, you’ll learn more about abdominal breathing, Qi movement and how to rid waste Qi. This will help you to feel more relaxed and energised.

If you are new to Qigong you’ll probably find my Ultimate Guide To Health and Wellbeing With Qigong very helpful which explains the origins and benefits of Qigong along with 10 beginner Qigong exercises to get you started.

You can click the red “subscribe” button to join my YouTube channel. That way you won’t miss any future Qigong lessons from me.

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Lesson 78 – Qigong For Tight Hips & Back (Replay of Live Zoom Class)

Lesson 78 – Qigong For Tight Hips & Back (Replay of Live Zoom Class)

This video shows you some Qigong for tight hips and back which will help you with hip and back flexibility and also help improve circulation to your legs. It was taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons.

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I have been teaching Qigong for two decades and am a practitioner of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. My passion is helping people just like you to develop skills, knowledge and tools to rebalance and maintain your health.

You can join my live classes on Zoom on the first Thursday of each month at 4 pm Irish time. Click here to join us (lesson replays sent out by email in case you can’t make it).

Qigong For Tight Hips & Back – Introduction

Tight, stiff and painful hips and back and restricted movement in this area of the body can steal our joy!

We may find that we can’t move in the way we are used to doing, stand for any length or time or even be unable to sleep at night because pain keeps us awake.

If circulation through our back and hips is disrupted, we may also find that this reduces the blood flow to our legs with the resultant range of symptoms:

  • Cold legs and feet;
  • Varicose veins;
  • Fluid accumulation;
  • Heavy legs;
  • Numbness/tingling;
  • Cramps;
  • Leg ulcers;
  • Bunions ;
  • Easily pulled muscles.

If not too serious or painful, we can manage tight hips through stretches, massage and Qigong.

In the video on this page you can follow along with some simple Qigong for tight hips and back. The emphasis is on using your breath to gently lead the movement to encourage Qi and blood flow through your hips without putting too much stress on the area. You’ll also learn how to use your mind to place your awareness in your hips to stablise the whole pelvic area.

Note: Please take care to only perform the range of movement available to you without overstretching or causing yourself any pain. A small movement will still encourage the flow of Qi, along with the use of your breath and mind.

Qigong For Tight Hips & Back – Method

  1. Adopt a Qigong sitting posture, either on the floor or a chair.

  2. Settle into your practice with a few Abdominal Breaths.

  3. Let your exhalation move your body to one side, your awareness remaining in your opposite hip. Let the inhalation bring you back to upright, extending through your spine. Repeat on the opposite side. 3 times to each side. Repeat with your arm reaching across to one side, feeling the extension and flow of Qi from your armpit down the side or your trunk into your hip.

  4. Place your interlaced fingers behind your head. Let the exhalation lead a gentle bend to one side. Inhale. Exhale back to upright. Your awareness is in your opposite hip as you perform this movment 3 times to each side. Relax and shake out the arms and hands.

  5. Place your interlaced fingers behind your head. Let the exhalation lead a gentle twist to one side. Inhale back to facing forward. Your awareness is in your opposite hip as you perform this movment 3 times to each side. Relax and shake out the arms and hands.

  6. Place your hands on your knees/thighs. Exhale rounding in the lower back and shoulders, dropping your chin to your chest. Inhale slightly arching in your spine (a “cat cow” movement for those of you who practice yoga). Feel the slide and glide of the hips and pelvis foward and backward, the breath leading the movement.

  7. Repeat the movement in 6 above, this time using the arms. And don’t forget to smile!

  8. Consolidate your practice with a few abdominal breaths.

Additional Video Resources & Further Tips

You’ll find many other live lesson replays on my blog page. Take a look at some of them to find methods that you can easily combine with this one. You can use the search box on the blog page to find any topics you are interested in.

Click the image above to follow along with the Qigong class!

What Can I Do Next?

To sign up and attend the live online sessions please click here. Classes are free of charge and suitable if you’re a beginner or have more Qigong experience. After you sign up I’ll send details to your email with links to the Zoom classes. Check your junk/spam folders for notifications and then share this information with your family and friends as everyone is more than welcome.

If you’d like to take your practice to the next level with my structured, step-by-step Space To Relax Qigong programme of 50 video lessons accompanied by audio and PDF files with support from me every step of the way then click here.

To get my free part video series of 3 Qigong lessons which will be delivered to you by email over the course of one week please click here. In these lessons, you’ll learn more about abdominal breathing, Qi movement and how to rid waste Qi. This will help you to feel more relaxed and energised.

If you are new to Qigong you’ll probably find my Ultimate Guide To Health and Wellbeing With Qigong very helpful which explains the origins and benefits of Qigong along with 10 beginner Qigong exercises to get you started.

You can click the red “subscribe” button to join my YouTube channel. That way you won’t miss any future Qigong lessons from me.

Click here to join our Qigong group on Facebook.

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Lesson 75 – Qigong For Bladder Health and Urinary Incontinence (Replay of Live Qigong Class)

Lesson 75 – Qigong For Bladder Health and Urinary Incontinence (Replay of Live Qigong Class)

This video shows you a Qigong exercise and a Qigong meditation to help improve bladder health and manage urinary incontinence. It was taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons.

These classes are free and everyone is welcome, however, if you’d like to contribute as a thank you for the class click here. 50% of donations will go to the ICU staff in my local hospital in Co. Kerry. The other 50% goes towards the upkeep of this website.

I have been teaching Qigong for two decades and am a practitioner of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. My passion is helping people just like you to develop skills, knowledge and tools to rebalance and maintain your health.

You can join my live classes on Zoom every Thursday at 4 pm Irish time. Click here to join us (lesson replays sent out by email in case you can’t make it).

Qigong For Bladder Health and Urinary Incontinence – Introduction

Overactive bladder (OAB) is thought to affect millions of people worldwide. It is defined as a sudden urge, frequency ( more than 8 times in 24 hours) or leakage of urine. It can affect both men (commonly post-prostate issues) and women (commonly post-menopause).

OAB tends to occur more in older adults but can be also caused by the following factors:

  1. Stress and anxiety (fright or flight response);
  2. Medications, e.g. diuretics, antidepressants, sleeping tablets;
  3. Post birth
  4. Post surgery, e.g. prostate surgery;
  5. Constipation (increases pressure on the bladder);
  6. Exercise or actions which increase pressure in the lower abdominal area, e.g. coughing, sneezing, laughing.

The video lesson on this page is divided into two parts showing you:

  1. A Qigong exercise called “Grasping the Feet With Both Hands” (one of the 8 Pieces of Brocade movements) which helps create the conditions for free flow of Qi through the Bladder channel, strengthens the kidneys and benefits the waist and hamstrings.
  2. A Qigong meditation and breathing exercise to help relieve anxiety and stress and calm the nervous system.

Qigong For Bladder Health and Urinary Incontinence – Method

  1. Grasping The Feet With Both Hands

    Practice this method by choosing the range of movement which best suits you. Repeat 9 times.
    NOTE: TAKE CARE WITH FORWARD BENDING IF YOU HAVE ANY ISSUES WITH BLOOD PRESSURE, OSTEOPOROSIS OR LOWER BACK PAIN.
    Relax and perform a few abdominal breaths.

  2. Qigong Meditation & Breathing

    Practice 3 abdominal breaths to settle into your practice.
    Continue breathing in this way and each time you exhale, let go of physical tension and “melt down” into the floor.
    Bring your mind to your kidneys, bladder and pelvic floor, keeping it in this area as you continue breathing.
    Count to 3 as you breathe in and 3 as your breathe out. Repeat 3 times.
    Count to 4 as you breathe in and 4 as your breathe out. Repeat 3 times.
    Count to 5 as you breathe in and 5 as your breathe out. Repeat 3 times.
    Count to 6 as you breathe in and 6 as your breathe out. Repeat 3 times.
    Consolidate your practice with a few abdominal breaths.

    Practice this Qigong meditation twice per day for 2 weeks and observe the frequency of your urge to urinate (it may decrease, even in this short time).

Additional Video Resources & Further Tips

You’ll find many other live lesson replays on my blog page. Take a look at some of them to find methods that you can easily combine with this one. You can use the search box on the blog page to find any topics you are interested in.

Click the image above to follow along with the Qigong class!

What Can I Do Next?

To sign up and attend the live online sessions please click here. Classes are free of charge and suitable if you’re a beginner or have more Qigong experience. After you sign up I’ll send details to your email with links to the Zoom classes. Check your junk/spam folders for notifications and then share this information with your family and friends as everyone is more than welcome.

If you’d like to take your practice to the next level with my structured, step-by-step Space To Relax Qigong programme of 50 video lessons accompanied by audio and PDF files with support from me every step of the way then click here.

To get my free part video series of 3 Qigong lessons which will be delivered to you by email over the course of one week please click here. In these lessons, you’ll learn more about abdominal breathing, Qi movement and how to rid waste Qi. This will help you to feel more relaxed and energised.

If you are new to Qigong you’ll probably find my Ultimate Guide To Health and Wellbeing With Qigong very helpful which explains the origins and benefits of Qigong along with 10 beginner Qigong exercises to get you started.

You can click the red “subscribe” button to join my YouTube channel. That way you won’t miss any future Qigong lessons from me.

Click here to join our Qigong group on Facebook.

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Lesson 70 – Qigong For Bloating And Weight Loss (Replay of Live Qigong Class)

Lesson 70 – Qigong For Bloating And Weight Loss (Replay of Live Qigong Class)

This video shows you some Qigong for bloating and weight loss; the Swimming Dragon movement to help promote Qi flow to the digestive organs and a couple of meditative Qigong breathing exercises which focus on the stomach and intestinal area. It was taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons.

These classes are free and everyone is welcome, however, if you’d like to contribute as a thank you for the class click here. 50% of donations will go to the ICU staff in my local hospital in Co. Kerry. The other 50% goes towards the upkeep of this website.

I have been teaching Qigong for two decades and am a practitioner of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. My passion is helping people just like you to develop skills, knowledge and tools to rebalance and maintain your health.

You can join my live classes on Zoom every Thursday at 4 pm Irish time. Click here to join us (lesson replays sent out by email in case you can’t make it).

Qigong For Bloating And Weight Loss – Introduction

Bloating and weight gain falls under the realm of the digestive system in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). If the digestive function is strong then fuel in the form of food is efficiently converted to energy by our digestive system. If the digestive system is weak (lack of “digestive Fire”) then when we ingest food it is not efficiently converted to energy and can instead accumulate as fat or excess fluid in the body.

Causes of an under functioning digestive system include:

  • Stress
  • Eating when standing rather than sitting down to relax and eat a meal.
  • Overconsumption of raw, cold or processed food
  • Eating on the run/in front of the TV/when emotionally upset
  • Eating just before bedtime

The Qigong exercises in the video on this page will help to create the conditions for open and free flow of Qi throughout the digestive system, thereby providing it with sufficient “Fire” to process and extract nutrition from our food in the most efficient way.

NOTE: Qigong is not a “magic weight loss” bullet! However, it can be incorporated into any weight management plan in conjunction with advice from your TCM/acupuncture practitioner or Western medicine doctor.

Qigong For Bloating And Weight Loss – Method

  1. Standing Posture – variation of the Swimming Dragon Qigong exercise.
  2. Qigong deep abdominal breathing. Relax the abdominal area as you inhale to create more space for the digestive organs, allowing them to function efficiently.
  3. Qigong “Fanning the Fire” breathing (also known as the Bellows Breath or Bhastrika in yoga practice).
  4. After exercise a gentle walk or circular massage of the abdominal/stomach area will help to improve circulation of Qi in the area at the time digestion is taking place.

Additional Video Resources

You’ll find many other live lesson replays on my blog page. Take a look at some of them to find methods that you can easily combine with this one. You can use the search box on the blog page to find any topics you are interested in.

Click the image above to follow along with the Qigong class!

What Can I Do Next?

To sign up and attend the live online sessions please click here. Classes are free of charge and suitable if you’re a beginner or have more Qigong experience. After you sign up I’ll send details to your email with links to the Zoom classes. Check your junk/spam folders for notifications and then share this information with your family and friends as everyone is more than welcome.

If you’d like to take your practice to the next level with my structured, step-by-step Space To Relax Qigong programme of 50 video lessons accompanied by audio and PDF files with support from me every step of the way then click here.

To get my free part video series of 3 Qigong lessons which will be delivered to you by email over the course of one week please click here. In these lessons you’ll learn more about abdominal breathing, Qi movement and how to rid waste Qi. This will help you to feel more relaxed and energised.

If you are new to Qigong you’ll probably find my Ultimate Guide To Health and Wellbeing With Qigong very helpful which explains the origins and benefits of Qigong along with 10 beginner Qigong exercises to get you started.

You can click the red “subscribe” button to join my YouTube channel. That way you won’t miss any future Qigong lessons from me.

Click here to join our Qigong group on Facebook.

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Lesson 58 – Qigong Energy Flow To Reduce Stress (Replay of Live Qigong Class)

Lesson 58 – Qigong Energy Flow To Reduce Stress (Replay of Live Qigong Class)

In this Qigong video you can learn how to develop your skill of Qigong energy flow to reduce stress, taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons. These classes are free and everyone is welcome. However, if you’d like to contribute as a thank you for the class click here. 50% of donations will go to the ICU staff in my local hospital in Co. Kerry. The other 50% goes towards the upkeep of this website. I have been teaching Qigong for two decades and am a practitioner of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. My passion is helping people just like you to develop skills, knowledge and tools to rebalance and maintain your health.

You can join my live classes on Zoom every Thursday at 4 pm Irish time. Click here to join us (lesson replays sent out by email in case you can’t make it).

These classes are free and everyone is welcome. However, if you’d like to contribute as a thank you for the class click here. 50% of donations will go to the ICU staff in my local hospital in Co. Kerry. The other 50% goes towards the upkeep of this website.

Qigong Energy Flow To Reduce Stress – Introduction

The big problem for many of us with modern day life is the amount of stress that it can cause us. Stress can lead to many other detrimental effects on our minds and bodies, for example:

  • Exhaustion;
  • Poor sleep;
  • Anxiety and depression;
  • More specific health problems such as fibromyalgia, digestive problems, high blood pressure and diabetes.

In terms of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Qigong, stress is simply due to a lack of smooth flow of Qi (energy) leading to:

  • Blocked emotions which cannot be expressed in a healthy way;
  • Stagnation of physical circulation and a consequent decrease in our energy levels.

How do we unblock this?

What we don’t do is try to force anything to happen as the stress of trying too hard can create even more stagnation of Qi and frustration.

What we can do is simply ALLOW our bodies to bring themselves back into a natural balance by creating the conditions by which our Qi and emotions can flow smoothly. When we do this, we don’t need to do anything else as the Qi will then flow to where it is needed in order for healing and revitalisation of your body and mind to take place.

The objective of the Qigong energy flow in this video is to:

  1. Create conditions for allowing the Qi to flow smoothly;
  2. Create physical and mental SPACE for healing.

The results of following this 15 minute Qigong routine can include:

  • A more calm and clear mind;
  • A revitalised and energised body;
  • Less mind chatter and more focus;
  • Improved sleep.

This is a perfect Qigong for beginners method if you are new to Qigong as it is easy to follow. However, it is a skill and, like any skill, is developed over time so please be patient with yourself if you don’t feel the flow when you first start out.

Qigong Energy Flow To Reduce Stress – Method

  1. Settle into your practice with a few abdominal breaths to bring yourself into the Qigong state.
  2. Adopt the correct Qigong stance.
  3. Relax your whole body a little more with each exhalation. Begin to feel your body swaying as your Qi begins to flow more freely.
  4. Once you are comfortable with the swaying motion of your body perform a few “Circles” movements with your arms, allowing the swaying of your body to continue.
  5. Consolidate your practice with a few abdominal breaths.

Additional Video Resources

Many other live lesson replays can be found on my blog page. Take a look at some of them to find methods which you can easily combine with this one.

Click the image above to follow along with the Qigong class!

What Can I Do Next?

To sign up and attend the live online sessions please click here. Classes are free of charge and suitable if you’re a beginner or have more Qigong experience. Once you sign up I’ll send details to your email with links to the Zoom classes. Check your junk/spam folders for notifications. Please share this information with your family and friends as everyone is more than welcome.

If you’d like to take your practice to the next level with my structured, step-by-step Space To Relax Qigong programme of 50 video lessons accompanied by audio and PDF files with support from me every step of the way then click here.

To get my free part video series of 3 Qigong lessons which will be delivered to you by email over the course of one week please click here. In these lessons you’ll learn more about abdominal breathing, Qi movement and how to rid waste Qi. This will help you to feel more relaxed and energised.

You can also click the red “subscribe” button to join my YouTube channel. That way, you won’t miss any future Qigong lessons from me.

Click here to join our Qigong group on Facebook.

Website homepage.