Qigong Meditations, Breathing and Improving Sleep Video Library
Simple 10-minute routines which beginners and those with more Qigong experience can follow along with
This video shows you some 5 Minute 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.
For those of you who want a simple 5-minute Qigong for tinnitus exercise, follow along with this short routine to encourage the flow of Qi (energy) to help reduce ringing in the ears. It will also benefit your Kidney system because of the close connection between the ears and Kidneys in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
This video shows you some 20-minute Qigong with two methods to relieve stress; breathing and vibration of the body. It was part of a live Qigong class I taught on Zoom.
This video shows you a 10-minute Qigong Sunrise Meditation to practice as a stand alone meditation or at the end of a physical Qigong morning routine. It was part of a live Qigong class I taught on Zoom.
This video shows you a 15 Minute Qigong meditation called “Relax, Expand and Nourish The Heart” which helps you to calm your mind aids circulation on a physical, mental and emotional level.
This video shows you a 4 minute Qigong practice of posture, breathing and mind focus in order to get into the Qigong state. This Qigong state is the preparation any Qigong routine to follow and will enable you to derive the most benefit from it.
This video shows you a 5-minute Qigong practice where you will be creating a Qi bubble around the surface of your body. It’s a simple relaxing Qigong meditation which is suitable for beginners and involves simple breath and mind focus.
This video shows you a 6-minute Qigong practice called Rubbing Ball. It’s a simple Qigong movement and meditation which helps to cultivate your Qi in order to improve your energy levels and calm mind chatter.
Follow along wit this 8 minute Qigong “Rubbing Ball” exercise to help encourage the flow of Qi in your whole body, but especially to feel it in your hands. This is the perfect combination, making use of your mind, breath, posture and movement. It can also be performed from a seated position so it suitable for anyone who cannot stand for longer periods of time or has issues with balance.
Learn some Qi and blood circulating Qigong for during travelling to help you minimise any stiffness and pain as a result of sitting for long periods on a journey by plane, car, train or ferry
This video shows you Qigong meditations to help you feel grounded and balanced but at the same time light and spacious in the abdominal area, taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons.
This video shows you a Qigong meditation to help rid waste Qi from the lungs and then create conditions for easier, more effortless breathing, taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons.
Learn a couple of Qigong meditation and breathing exercises to help optimise healthy digestion, alleviate bloating and aid weight loss, taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker, the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons.
This video shows you a 20-minute seated Qigong meditation to release sadness and grief. This simple Qigong meditation can be performed from a sitting or lying posture and helps to release the emotions of sadness and grief, often held in the Lung system according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, so that you might feel a greater sense of ease.