This is a replay of a live session showing you a Qigong routine for Spring, taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker. I have been teaching Qigong for two decades and am the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons. I’m also a practitioner of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. 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).
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Qigong Meditation to Ease Physical Discomfort and Pain – Introduction
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Introduction To Qigong Meditation to Ease Physical Discomfort and Pain
In this video you can follow along with a Qigong meditation to ease physical discomfort and pain. Pain is something that we all experience from time to time so this is a useful technique to employ. It’s also very simple. We combine the breath and the mind in order to ease discomfort and pain wherever we feel it in our bodies. You can practice this method from a standing, sitting or prone posture which means it’s suitable for anyone, no matter how much pain may be restricting your range of movement.
Method- Qigong Meditation to Ease Physical Discomfort and Pain
1. Adopt the Qigong sitting, standing or lying down posture (more here).
2. Begin with Abdominal Breathing to get into the “Qigong State” of calm and relaxation (more details here).
3. Follow along with my voice as I talk you through the meditation.
4. Choose an area of your body that is causing you discomfort or pain. Follow along with my voice as I talk you through a meditation to help ease the discomfort.
5. End with Abdominal Breathing.
6. Massage the area of discomfort or pain (if you can reach it) in order to promote circulation and nourishment in the area.
Integration into Your Day
You can perform this meditation anytime you have a few minutes. If you would like to listen to an audio of me talking you through this meditation then my Qigong meditations bundle is here.
Previous Live Lesson Replays
Previous live lesson replays are listed below and can be found on my blog page.
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