Medical qi gong is a way of affecting and directing qi, or the life force, for medical benefit. Rather than using needles, herbs, or massage, medical qi gong relies on the ability of trained practitioners to direct qi with the mind, hands, or ritual object, but without necessarily with touch.
(for Detoxification of liver and other organs)
Very hard to take
Advice & Tips:
Medical Qigong was the most difficult activity I had ever undertaken. It was impossible for me to move my arms and body in the required fashion, so my spouse had to do it for me. After doing it for 6 months, I stopped. I have no idea if any detoxification actually occurred. Now that I am on levodopa, the qigong is easy, although I no longer have a daily practice.
< $25 monthly
Oct 18, 2008
(Started Sep 09, 2008)
(for Improve mobility)
(for General health)
(for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)
Not at all hard to take
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I highly recommend Medical Qi Gong therapy. My fingers had been gnarled and atrophied for months and after four sessions I have been able to straighten out and hold my fingers that way ever since. To me, it's a combination of needleless acupuncture, massage therapy, and energy manipulation, with a dash of psychiatry thrown in. I look forward to my twice weekly sessions like Jared does Subway sandwiches. Hands down, the best treatment I receive.
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