De-stressing Exercise

WMQ Health Improvement Exercises

De-stressing Exercise

Medical Qigong is a gift of Chinese civilization to mankind. It shares the principles of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). It is a way of influencing and directing Qi for medical benefits rather than using needles, herbs or massage, although these can be supplementary. Medical Qigong has gained worldwide popularity in the recent years to treat all kinds of physical and emotional ailments, especially as part of integrated therapy for Cancer.

WMQ is a Medical Qigong system found by Grand Master Dr. Tan Soo Kong, besides training professional Medical Qigong healers and healing, Grand Master Dr Tan has research and design a series of specific exercises that help to heal specific ailments as well as exercises for preventive purposes.

The medical research shows that 80% of the ailments are stress related. Unfortunately, most people constantly facing all kind of stress, thus most people are having all kind of healthy challenges. If we are not able to remove stress, alternately we need to have a way to cope and manage the stress so that our health is not affected.

The de-stress exercise is specially designed for the purpose of coping and managing stress, it is advisable to practice before bed time. Another name of this exercise is also known as breathe awareness. We will never know how and when we will feel stress. Every day we go through our daily life, there may be something that stresses us without us knowing it. The worse is the stress may go to our subconscious mind. So to make sure that we can release the stress from our subconscious mind, this is the exercise that we can do.

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After you have experience this exercise, to further benefits from Qigong you may wish to sign up for WMQ Qigong Essentials eLearning course. The eLearning course consists the WMQ complete set of comprehensive exercises that includes Dynamic Movements, Static Meditation and Lying Down exercises. Utilize the techniques of Movements (Dao Yi), Visualization (Yi) and Breathing (Tu Nai). To achieve Qi Activation, Qi Enhancement, Qi Gathering, Qi Circulation and Qi Storing.