What are Qi and Qigong?

Qi is the Chinese word for Life Force. There are two types of Qi: external and internal. On the other hand, Qigong is an ancient art which activates and enhances internal Qi and which also harnesses external Qi. Practitioners can use the art to improve health, bring about self-healing and even treat others.


What is Medical Qigong?

Medical Qigong is a gift of Chinese civilisation to mankind. It follows the principles of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). It is a way of influencing and directing Qi for medical benefits rather than by using needles, herbs or massage, although these can be supplementary. Medical Qigong has gained worldwide popularity in recent years. It has been used to treat all kinds of physical and emotional ailments, especially as complementary therapy for cancer. In China, major TCM universities and hospitals have dedicated departments for Medical Qigong. Grand Master Tan Soo Kong has vast theoretical knowledge, practical experience and hands-on expertise in the use of Medical Qigong approaches and techniques. Grand Master Tan’s compassion and yearning to help others inspired him to research and develop a unique medical Qigong system and associated training program called Wellness Medical Qigong (WMQ).


WMQ Philosophy

WMQ focuses on health maintenance, health enhancement, self-healing methodology and techniques of treating others.

The philosophical framework of WMQ training to achieve the above benefits is as presented below:

WMQ teaches participants how to activate, enhance, circulate, direct and store internal Qi and to harness external Qi. It will improve health, bring about self-healing and enable to treatment of others by using various techniques of Qi transmission.


WMQ Diagnosis and Treatment Protocol

WMQ diagnosis and treatment techniques are complete, comprehensive and proven. The system uses the palm for scanning, remote sensing (distance techniques) and Yi (mental) sensing for diagnose and treatment.


WMQ Self-Healing Methodology

Once a person understands Qi, he can activate his internal Qi, then circulate and direct it for self-healing. In additional, he has to learn to gather external Qi in order to further enhance the healing process. The techniques of storage and conservation of Qi are also important components of self-healing methodology.

The methodology is as follows:

In addition, an understanding of the role of meridians and how Qi Blockage, Depletion and Imbalance cause ailments will be beneficial.