Buy Qi Kung Flow Series with Lee Holden

QiGong's gentle, rhythmic exercises mirror the movements of nature, especially the fluidity of water.  Combined with simple breathing techniques, QiGong is uniquely suited to relieving stress, boosting the immune system, and increasing the body’s innate healing abilities. Unlike some yoga or tai chi routines, QiGong “flow” routines can be learned very quickly. They are perfect for people of all ages and fitness levels, and they provide a powerful adjunct to any fitness/health program. QiGong (pronounced "chee gong" and alternatively spelled as "qigong," "qi gong," or "chi kung") is sometimes called “the new yoga” - but the practice dates back thousands of years to ancient China. The word “qi” (or “chi”) means “life force” or "vital energy of the body," and “gong” means accomplishment or skill that is cultivated through steady practice. Qi Gong is specifically designed to cultivate the body's vital energy, using it to heal and strengthen every system throughout the body. Thus, qi gong means “cultivating energy,” and it involves working with energy to strengthen and cleanse the body. Using these Qi Gong will improve your relaxation, reduce pain, and improve your health. Over 100 million people worldwide regularly practice QiGong. Acclaimed instructor Lee Holden has made it his mission to demystify the profoundly effective work of QiGong and make it practical for 21st century life. Lee Holden's library of QiGong titles addresses the needs of the absolute beginner, along with specific programs for stress, back pain, neck pain, weight control, joint pain, digestive issues, and other ailments


Qi Kung Flow for Beginners
Learn how easy it is to use Qi Gong to tap into your body’s life force.

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Qi Kung for Stress

Quiet your mind with this combination of gentle exercise and relaxation techniques.

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Qi Kung for Upper Back and Neck Pain
Target these areas and move more fluidly, with greater balance, and reduced muscular tension.

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Qi Kung for Low Back Pain

Open, stretch, and bring increased circulation to the lower back.

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