The Intention of Yin Yang Medical Qigong


The intention of this beautiful form is to reconnect ourselves with nature and become one with the universe. Each movement follows a symbol in nature and emulates its characteristics, in turn, reconnecting our heart back to oneness as we flow with nature and life itself. 

These Mindful movements, synchronized with our breath, gently exercise and stretch the body. Combined with intention and meditation, the movements are designed to improve specific aspects of your being. This form can be done standing, seated, or even lying down, making it an excellent practice for those recovering from illness or injury. For healthy individuals, this form can improve health on many levels, increase universal connection and simply improve enjoyment in life.

What is Qigong & Tai Chi?

Qigong (pronounced “chee-gung”), the practice of energy cultivation, and Tai Chi (pronounced “tie-chee”) are ancient Chinese practices which were developed thousands of years ago for the purpose of promoting optimal health, vitality and longevity.


Benefits of Qigong & Tai Chi

Qigong and Tai Chi are profound, yet simple methods to obtain optimal health and wellness.

Qigong has been clinically shown to:

  • Reduce Stress
  • Boost and Strengthen Immune System
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Reduce Anxiety
  • Lessen Depression
  • Improve Balance and Coordination
  • Increase Full Range of Motion
  • Improve Muscle Flexibility
  • Reduce Joint Pain
  • Aid in the Healing of Major Illnesses
  • Increase Potential for Weight Loss
  • Open Clarity in the Mind
  • Improve Neruoplasticity in the Brain
  • Enhance Restorative Sleep
  • Provide Low-impact Weight-bearing Exercise
  • Improve Muscle Strength in Upper and Lower Body
  • Assist in ‘Matrix Repatterning’ with conditions such as Parkinson’s, MS, Sclerosis, Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Effective Pain Management Tool
  • Improve Reconnection to Self and Others
  • Increase Joy!
Big Bird Stretches Wings
Big Bird Stretches Wings

Relax your whole body, let arms float up like wings on a big bird, breathe in deeply and relax as you exhale and allow the arms to float back down. As you are doing this movement, think of lifting yourself up and soaring above yourself, above your problems and getting a clearer perspective. Feel light, joyful and free.


Peacock Fans Tail
Peacock Fans Tail

Standing tall open palms forward and gather all the colors of the world around you. Now bring those colors down through the top of your head and fill your whole body full. As you do this move, make your inner world as colorful as all things in nature that live around you. Let the colors wash away darkness, sadness and pain. Let all colors or your favorite color heal each part of your body.


Willow Sways in Wind

Relax, with your arms in front of you, palms facing together, like holding a Qi ball in your hands. Taking a big breath in, swing your hands up to one side. Exhale as your hands go back down. Repeat this movement to the other side and continue to sway and flow back and forth like Willow branches in the wind. When we go with the guidance of our inner flow, it leads us in the right direction, just like the relationship the Willow has with its partner, the Wind.


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Book: The Horse, The Dragon & The 10,000 Things


The Horse, The Dragon and The 10,000 Things was written as an introduction to the magical mysteries of Chinese culture and an easy and entertaining way to teach children how to cope with their own stress, and feel empowered in their surroundings. It includes references from the Chinese Zodiac, the Five Elements of Feng Shui and the Medicine Wheel, and shares the concept of Qi (‘chee’) or what Western culture best describes as “energy” or “lifeforce.”