Traditional Chinese Qigong refers to five Gateways through which Qi can enter the body. The five Gateways are the soles of the 2 feet, the palms of the 2 hands, and the crown. Qigong practices often access Qi through these Gateways to augment the Qi that is naturally in the body and replace ‘stagnant Qi’ in the body with ‘clean Qi’ from outside. A second perspective is that the human body is always energetically connected to its surroundings, and requires both a constant flow of Qi internally and constant exchange of Qi with the external environment, to maintain health. There is one gateway that is sometimes overlooked. This is the breath, or lungs. Yogis particularly emphasize ‘Prana’ through the breath as a means to affect the energy in the body. In this Qigong, we acknowledge that the breath is a sixth Gateway for Qi. Finally, the Gateway to the Soul is considered to be the Heart - so we open the Heart to open the seventh Gateway. This Qigong can be used on a daily basis, and especially when you feel out-of-balance.

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QiMoves is a series of short and practical Qigong routines that improve the quality and flow of Qi in the body. Qi is the Life Force Energy that helps determine your health, vitality, and longevity. QiMoves allows you to selectively practice the routines that help improve the quality and flow of your day.

QiMoves Premium includes QiBreak (Standing Position), QiBreak (Sitting Position), QiRise, QiUnwind, QiConnect (Seven Gateways) and Bone Breathing Meditation.

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The Lite version of QiMoves Lite contains QiBreak (Standing Position) and QiConnect (Seven Gateways). These QiMoves can be done throughout your day. QiBreak has 3 main parts. The first part helps to release stress and tension from the neck and shoulders. The second part improves the flow of Qi through the lower back, spine, and arms. The third part releases tension and improves the flow of Qi to the head, for greater focus and clarity. QiConnect enhances the natural flow of Qi into the body from external sources such as the earth and nature; improving the quality and flow of the internal Qi.

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This is an ancient Taoist Qigong practice that uses a combination of sound, movement, and colour to balance and heal the major systems of the body. This Qigong follow the Five Elements of Chinese medicine to release stagnant Qi from the body, and then replenish the healthy Qi for each organ system. This practice also focuses on balancing the endocrine system (hormone-producing glands) of the body.

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In Taoist philosophy, the forces that create Life, from birth to death, growth to decay, are referred to as the Five Elements. These are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. Each Element has unique characteristics that contribute to the cycle of physical life. Each element also affects, and is affected by, the other four. The movements of this practice allow the practicioner to gain a deeper understanding and experience of each of these elements. As such, these movements create better balance and harmony, as the Five Elements work in our personal lives.

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These movements balance the body, mind, heart, and spirit. We begin this Qigong by establishing a connection with the higher vibrational Qi of the ninth chakra, and end with bringing this Qi down through the chakras of the body. In between, the movements improve the energetic balance between mind, heart, and body, and stimulate the Kundalini energy at the base of the spine. This Gong encourages a gentle flow of the Kundalini and ninth-chakra energies, through the seven main chakras, to cleanse and purify.

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This Qigong consists of two parts. The first, Centered in Oneness, opens and prepares the practicioner for the second, which provides a gentle but direct experience of the Kundalini awakening.

These movements focus directly on the Kundalini energy. The opening movements physically and energetically stimulate the energy at the base of the spine. Subsequent movements encourage this Qi to flow upward. As the Kundalini moves up to the Crown, it engages and blends with the Qi of the ninth (star) chakra. This higher vibrational blend of Qi then returns back down into the body, to cleanse and purify the main energy centers.

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This guided sitting meditation uses visualization, mantra, and minimal movement to lift the Kundalini energy from the base of the spine, up to the crown to connect with the Qi at the Ninth (Star) Chakra, and then return this higher vibrational energy back down through the body and major energy centers, to the Dantian, just below and behind the navel.

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This is an ancient Taoist Qigong practice that helps to restore health and strength to the bones. The practice uses breathing and visualization to bring more healing Qi into the bones and joints. It can be used for any condition affecting the bones and joints, and complements any other form of treatment. This meditation is in audio MP3 format only.

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This practice uses a number of different techniques to balance and improve the health of the major organ systems. Positioning, breathing, and stretching to open meridians for the kidneys, liver, gall bladder, stomach, heart, lungs, intestines, bladder, and spleen; pressure at the ear reflexes for the spine and back; tapping at the grief point of the heart to release emotional trauma, gentle massage of the pancreas, and acupressure at points of the head to improve clarity and focus.

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This practice helps to balance the energetic heart and free the practitioner of the stress and anxiety that often affects the physical heart and chest. This Qigong invites pure Yang Qi and pure Yin Qi from the ‘Heart of Heaven’ and the ‘Heart of Earth’ to blend with the qi of the practitioner’s Heart. As the qi flows through the body during the practice, gradually, it does its work of balancing and expanding the heart, increasing the practitioners capacity for compassion and flexibility, improving the health of the heart and body, and improving emotional balance. With an open, expanded heart, the balance between the mind and heart is improved, allowing the mind to become calmer.

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