As I am sure you are aware by now, I’m a huge advocate of Qigong, especially since speaking with Bianca Molle, who fully recovered from her neurotransmitter imbalance [Parkinson’s]. I had been dabbling in Qigong before speaking with Bianca and now I’m doing it with a vengeance, every day. In the last few days I’ve noticed a significant improvement in my energy level [I can do lots more pushups] and the pain in my left shoulder is not as intense. I’m very encouraged by what I’ve experienced so far and I’m going to keep it up!
A year ago, I posted a blog on Qigong and in it, I included links to some excellent youtube videos. Below are some links to more youtube videos with excellent Qigong demonstrations. I encourage you to incorporate them into your daily exercise and recovery program.
Here is a simple intro video demonstrating some basic techniques.
This is an awesome presentation and demonstration by Mingtong Gu, who is Bianca Molle’s instructor and mentor at The Chi Centre. This is a long video, but well worth watching as it provides a detailed explanation of chi and Qigong.
Lift chi up pour chi down as demonstrated by Mingtong Gu is the routine Bianca most credits with her recovery and I urge you to do at least once or twice everyday.
A Lee Holden Ted talk presentation and demonstration with some highly effective techniques presented with a little bit of humor!
An awesome 7 minute Lee Holden routine.
Another awesome Lee Holden routine.
Bianca also credits sound healing as playing a major role in her recovery and this video includes several effective sound healing techniques. I try to practice this every day.
This is my favorite Qigong exercise. I practice it several times every day, especially if I’m feeling stressed. I included a link to it in the blog I posted last year.
A great 1-hour routine! This was an important part of David Thompson’s recovery protocol.
I would suggest, as I said earlier, that you practice lift chi up, pour chi down at least once or twice a day and add as many other exercises as you have time for. I would also recommend that you practice at least one hour a day. More is better and I urge you to make the time. It doesn’t have to be done all at once. You can break it up. The important thing is to start doing it.
Please leave a comment if you have any questions and please let us know how you are making out with your practice.
Have an awesomely energetic day!