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Qi Gong


Qi can be translated as “vital force”. Qi gong literally means “vital force practice”. The purpose of these exercises is to purify, strengthen and circulate the qi/ vital force within our bodies, for health, longevity and spiritual clarity, connecting to the fundamental aspects of the elements of nature.

Qi gong encompasses body postures, breathing, sounds and hands postures to improve the quality and the circulation of life force.

Among the most important benefits are robust immune function, vitality, longevity & mental clarity.

A 2018 study on qi gong interventions for breast cancer survivors suggests that mindfulness-based exercise may be superior to gentle exercise alone or survivorship support for improving self-report of cognitive function and distress after treatment for breast cancer. The mindfulness component may enhance the positive impact of exercise on cognitive function.

Sample Curriculum of the Certification Program:

What is qi? The Principles of Qi Gong. Sounds and postures associated with the five elements. Circulating qi through the acupuncture meridians. Exercises to increase your qi sensitivity.

Your daily Qi Gong routine. Tips for a better practice. Types of movements of qi in qi gong. Cathartic (purging) practices (Tu xie Gong).

The five elements theory and emotions management practices using the five. Mind-spirit practices (Xin gong, Shen gong) from Buddhist and Daoist traditions. Inner-outer integration practices with time and space.

The Macroscopic Orbit and connection with yuan qi (primordial/ source qi). Medical and spiritual practices using sounds and breathing. Medical and spiritual practices using ying (hands postures). Inner alchemy practices (fire-water integration, Nei gong). Daoist practices. Evaluation of your qi project.

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Qi Gong for Cancer Survivors

Private instruction on zoom

Duration 45 minutes

Thursdays 6pm-7pm or by appointment


Group in-person class $25

Wednesdays at Commune

Duration 60 minutes

Wednesdays 9am-10am



10 (1 ON 1) SESSIONS $1,500

Private instruction live or on zoom

Duration: 60 minutes/ class

Private Emails to Clarify Topics

Readings & Research Articles

Certificate of Completion

Contact Adina: [email protected] (Read Bio)


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