Qi Gong in Hong Kong
While strolling Hong Kong, you may have seen groups of older people, sometimes in parks or sheltered under a bridge or a building, guided by a master in slow and harmonious movements. They are certainly practicing Tai Chi or Qi Gong.
Qi Gong differs from Tai Chi, a traditional Chinese gymnastic, as it focuses on moving and controlling positive energies, Qi. Practiced for more than 3000 years, it associates slow movements, breathing, meditation and is intrinsically connected to the Taoist conception which promotes the equilibrium between the yin and the yang. You sometimes only need to observe a Qi Gong class to feel its energies.
Following the Traditional Chinese Medicine principles, Qi Gong can prevent diseases, injuries and ensures good health, longevity and a better quality of life. It is also said to have natural and supernatural powers …
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