Chinese Essence Qi Gong

Eileen Murray illustrating Qigong - Chinese Essence Qigong is a form based on the summary of the major types of Qigong in China
Chinese Essence Qigong was developed by the Chinese Academy of Somatic Science after years of research and discussion among scientists, traditional Chinese medicine experts, philosophers and the major Qigong masters in China. It was first introduced to the public in China by Professor Fuyin Chen, the director of the Academy, in 1987. Since 1994, the form has been taught to hundreds of American students.

Chinese Essence Qigong is a form based on the summary of the major types of Qigong in China. It has all the merits of both traditional and contemporary Qigong. It includes the essence of Confucionist, Buddhist, Daoist, medical and martial art Qigong.

Essence Qigong is a modern fusion of the most essential common elements of classic Qigong forms. It was developed to bring qi deep into the body, penetrating rapidly through the skin, muscles, internal organs and bone marrow. Practiced with the eyes closed, this form of qigong is deeply meditative.

It is easy to learn and is a good way to harmonize body, spirit and mind. Through years of practice by thousands of people, this form has been proven to be very effective in eliminating diseases, improving health, balancing emotions and refining the spirit.
It is suitable for people of all ages and physical abilities.