Chinese Soaring Crane Qigong

Eileen Murray illustrating Qigong - The five routines are easily learned - students begin to notice changes in mind, body and spirit shortly after beginning practice
Chinese Soaring Crane Qi Gong was introduced to the world in 1979 by Master Zhao Jin-Xiang. With thousands of forms available, Soaring Crane Qi Gong rapidly became (and remains) one of the most popular in China, with the number of practioners reaching 20 million worldwide.
Soaring Crane Qi Gong consistently ranks as one of the top three Qi Gong forms in China with documented cases of Cancer remission.

The five routines are easily learned - students begin to notice changes in mind, body and spirit shortly after beginning practice and it is one of the most effective forms of Medical Qi Gong practiced today.

Why Practice Soaring Crane Qi Gong?

For over thirty years, Soaring Crane Qi Gong has been clinically evaluated in China as the most effective medical Qi Gong form for time commitment required to practice. It has a phenomenal track record with regard to cancer and other critical and chronic conditions. This said, people practice Soaring Crane Qi Gong for many reasons: Many come to Soaring Crane at a time of physical crisis; others come with a desire to optimize their quality of life and make use of the form's preventative power.

Soaring Crane is suitable for almost everyone, from those without physical strength or stamina (as the movements can be performed mentally at first while still transferring much of the energetic benefit) to professional athletes ~ and those many of us in between. Limitless personal growth is possible through Soaring Crane: all you need do is practice.

It should be noted that practice of Soaring Crane Qi Gong is contra-indicated for those with diagnosed mental health disorders such as Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder or borderline Personality Disorder.

The Soaring Crane System

Soaring Crane Qigong is a complete system of qigong practice. The system features all four classical Qi Gong form types: sitting, standing, walking and lying down. The multiple components provide a variety of therapeutic functions and offer flexibility in practice time commitment.

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