Medical Qi Gong

//Medical Qi Gong
Medical Qi Gong2017-01-12T15:30:49+00:00
Our Medical Qi Gong practitioner is Danny Hull.
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Medical Qi Gong is an excellent treatment for many different conditions, from pain management and migraines to weight loss and sinus conditions. the easiest way to describe Medical Qi Gong is acupuncture without needles, which makes it a great treatment for needle phobic patients. Because of the subtle energies that it can stimulate it is a very effective treatment for emotional and stress related disorders.

Medical Qi Gong is rooted in the ancient Chinese Martial Arts. medical Qi Gong was developed on the battle field thousands of years ago. Soldiers being able to heal themselves gained great advantage. They say, “To be a good martial artist, you must also be a good healer.” These techniques were closely guarded, shrouded in secrecy. Medical Qi Gong is an energetic medicine and has been a major healing modality in China for most of it’s history. It is the origin of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes acupuncture, herbology, nutrition, and therapeutic massage. It is only now that China has opened up her borders that this ancient healing art has been brought to us here in the West.

What to expect on your first visit

A personal consultation to discuss your major concerns and an evaluation of your health from a Chinese Medical perspective.

During treatment, the recipient lies comfortably on a table or seated in a chair while the practitioner guides you through a series of energetic and physical balancing and clearing techniques.

By the end of the session you will be given a better understanding of your health and well-being picture and receive guidance to help you achieve your ideal health goals.

Most common changes after a session include

  • deeply relaxed
  • better sleep
  • reduced pain
  • more energy
  • increased flexibility
  • increased sense of well-being
Please call Danny for more details and to schedule a consultation: (831) 601 2019

Treatable conditions include

  • severe and chronic pain
  • digestive disorders
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • neurological disorders
  • respiratory disorders
  • substance abuse
  • weight control
  • ageing
  • side effects from chemo-therapy
  • side effects from radiation therapy
  • pulmonary disorders
  • cardiovascular disorders