Qigong is an ancient Chinese practice, which studies the science of the mind, body and spirit. It is considered a treasure in the East and only has begun to become familiar here in the West. “Qi” means energy or vital life force. “Gong” means to work, master or transform. Qigong simply means to become aware of and work with your energy or your life force. Qigong has also been called needleless acupuncture.
Our body has rivers of energy running through it, which are also known as energy meridians. You have six meridians in your feet and six in your hands. Two main channels run along the back and front torso. When blockages occur, they stop the flow of energy in these meridians or channels and the energy cannot flow where it needs to go in the body. When the energy is blocked illness, disease, pain, other health or emotional problems may occur.
A Qigong Practitioner can assist you in the healing process by working with you and your energetic system. Qigong movements, breathing techniques and meditations can also focus on helping to open and maintain these channels so your body can heal and you can maintain a healthy and well-balanced life.
Based on the same principles as a face-to-face qigong session, over the phone Mary will detect your blockages and assist your body in removing them. Energy can be transferred non-physically by intention or emission of Qi. In the practice of Qigong, the art of energetically working with a client who is present in the same room or one who may be in another location is the same. The focus will be to remove any energy blockages, so that the energy becomes free flowing and the body can self-regulate and rediscover its balance.
Qigong intro sessions were created to support the many requests Mary receives from her clients about their loved ones, creating an opportunity for family members or friends to try Qigong.
These session are open to anyone who wishes to experience Qigong for the first time.