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was created by Dr. Pang Ming, an M.D., a Doctor of Chinese medicine, and a Qigong Grandmaster (there are only a small number of Qigong Grandmasters in the world). He studied qigong under 18 different Grandmasters, and in 1979 he developed Zhineng Qigong as a result of his search for more powerful ways to help his patients heal.
Dr. Pang has written many books on Zhineng Qigong. He not only created Zhineng Qigong, which is easy to learn and highly effective, but has also written the “Integral Hun Yuan Theories” and introduced the use of the Qi-field to teach qigong and to treat patients.
is a deeply meditative practice that is used to heal the body, mind, and spirit, bringing us into balance with nature. It is a self-healing practice that embraces daily practice to overcome unhealthy mental and physical habits.
returns the body to health through:
Movement – forms
Healing affirmations to replace old, unhealthy ones
Visualization (learning to use the mind to control our qi)
Breath (learning to breath naturally again)
Expanding our frame of reference so that we can change our emotional habits
Healthy foods, prepared in a natural way