Qigong for Beginners

Introduction to basic Qigong for beginners

Introduction to basic Qigong for beginnersEasy to follow Qigong exercises for the complete beginner

Why start Qigong?

More about Qigong

Basic Qigong for beginners – free videos & instructions

Recommended reading on Qigong for beginners

Easy to follow Qigong exercises for the complete beginner

Welcome to the ‘Basic Qigong for beginners’ series. This online series contains easy to follow videos of Qigong movements and exercises, accompanied by straightforward instructions. These movements are suitable for all ages and abilities to learn at home (always take your own circumstances and doctor’s advice into consideration!).

Why start Qigong?

Simply put, for a healthier, happier life! Our step-by-step visual guide teaches you the fundamental Qigong principles:

  • core structure
  • connectivity
  • flexibility
  • softness
  • relaxation

Using these ideas you will learn how to efficiently focus the mind and more easily relax the body as a whole. This will allow you to have more energy in the day and helps relieve tension, stress and anxiety. Our series will also provide helpful supplements for the more seasoned student about the foundations of all Qigong exercises and routines.

More about Qigong

Qigong is a method that has been refined over centuries to improve one’s health and calm the mind. It’s strength lies in an effective set of practice patterns for balancing mind and body. Having mind and body out of balance is what often leads to tension, stress, unhappiness or illness. Regular practice can promote vastly improved health (which can act protectively) and assist in health recovery. The key lies in the deliberate nature of the focused movements, hence the perceived slower pace.
It’s easy to talk about, but it’s better to do!

Full instructions will accompany the videos to provide further detail. We hope this will better your knowledge and understanding of not only the movements, but the nature of Qigong itself.

Get started with ‘The Basic Qigong for Beginners’ series and give yourself a fantastic foundation in Qigong. Note that the warm-up routines are for beginner and experienced practitioner alike.
Over time these online videos will graduate to more advanced routines.

Although Qigong can be practiced by almost anybody, it is always advised that you find a good teacher to help guide you. Failing that, try to understand your limitations. This online series will act as a comprehensive guide but if you are under any doubt as to the limitations of your health or physical capabilities, please seek the advice of your health care provider.

The secret is in the doing.

Enjoy!

Author: Tina Faulkner Elders

Images: Tina Faulkner Elders and Taiji Forum

Basic Qigong for beginners – free videos & instructions

Here you will find the links to all exercises of the online series containing easy to follow videos of Qigong movements and exercises, accompanied by straightforward instructions.

FINGER STRETCHING EXERCISES

This finger stretching exercises helps to promote strength and flexibility through all of the fingers equally. Continue reading and see the video and instructions

WRIST ROLLS

This wrist rolling exercise is designed to loosen the wrist joints. The exercise helps to promote softness and flexibility through the wrists, but if performed correctly, the exercise will work on movement and softness along the whole length of the arms, from the shoulders to the fingertips. Continue reading and see the video and instructions

SHOULDER ROLLS – coming soon!

WARMUP WAIST CIRCLES – coming soon!

WARMUP LOOSENING – coming soon!

WARMUP TWO HANDS PUSH – coming soon!

much more to come!

Recommended reading on Qigong for beginners

Qigong Beginner Guide – In our Qigong Beginner Guide you will find tips for your journey in the world of Qigong.

What is Qigong?

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More Qigong beginner videos – A selection of practical Qigong Exercises

Youtube Channel “Qigong Exercises” – On our Qigong Exercise Youtube Channel you will find more videos. We will publish videos on a regular base. Subscribe on our Channel / newsletter or like us on Facebook to be up to date!