Qigong & Meditation
Qigong and Meditation are an integral part of Chinese Medicine. With an holistic approach to healing, these techniques are essential for health and wellbeing. We will teach you simple ways you can use Qigong and Meditation for wellbeing in a safe, calm environment and tailor the lessons to exactly what you need on a one to one basis. We also offer workshops, classes and corporate packages on request.
Therese has spent over 10 years studying and working with a renowned Qigong Teacher Dr. Bisong Guo. Therese teaches simple and easy Qigong and Meditation practices for health and wellbeing. Despite their simplicity they're rooted in the ancient traditions of Chinese Medicine and Daoism.
For the full spectrum of Qigong and Meditation's offered please contact Therese
Warwick started from a martial arts background and in later years studied medical and daoist Qigong with Melbourne based teacher Master Liu. Warwick has been teaching various forms of Medical and Daoist Qigong including Zhi Neng Qigong, Microcosmic Orbit and Silver-Lining Qigong. For more information about Warwicks Qigong please contact Warwick
Aine has an extensive background in Tibetan Buddhism and Healing Meditations. Her soft tones and clear voice (with an ever so slight Irish accent) guides people to areas and states within their mind they didn't think were possible to reach.
For more information about Aine's meditations and holistic counselling sessions please contact Aine
Frequently Asked Questions
About Qigong and Meditation
What is Qigong?
Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) is an ancient Chinese practice that involves meditation, controlled breathing and movement exercises. Tai chi, a widely known form can be classified as a style of Qigong because it cultivates, moves and helps balance the Qi.
What kind of Qigong do you teach?
There are countless forms of Qigong available but we focus on Medical Qigong and Daoist Qigong forms. Among others we offer; Zhi Neng Qigong, Guo Lin Qigong, Inner Visioning Qigong Meditations, Microcosmic Orbit, TaiJi MingMu Gong and Foundations of Daoist Internal Alchemy practices.
What is Qigong good for?
As you can imagine, Medical Qigong practices have a focus on health, healing and wellness of the body, mind and spirit. Daoist, Buddhist, Confusion, Martial and Folk Qigong's have varied origins and uses but we stick to the practices that offer the chance to tune into the Qi and find health, harmony and balance within.
What is Meditation?
Meditation can be defined as a practice by which an individual focuses the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity – to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state. Meditation is very broad and can be difficult to define, as practices vary between traditions, styles and schools.
What kind of Meditation do you teach?
As mentioned above, our Chinese medicine, Qigong and Daoist training offers us various forms of meditation (under the banner of Qigong). And Also offers a collection of Buddhist, holistic and mindfulness style meditations through her extensive training at the Gawler Foundation, Gampo abbey and in her degree with the Phoenix Institute.
What is Meditation good for?
If you google it; it can be said that Meditation may be used with the aim of reducing stress, anxiety/depression, and increasing peace, perception, self-concept, and well-being. But if you asked us, what we offer it for... it's a great tool to learn how to empower yourself to take your health and wellbeing into your own hands.