Chinese medicine on the move …
Qigong is considered the oldest branch of Chinese medicine, the source of the other therapeutic modalities we offer at the clinic. The various health disorders always begin with simple energy blockages and the person who practices Qigong sets out on a journey to the root of the emotional, mental and physical causes of their ailments.
It is very likely that you will come away with some personalized Qigong exercises. These exercises aim to stimulate the circulation of body fluids, to encourage the proper functioning of the organs, to relax and tone the muscles, to soften the tendons … It can also be a question of adjusting the posture, promoting the circulation of emotions or even flexibility and clarity of thought. Depending on the situation, this can take different forms: slow movements, static postures, meditations, breathing exercises etc. Done in a fair way, a regularly repeated exercise engages a new memory in the body and makes it possible to thwart the mechanisms which hinder the cure. Qigong supports the body in its constant work of self-regulation and the benefits can be felt very quickly. By engaging in the exploration of Qigong, the person offers himself the opportunity to develop a new sensitivity in his relationship to the world. This sensitivity can naturally give rise to profound changes in one’s lifestyle.
Choose to direct the movement of your being towards authentic fluidity.
Qigong treatment is itself a context of deep relaxation, inviting the harmonization of vital energies. It promotes the integration of physiological, psycho-emotional and spiritual planes into the healing process. Through sustained personal practice, the Qigong therapist develops abilities to perceive and encourage the flow of vital energy. The treatment experience allows the person consulting to open up to a new feeling about often unconscious aspects that participate in the balance of their being. Following a brief interview, you will receive the treatment lying on a massage table, with your clothes. Most techniques involve very little physical contact, if at all. The therapist can optionally use the emission of different sounds of therapeutic significance.