Medical Qigong Therapy for Natural Health
Pronounced “chee-kung,” the phrase, literally translated, means “energy of life.” There are a number of sources from which a human bio-system can be nourished to create physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health. Medical Qigong therapy is the eldest therapeutic modality of Chinese medicine.
The goal of Medical Qigong is to correct bio-energetic imbalances and blockages in the body. This therapy enables the body to return to its natural state of health and harmony. Deep-seated emotional body can be purified and released. The relationship between mind-body-sprit gives rise to regulate the internal organs, the nervous system and the immune system. This therapy can address many health concerns, including mental, physical or emotional stressors, physical pain, etc.
In our clinic Ty Oh is also a Doctor of natural medicine where he specialized in the Medical Qigong. He is proud of his lineage of Yan Xin Qigong. Yan Xin Qigong is most popular form of medical meditation. Ty Oh has successfully mastered the Child Longevity Nine Step Qigong during last 20 years of his practice mainly under his sifu Dr. Keumsun Yoon who is a beloved student of Dr. Yan Xin.
In our clinic we offer two methods; Passive style and active style medical qigong.
Passive style medical qigong;
A patient lies down on a massage table, and is instructed on what to imagine, how to breathe. One receives external qi from the doctor and do meditations to achieve bio-resonance between patient and qigong doctor. Follow-up sessions are half an hour in length. The frequency of visits changes according to the patient’s progresses in treatment.
Active style medical qigong;
A patient may attend qigong classes every week, and practiced qigong at home. One learns about the Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as cultivates one’s own energy through Qigong practice. It is a comprehensive system of health care, addressing the root cause of symptoms or disease, while treating the client as a whole. Medical qigong treatments are based upon a differential diagnosis rooted in Chinese medical theory.