What is medical Qi-Gong

Qi Gong (pronounced chi kong) is a traditional Chinese gymnastics based on the science of breathing, which is based on the knowledge, regulation and control of vital energy. It is associated with slow movements, breathing and concentration exercises. The term literally means "exercise (gong) relating to Qi", interpreted as "mastery of vital energy".

In a broader perspective, "qi gong" means "method and efficiency of breathing" and combines traditional techniques of gymnastics, breathing, meditation and visualization.
The observed effects of regular qi gong practice range from increased ability to prevent and heal illness or injury, to increased quality of life, longevity and self-development.

The practice of Qi Gong regulates the following three key elements:
- Regulation of the body. This refers to the adjustment of body postures and relaxation exercises. Ideally, a natural posture is easy, not being forced by the will but supported by the power of Qi.
- Breathing regulation. This refers to breathing and Qi driving exercises.
- Regulation of the mind. This refers to the regulation of mental activities, including quietness and concentration.
Your teacher, Barbara, will meet you in comfortable clothes every Tuesday from 9:00 to 10:00.
Number of places limited to 10 people per course.

Prices :
CHF 20 for residents at the Ovronnaz baths
CHf 25.- for non-residents

For more information and to register for courses contact our Wellness Department: 027 305 11 25