​"Qi" (pronounced "Chee"), is the Chinese word which is closest translated to "Energy". The Japanese call it "Ki" (AiKido, and the current trend that is sweeping the nation, of reiKi), and in India, the Yogi's refer to it as "Prana". Qi is the energetic root of TaiJi (Tai Chi), Kung Fu (yes all of your favorite martial arts movie actors know Kung Fu and QiGong, and likely TaiJi as well), as well as being the basis for acupuncture and all of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Both guided meditation and solitary mindfulness meditations have far too many benefits to list. Here are some of the highly validated benefits of a regular Qigong Practice (Source: Eric Imbody, an outstanding Qigong instructor in Denver, CO):

Reduces symptoms of depression (30 studies)

Reduces high blood pressure

Improves blood flow to the brain, hands, and feet

Lowers the risk factors in stroke (36 studies)

Improves cardiac (heart function) efficiency

Reduces incidences of "Type A" behaviors (irritability, aggression, and 

     frequent feelings of time-pressure) considered risk factors for heart disease

Less reactivity to stressful events

Increases ability to enter Alpha and Theta brain states at will (meditative bra

Improves lung capacity and function

Increases exercise capacity with COPD patients

Reduces Asthma attacks

Reduces pain and growth rates for operable cancers

Lowers fatigue and cortisol levels 

Improves immunity and quality of life in cancer patients 

Improves hearing, vision, and ability to work

Enhances cognitive functioning

Reduces falls in seniors

Significant improvement in motor functioning and balance for those with Parkinson's Disease 

Increases levels of enzymes which protect cells from free radicals

Increases endorphin levels

increases DHEA levels

​Trifecta Method Coaching has taken Qigong online! Not only are we happy to schedule a class for you, your friends, your school, or your office, we have a full online supplement for our most popular coursework! 

​"Qi" (pronounced "Chee"), is the Chinese word which is closest translated to "Energy". The Japanese call it "Ki" (AiKido, and the current trend that is sweeping the nation, of reiKi), and in India, the Yogi's refer to it as "Prana". Qi is the energetic root of TaiJi (Tai Chi), Kung Fu (yes all of your favorite martial arts movie actors know Kung Fu and QiGong, and likely TaiJi as well), as well as being the basis for acupuncture and all of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Both guided meditation and solitary mindfulness meditations have far too many benefits to list. Here are some of the highly validated benefits of a regular Qigong Practice (Source: Eric Imbody, an outstanding Qigong instructor in Denver, CO):

Reduces symptoms of depression (30 studies)

Reduces high blood pressure

Improves blood flow to the brain, hands, and feet

Lowers the risk factors in stroke (36 studies)

Improves cardiac (heart function) efficiency

Reduces incidences of "Type A" behaviors (irritability, aggression, and 

     frequent feelings of time-pressure) considered risk factors for heart disease

Less reactivity to stressful events

Increases ability to enter Alpha and Theta brain states at will (meditative bra

Improves lung capacity and function

Increases exercise capacity with COPD patients

Reduces Asthma attacks

Reduces pain and growth rates for operable cancers

Lowers fatigue and cortisol levels 

Improves immunity and quality of life in cancer patients 

Improves hearing, vision, and ability to work

Enhances cognitive functioning

Reduces falls in seniors

Significant improvement in motor functioning and balance for those with Parkinson's Disease 

Increases levels of enzymes which protect cells from free radicals

Increases endorphin levels

increases DHEA levels

​Trifecta Method Coaching has taken Qigong online! Not only are we happy to schedule a class for you, your friends, your school, or your office, we have a full online supplement for our most popular coursework! 

Qigong / Tai-Chi

Qigong / Tai-Chi