Wuji Qigong Exercise with Francesco & Daisy

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Francesco & Daisy Practicing Qigong

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  1. Edie Wallace says:

    Dear folks,

    I purchased your Beginner’s DVD just over a month ago. I am so impressed with your instruction, which appears to be exceptionally respectful of the traditional intent of Wuji Qigong. I have had wonderful results from my initial practice of Wuji Qigong as it has dramatically quieted a pinched nerve in my SI joint. I love that this practice centers on strengthening the spine and turning at the waist, and that internal movement of mind and spirit are cultivated. I have found that this qigong practice blends extremely well with my taijiquan practice.

    I am a 3rd year student of Northern Wu style taijiquan, as handed down by Grand Master Wang Peisheng through Master Zhang Yun (in Pittsburgh) and his disciple Paul Cote in Maryland. GM Wang was determined to hold to the traditional intent of taijiquan as an internal martial art, an art from which both fighting skill and health benefits are gained through the development of internal focus of mind and spirit. Most other styles of taiji have evolved, at least in the U.S., to be primarily a health exercise – a good one, but incomplete. Believe, I am no martial artist. But I am determined to faithfully train the whole of taijiquan in order to reap the full benefit of the practice.

    Anyway, I thank you for sharing this wonderful qigong practice in such an honest way. If you ever come to the Mid-Atlantic states area I would love to meet you and learn more from you.

    Be well!
    Edie

    • Aloha Edie!

      Thank you for your kind words and for sharing your personal practice experience. This work goes so deep and touches every aspect of our lives, so I take it to heart and am grateful to have the opportunity to share such meaningful work. I wish you all the best in your continued discovery of Qigong and Tai Chi. Thank you again. Peace… Francesco

  2. Because I believe that you have given me a great gift, I want to say thank you for creating an engaging and meaningful introduction to Qigong. A former firefighter with two small children, I suffered a sever back injury on the job two years ago. Since then I have struggled to re-imagine myself amidst pain killers, surgeries, therapy. To say the least it has been difficult to find happiness at times. I started Qigong with the hope that it could help me define a drug free path to being a capable, patient, and loving husband and father. It has. I can’t recall feeling so alive as I work through these exercises each day. I look forward to tomorrow when I can do them again. I think this is something you should know.

    Tim

    • Dear Tim,

      Aloha!

      Thank you for sharing your situation… You are not alone. So many of us have had to face debilitating health challenges and found Qigong to be a fantastic path to healing and self empowerment. What I love about Qigong is how we move from being a “victim” and relying on someone to “heal” or “fix” us… and instead take charge and learn the amazing abilities that lie dormant within us. This is a great time in history for us to remember our wonderful inner potential to live life to the fullest!

      All the best to you and your family.

      Peace… Francesco

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