Qi-gong in Melbourne offers medical qigong classes including meditation, breathing exercises and self healing techniques. Qigong classes are conducted by Sifu Garry and Sifu Linda Baniecki, whom have been teaching Qigong in Melbourne since 1998. Qigong in Melbourne teaches medical qigong in Greensborough, Melbourne.
Qi-gong, often spelt Chi-Kung, is the study and practice of cultivating vital energy-life force through various techniques, including: breathing correction, postures, guidance of thought, visualization and meditation.
Practicing Qigong will assist to correct the imbalances that have accumulated during a person’s lifetime. Imbalances occur from negative emotions, stress, anger, anxiety, depression, grief, (negative emotions of the vital organs), trauma or injury, improper diet, excessive sexual activity, lack of exercise, etc. Imbalances or genetic dispositions are also acquired from our parents.
The Qi that regulates our entire body must flow unobstructed, like a river. If there is a blockage, Qi becomes stagnant and prevents other parts of the body from being nourished. If the Qi flows too rapidly, it causes degeneration or exhaustion of the internal organs. The practice of Qigong helps to balance these energies, filling deficiencies and removing excess.
Wai Dan – involves physical movement, breathing and meditation
Nei Dan – involves sitting meditation and guidance of thought or visualization
According to the traditional teachings of Qigong, beginners first learn physical movements coordinated with breathing techniques. They practice sets of exercises (similar to Tai Chi) until each movement or posture is perfected. Once they learn the form, the next step is to find the subtle flow or fluctuation of energy within the postures, movements, breathing patterns, and transitions. This is called moving meditation.
Among the exercises, there are many postures that are held for long periods of time. These postures are somewhat similar to those of yoga. They are practised to strengthen the limbs and increase energetic flow. These postures are called Jum Jong.
Still meditation focuses on becoming more focused with the breath, body, and mind.
Qigong uses combinations of these practices to promote health and improve digestion; boost the immune system; and relieve headaches, sinus congestion, aches and pain, and stress, and much more.
There are many forms and styles of Qigong, but, we are only concerned with the 2 below.
Qigong and Tai Chi are excellent forms of exercise to help balance a Western Society Life Style.
Medical Qigong will help to strengthen your Immune system, deal with stressful situations, restore the vitality of your Internal Organs, and enhance your Psychology and Spirit.
If you suffer from stress and anxiety, want dietary advice, learn to regulate your breathing, need to restore your energy level, want to control your temper and maybe you are stiff and sore, then give Sifu Garry or Sifu Linda a call on +61 401 530 643.
Qi means “breath” or “air” and is considered the “vital-life-force” or “life-force energy.” This vital-life-force penetrates and permeates everything in the universe.
Gong means “exercise” or “effort” and is the commitment an individual puts into any practice or skill that requires time, patience and dedication.
Qigong in Melbourne training lays emphasis on the cultivation, balance, strengthening and flow of Qi or vital energy of the Universe, through the body. This in turn increases blood circulation, stimulates the nervous system and endocrine glands, regulates the physiological functions of the vital organs and balances Yin and Yang energy.
Medical Qigong restores the vital energy expended throughout life, improving health and strengthening the body, promoting well being and longevity. Qigong stimulates change.
Through study, the individual develops the ability to manipulate Qi to promote self-healing, prevent disease, and increase longevity.
Contact Sifu Garry +61 401 530 643
Qigong in Melbourne workshop classes are conducted in Greensborough, a northern suburb of Melbourne. Sifu Garry Baniecki conducts four 8 week workshops during the year, teaching Medical Qigong Practices, Meditation, Breathing Exercises, Self Healing and Relaxation Techniques, Stress Management, Breathing Correction and Tai Chi.
(tel) 0401 530 643
Workshop 3 – Every Wednesday 7.30pm – 8.30pm – Start July 18th – September 5th
Costs: $120 for workers – $105 for concession card holders or $25 as you go.
TAOIST QI-GONG WORKSHOP 3 FOR 2018
Week 1: Self-healing technique Deer drinking Qigong – Tai Chi 10 movement Qigong.
Week 2: Tai Chi 10 movement – Tantien Breathing.
Week 3: Qi-gong muscle, tendon & bone conditioning – Micro Cosmic Orbit – Opening important energy Centers.
Week 4: Tai Chi 10 movement Qigong – Micro Cosmic Orbit and the Endocrine Glands.
Week 5: Heart meditation – importance of keeping the heart strong, relaxed and happy – Micro Cosmic Orbit.
Week 6: 10 Movement Tai Chi Qigong – Buddhist Sleeping Qi-gong.
Week 7: 10 Movement Tai Chi Qi-gong – Cancer walking.
Week 8: Macro Cosmic Orbit Meditation – Tai Chi 10 movement.
Qi-Gong in Melbourne conducts medical qigong classes in Greensborough, a northern suburb of melbourne, Australia.
Qigong in Melbourne conducts 4 Medical Qigong Workshops throughout the year.
Meditation Techniques, Breathing Correction
Self Healing Techniques, Breathing Exercises, Tai Chi
Moving Meditation, Vocal Qigong
Greensborough – 24 Lorimer Street (Tel) +61 401 530 643
Tai Chi is an integral aspect of Qigong practise, being classified as moving meditation – “In movement there is stillness”
Tai chi and Qigong share similar ambitions with an individual’s health and longevity.
Sifu Linda and Sifu Garry has been teaching various forms of Tai Chi for 20 years.
Classes are conducted on Wednesday and Thursday mornings in Diamond Creek.
Tai Chi classes are conducted outdoors, utilising the fresh air and river scenery to enhance one’s practise.
There are 4 workshops throughout the year.
Diamond Creek Tai Chi – 22 Watkins St Parklands – (tel) 0401 530 643
Diamond Creek Tai Chi 8 week workshop 2 starts Wednesday April 18th 10.00am – 11.00am – Outdoor Practise
Tai Chi 10 movement
Tai Chi 24 movement
Tai Chi 42 movement