Diabetic Qi Gong Practitioners


Diabetic Qi Gong Practitioners

A group of Diabetics who practice Qi Gong a 5000 year old form of moving meditation from China

Location: Herndon Virginia
Members: 7
Latest Activity: Aug 22

Diabetes Forum

Medical vs "regular" chi gung...?

Started by Stuart Jun 28, 2013. 0 Replies

What is the difference between "medical" chi gung and regular qi gong practice(s)? Both seem physical activities? Most appear to be slow moving, not very "dynamic"-aerobic by in large.So what makes…Continue

Tags: chikung, qi-gung, chi-gung, kung, qigung

Diabetic Qi Gung sets... ?

Started by Stuart. Last reply by Siri May 12, 2013. 7 Replies

The People's Republic of China ("mainland china") has been re-inventing much older exercises since the days of the cultural revolution. Killing off , "re-educating" (torturing) the traditional…Continue

Tags: chi-gung, qi-gung, qi, gung, diabetic

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Comment by Pastelpainter on November 14, 2012 at 2:08am

I practice qi gong before I do Tai Chi for Arthritis and Tai Chi for Diabetes. It is a good warm up exercise and very helpful for the breathing.

Comment by Siri on November 13, 2012 at 11:52pm
I practice medical qi gong and It is just great. I also practice taiji. It's gold for my overall well beeing, and I find my blood sugar to bee dead straight during the whole night including the morning after when I've been to practice in the evening. Otherwise I' m never able to achieve overnight blood sugars like that.
Comment by Chaya on December 11, 2011 at 10:53pm

I would like to learn more about Qi Gong


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