The World Health Qigong Day will be held globally on 12nd September 2020.
The World Health Qigong Day is celebrated on the 2nd Saturday in September. Organised by the International Health Qigong Federation (IHQF), it coordinates the practice of Health Qigong (HQ) at 10am local time in 51 countries and regions, in 5 continents across the world. Globally, Health Qigong will be practiced non-stop for 24 hours from east to west. Starting in New Zealand and ending in Canada, the event proved an enormous worldwide success.
Health Qigong is an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Fluid physical movements, mental cultivation and regulated breathing guides promote the free flow of energy (Qi) throughout the body. This helps to balance Yin and Yang, improve general health and give a greater sense of well-being.
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HQ is an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Fluid physical movements, mental cultivation and regulated breathing guides and promotes the free flow of energy (Qi) throughout the body, which helps to balance Yin and Yang, improve general health and a greater sense of well-being.
The benefits and practice of HQ have been growing in popularity worldwide. The first World Health Qigong Day proved an enormous success and will be held on the second Sunday of August each year. Many people became aware of what HQ is and its many health benefits.
Qigong is now regarded within the Chinese health and medical science fields as “a shining pearl in Traditional Chinese Medicine”. It has helped millions of people with severe and lingering health problems to improve their health. Over 40 countries have adopted Dao Yin Qigong with over 4 million people currently practice this art.
Please come and join us to practice Health Qigong and Tai Chi for the harmony of mind and body.
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day is an annual event held on the last Saturday of April each year since 1999. Millions of Tai Chi& and Qigong practitioners from around 80 countries joined this global movement to promote the health benefits of these ancient arts