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Qigong, a revered practice in China and across the globe, combines moving meditation, fluid movements, deep breathing, and a tranquil state of mind for exercise, relaxation, self-healing, and more. This ancient technique is celebrated for its role in recreation, preventive healthcare, alternative medicine, meditation, self-cultivation, and martial arts training.

At the heart of Qigong is 'Qi' or 'chi' — often seen as life energy that circulates within the body, yet broadly encompassing universal energies like heat and light. Qi represents a vital force, linking matter, energy, and spirit in traditional Chinese philosophy and martial arts.

'Gong' translates to cultivation or work, embodying practice, skill, and mastery. Together, 'Qigong' signifies the discipline of cultivating and balancing life energy, with a focus on enhancing health and wellbeing.

Historically, the term Qigong gained prominence in the mid-20th century, highlighting the practice's health benefits and scientific basis, while moving away from its spiritual and mystical roots.

Practicing Qigong can harmonize and invigorate the body's organs and systems, boosting energy flow and offering rejuvenating effects. It is associated with improved longevity, calmness, and emotional stability.

*While Qigong complements traditional medicine, it's not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment.

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