Can CFQ Qigong help you?

Articles on Qigong

The Healing Practice of Qigong


Dr. Andrew Weil — Qigong Eases Fibromyalgia Pain

Dr. Weil talks about the results of the Fibromyalgia study conducted at Dalhousie University using CFQ Qigong.


WebMD - Health Benefits of Qigong

This article cites a 20 year hypertension study showing a stabilization and reduction in blood pressure along with a number of other benefits through the practice of Qigong*.


Wall Street Journal - The Intriguing Health Benefits of Qigong

A story on the benefiits of Qigong* and reduction of depressesion and improvements in quality of life of people living with cancer.


*there are many types of Qigong, CFQ is for healing only and is not a martial art.

CFQ Qigong is helpful for people who are looking for a path to learn relaxation techniques that support and enhance their everyday lives, reducing the effects of stress and enhancing well-being and peacefulness.


When practiced daily, typical benefits of CFQ Qigong include:

  • slowed effect of aging

  • increased confidence

  • improvement in chronic conditions

  • increased immune function

  • musculoskelatal realignment

  • freedom from excessive thoughts, anxiety, panic attacks,
    emotional distress and fear

  • more restful sleep

  • mental clarity, focus and a reduction in mind chatter


CFQ is simple, versatile and requires no equipment. Movements are done in a slow rhythmic manner and promote full use of the body in both standing and seated positions.


Because of the gentleness of the movements, CFQ Qigong can be practiced by people of all ages and almost any condition of health. Expectant mothers are advised to wait until after delivery to begin their practice.


My best advice: 

Let go and approach CFQ with an open heart and mind to find out for yourself whether CFQ healing is helpful for you.


Give CFQ a try.

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Chaoyi Fanhuan Qigong (CFQ Qigong)
Level 1 Dynamic Healing techniques support your everyday life and offers a map to rescue yourself and arrive at physical and emotional well-being. 


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