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The Chi Kung style we call BioKi Kung Combines Exercise and Meditation for a gentle relaxing way to keep fit. It is suitable for all ages and abilities and the classes are taught in a fun, friendly stress free manner. Anyone of any fitness level will benefit The benefits of Chi Kung Improve circulation and control of blood pressure. Improve Cardiovascular fitness. Improve muscle tone. Improve flexibility. Improve your focus and performance in any sport. Control stress and give a general feeling of well being. It is particularly useful for persons recuperating from illness or who are just feeling their age. Ki Gung is known by several different terms such as Qui Gung, Qigong,  and Chi Kung. All these names refer to the same practice. Popular practices such as Tai Chi, Kung Fu and the many martial arts have their roots in Ki Gung. The basis of Ki Gung is that through harnessing the power of Ki through exercise and meditation we can improve our health and well being prolonging a youthful life well into old age. Ki is an energy that can be used by us all to improve our well being. It is known to the Chinese as Chi is known to the Japanese as Ki to the Indians as Prana and to the ancient Britons as Awen. The history of Ki Gung can be traced back to prehistoric times in China. The first book known to contain information on Ki Gung  was called The Yellow Emperors Classic of Internal Medicine and is thought to date back to around 700 bc. Nobody knows when man first became aware of Ki.  It maybe that to primitive man living in his natural environment Ki was part of his natural existence. Ki Gung has its roots back in the ancient Chinese religion system of Toa, The ancient teachings of  Ki Gung were almost lost during the years under the rule of Chairman Mao and it was not until the decline of the Maoism that Ki Gung has become open knowledge to western civilisation. BioKi Gung uses light gentle physical exercises and poses to help build up internal energy. Breathing, Meditation and Visualisation are important parts of the system. Ki, Chi, Qui or Prana are all different terms for life energy or life force. Ki Gung roughly translates to daily practice with regard to life energy. BioKi Gung is a fitness programme that will improve the health and vitality of virtually anyone no matter what their age or current physical condition. It will improve fitness, your flexibility, reduce the effects of stress and help you deal with the trials and tribulations of daily life. With BioKi Gung We obtain all the benefits of traditional Chi Kung  with out the need to study ancient Chinese History. All of the names for the exercises are translated  into easily understood English words The time for secrets is over. It stands to reason that you do not need to be a Chinese Buddhist monk to enjoy the benefits of Ki Gung. Anyone can enjoy the benefits of Ki Gung without visiting a Chinese Monastery Chi Kung is known by several different terms such as Qui Gung, Qigong,  Ki Gung and Chi Gung. All these names refer to the same practice. Most of the modern literature relates to Chinese history of Chi Kung. Popular practices such as Tai Chi, Kung Fu and the many martial arts have their roots in Chi Kung. The basis of Chi Kung is that through harnessing the power of Chi through exercise and meditation we can improve our health and well being. Chi is an energy that can be used by us all to improve our well being. Chi is known to the Japanese as Ki  to the Indians as Prana and to the ancient Britons as Awen. The history of Chi Kung can be traced back to prehistoric times in China. The first book known to contain information on Chi- Kung was called The Yellow Emporers Classic of Internal Medicine and is thought to date back to around 700 bc. Nobody knows when man first became aware of Chi. It maybe that to primitive man living in his natural environment Chi was part of his natural existence. It stands to reason that you do not need to be a Chinese Buddhist monk to enjoy the benefits of Chi Kung. Chi Kung exercises will Improve circulation and control of blood pressure. Improve Cardiovascular fitness. Improve muscle tone. Improve flexibility. Improve your focus and performance in any sport.
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The Chi Kung style we call BioKi Kung Combines Exercise and Meditation for a gentle relaxing way to keep fit. It is suitable for all ages and abilities and the classes are taught in a fun, friendly stress free manner. Anyone of any fitness level will benefit The benefits of Chi Kung Improve circulation and control of blood pressure. Improve Cardiovascular fitness. Improve muscle tone. Improve flexibility. Improve your focus and performance in any sport. Control stress and give a general feeling of well being. It is particularly useful for persons recuperating from illness or who are just feeling their age. Ki Gung is known by several different terms such as Qui Gung, Qigong,  and Chi Kung. All these names refer to the same practice. Popular practices such as Tai Chi, Kung Fu and the many martial arts have their roots in Ki Gung. The basis of Ki Gung is that through harnessing the power of Ki through exercise and meditation we can improve our health and well being prolonging a youthful life well into old age. Ki is an energy that can be used by us all to improve our well being. It is known to the Chinese as Chi is known to the Japanese as Ki to the Indians as Prana and to the ancient Britons as Awen. The history of Ki Gung can be traced back to prehistoric times in China. The first book known to contain information on Ki Gung  was called The Yellow Emperors Classic of Internal Medicine and is thought to date back to around 700 bc. Nobody knows when man first became aware of Ki.  It maybe that to primitive man living in his natural environment Ki was part of his natural existence. Ki Gung has its roots back in the ancient Chinese religion system of Toa, The ancient teachings of  Ki Gung were almost lost during the years under the rule of Chairman Mao and it was not until the decline of the Maoism that Ki Gung has become open knowledge to western civilisation. BioKi Gung uses light gentle physical exercises and poses to help build up internal energy. Breathing, Meditation and Visualisation are important parts of the system. Ki, Chi, Qui or Prana are all different terms for life energy or life force. Ki Gung roughly translates to daily practice with regard to life energy. BioKi Gung is a fitness programme that will improve the health and vitality of virtually anyone no matter what their age or current physical condition. It will improve fitness, your flexibility, reduce the effects of stress and help you deal with the trials and tribulations of daily life. With BioKi Gung We obtain all the benefits of traditional Chi Kung  with out the need to study ancient Chinese History. All of the names for the exercises are translated  into easily understood English words The time for secrets is over. It stands to reason that you do not need to be a Chinese Buddhist monk to enjoy the benefits of Ki Gung. Anyone can enjoy the benefits of Ki Gung without visiting a Chinese Monastery Chi Kung is known by several different terms such as Qui Gung, Qigong,  Ki Gung and Chi Gung. All these names refer to the same practice. Most of the modern literature relates to Chinese history of Chi Kung. Popular practices such as Tai Chi, Kung Fu and the many martial arts have their roots in Chi Kung. The basis of Chi Kung is that through harnessing the power of Chi through exercise and meditation we can improve our health and well being. Chi is an energy that can be used by us all to improve our well being. Chi is known to the Japanese as Ki  to the Indians as Prana and to the ancient Britons as Awen. The history of Chi Kung can be traced back to prehistoric times in China. The first book known to contain information on Chi- Kung was called The Yellow Emporers Classic of Internal Medicine and is thought to date back to around 700 bc. Nobody knows when man first became aware of Chi. It maybe that to primitive man living in his natural environment Chi was part of his natural existence. It stands to reason that you do not need to be a Chinese Buddhist monk to enjoy the benefits of Chi Kung. Chi Kung exercises will Improve circulation and control of blood pressure. Improve Cardiovascular fitness. Improve muscle tone. Improve flexibility. Improve your focus and performance in any sport.