I started my healing journey in the 1990s. Nearly 3 decades later, I’m still on the path — not because I haven’t found healing, but because it is a lifelong process.
With qigong, the healing goes deeper than you can possibly imagine. You don’t just heal your body; you heal your mind, your emotions, and your spirit too. This is why I and so many of my students are head-over-heels in love with the art of qigong.
Is qigong ALL that you need? Are you disrespecting the art of qigong if you use multiple methods of Eastern or holistic healing? What about combining it with Western modalities?
In other words, is qigong so powerful that you’ll never need any other healing methods once you start practicing it?
In today’s Walk & Talk, I address these issues. And you might be surprised by my answers! (Then again, if you’ve been studying with me for a while you probably won’t be surprised.)
Either way, I hope you enjoy this video.
(Note: Click here if you want to check out my friend Elisha’s foam rolling and fascia release training series that I mentioned in the video. It’s free.)
I also hope we can chat in the comments. Let’s talk about healing modalities you’ve found helpful along your own healing journey. How do you fit them in with your qigong practice?
(Note: This video starts off with some wind noise. But it quickly gets better. Thanks for your patience and your understanding!)
Best regards, Sifu Anthony I’m Anthony Korahais, and I used qigong to heal from clinical depression, low back pain, anxiety, and chronic fatigue. I’ve already taught thousands of people from all over the world how to use qigong for their own stubborn health challenges. As the director of Flowing Zen and a board member for the National Qigong Association, I'm fully committed to helping people with these arts. In addition to my blog, I also teach online courses and offer in-person retreats and workshops.