If you’re like most of my readers, then you want to heal, to feel fully alive, and reach your full potential in life. You’re interested in finding effective solutions to things like depression, chronic pain, anxiety, fatigue, and stress. Maybe you’re interested in mindfulness practices like qigong and tai chi, but there’s too little time, and so much information to sift through.
Maybe you feel like this reader:
It’s cliché, but I’m sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. I’m in pain all the time, I’m anxious, and I’m exhausted. I tried yoga, but it wasn’t for me. I feel like qigong and tai chi might be able help me, but I just don’t know where to start, or if I’ll stick with it once I do.
If so, you’re not alone.
I Know How You Feel…
I know what it feels like to suffer from depression, anxiety, chronic low-back pain, fatigue, and massive stress.
For years, I struggled to find balance. I was in my 20s, I had just graduated from Columbia University, and I knew that something was wrong. At the time, I didn’t realize that it was clinical depression, and I had no clue what an anxiety attack was.
But I knew that I had back pain, and I knew that I was unwell, and so I started searching. I’m so grateful that I found qigong and tai chi.
What brought me out of the darkness was learning to let not just my body, but also my breath and my energy flow.
Some people don’t understand how a combination of movement, breath, and meditation can be medicine. But the ancient Eastern masters did. They understood. And I’m so grateful to them for passing these amazing healing arts down through the generations.
What is Qigong?
Not exactly sure what qigong is? This 97-second video will answer the question:
My Goal With This Website
With this website, my mission is to give you the tools you need to succeed with qigong and tai chi. From practical information on qigong and tai chi, to useful tools, to strategies for learning — my goal is to empower you to get powerful healing from these arts.
If you’re new to my site (and you likely wouldn’t be on this page if you weren’t), then here is some reading to get you started.
Here are my most popular blog posts of all time. You might want to bookmark this page because the articles below contain as much content as a print book — for free. Plus, there are free audios and videos in the posts as well!
Enjoy learning more about these amazing arts!
- Lifting the Sky: Best Qigong Exercise Ever?
- Tips From a Kung Fu Master: Willpower Isn’t What You Think
- [Audio] Instantly Increase Your Happiness With This Easy Zen Technique
- Why You Need Qigong If You Struggle with Chronic Pain
- The 15 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Qigong
- My Name is Inigo Montoya and I am a Tai Chi Master
- Why You Shouldn’t Take Ginseng (or Any Chinese Herbs)
- 5 Things You Should Know About The Mindfulness Craze
- The #1 Mistake in Qigong, Tai Chi, and Meditation
- How to Spot Bad Qigong and Tai Chi Teachers
- The Difference Between Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Chai Tea
- What We Can (and Can’t) Heal
- [Video] Fix Your Eyesight With These 8 Qigong Techniques
Or, if you’re an avid reader like me and you want to see all of my blog posts since 2011, you can check out the blog index:
How To Get Started
I’m a professional teacher and this is my full-time job, but I always offer lots of freebies on my website and via my insider’s email list.
For example, you can start learning right now for free…
I hope you’ll consider joining our awesome Flowing Zen Qigong Community on Facebook. This group is full of people who are in love with the art of qigong.
If you want to see my current programs, both free and paid, then click here.
Thanks for reading. I look forward to connecting with you in the future, and to helping you, your friends, and your family to live a healthier, happier life! 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, 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.