9 Best Articles on Qigong
The most useful articles on qigong from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Qigong Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on qigong by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- Yoga, Pilates, tai chi, qigong — what’s best for me?
- The Healing Art & Science of QiGong
- ‘A massive spiritual shift’: how the mindful movement of qigong can treat addiction
- How to Get All the Benefits of Meditation by Balancing
- 3 Self-Massage Techniques for Longevity
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How to Get All the Benefits of Meditation by Balancing
Think of balancing as a form of dynamic meditation practice, similar to Tai Chi, qigong, or yoga. And it can be as easy or complex as you want it to be.
Short on time? Check out these useful short articles on qigong—all under 10 minutes.
Yoga, Pilates, tai chi, qigong — what’s best for me?
Mindfulness and mind-body practices are hot, and some of the most popular mind-body exercises are yoga, Pilates, qigong and tai chi. All four integrate movement, breathing exercises and meditation.…
The Healing Art & Science of QiGong
The first qigong expert to lecture about qigong in North American medical schools, Ken Cohen explains how he has helped the practice bridge the more mysterious healing arts with the sciences.
3 Self-Massage Techniques for Longevity
Watch: Qigong healer Robert Peng demonstrates a rejuvenating self-massage to help you live a longer, healthier life. ,
The martial art qigong uses meditation and movement to forge inner connections
With more time to practice qigong, I could tell I’d be able to connect in a new way to my own energy; even with just one class, I felt reconnected to me.
‘A massive spiritual shift’: how the mindful movement of qigong can treat addiction
The gentle motion, breathing and meditation stop the mind ‘wandering to negative thoughts’, says a recovering Victorian addict
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on qigong.
An Ancient Remedy for Modern Times
Qigong master Mingtong Gu shares a process for self-discovery by establishing a relationship with energy, the driving force of nature that affects all of our experiences.
Qigong 101: How to Get Started
An introduction to the ancient system of improving your life through practice and perseverance
Zhan Zhuang Qigong is a martial art that combines meditation with physical rigor — by standing…
Physically it’s more challenging than it sounds—when you first start, your fast-twitch muscles are likely to rebel by shaking and…
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