Master Mingtong Gu, founder of The Chi Center, will answer your questions live, about how Qigong (pronounced chee – Gong) has helped his students in their Parkinson’s recovery and explains how the practice can help you. Master Gu trained in Wisdom Healing Qigong at the largest Qigong medicine-less hospital in China. Wisdom Healing Qigong is the form of medical Qigong that matches ancient movements, meditation and sounds to fit modern medical conditions. Qigong is very beneficial to Parkinson’s, because it reconnects the mind and the body— helping the mind focus, the brain build neural connections, the body move, the heart find joy. Neuroscience is now able to map the changes in the brain from a practice like Qigong. Master Gu offers online courses so that people of all ages with challenging health conditions can practice anywhere. He leads the only North American WHQ Retreats modeled on China’s successful program, offering 5-30 day intensive practice for chronic and acute conditions, including Parkinson’s. The Chi Center is located in Sonoma County CA. www.chicenter.com
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