An Ancient Method of Healing and Fitness
Yan Xin Qigong is a part of Traditional Chinese Qigong.
Traditional Chinese Qigong (pronounced chee-gung) is an ancient
method for healing and fitness. Her practice in Asia dates
back to 3500 to 5000 years ago. Her rudimentary principles (literally means "working with energy") can be found in
acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, the martial arts, and many
But Yan Xin Qigong is no mere historical
records, she can be applied to the practice and verification of modern
human beings. Her movements, meditations and visualizations are actively
practiced today by more and more people in China and throughout the world.
the same time, Yan Xin Qigong emphasizes more on the cultivation of virtue and
scientific spirit, and seeks the guidance of modern scientific spirit in
the practice and exploration of Traditional Chinese Qigong. Thus she has been well-recognized
and recommended by many govermental authorities such as New
York State Senate, the State of
California and the State of Colorado.
With as little as 20 minutes to an
hour of daily practice, Yan Xin Qigong can produce substantial benefits
including improvements in health, energy and efficiency; enhanced
relaxation and stress reduction; weight adjustment and beautification,
improved sleep quality; improved psychological balance, and a reduction in
symptoms or even a cure of many diseases. (More about Yan Xin Qigong benefits.)
As alternative modes of healing continue to increase in
popularity in the West, it is only fitting that interest in Yan Xin Qigong
is growing rapidly throughout Europe and North America.
Exploring the Mechanisms of Yan Xin Qigong Healing
The healing effects of Yan Xin Qigong have been
well documented in scientific research in China, the U.S. and
elsewhere. Scientists are currently exploring
the reasons behind these effects and
it is proving difficult to obtain a complete answer. The following are
some of possible mechanisms of Yan Xin Qigong healing effects.
Ideally Improving and Regulating the Functions of the Nervous System.
Ideally Improving and Regulating the Functions
of the Circulatory System.
Ideally Improving the Functions of the Respiratory System.
Ideally Improving and Regulating the Function of the Digestive System.
Ideally Improving the Function of the Endocrine System.
Positively Affecting Changes in the Muscular and Skeletal Systems.
Adjusting Skin Temperature and Controlling the Body Temperature
Adjusting the Electric Potential of the Skin and Changing the Electrical
Resistance of the Body.
Ideally Improving and Regulating the Immune Function of the Human Body.
Enabling Human Beings to Emit External Qi and Transfer Energy.