Qi Healings


Qi Gong healing may be seen as acupuncture without needles, performing the same function through a different method: initiating detoxification, increasing vitality and releasing physical, mental and emotional stresses. It is a non-invasive, all natural, gentle and truly sustainable approach to getting healthy, balancing Qi strength and flow. As the Qi achieves harmony, the body is awakened to recognize the areas of the body that need attention as the Qi facilitates the innate healing mechanisms to nurture and feed these areas of the body to become stronger, healthier and more resilient.

Qi or Chi is the foundation of all Chinese Medicine, one of the oldest medical disciplines in the world. This system is based on an understanding of the cyclical flow of vital energy.  The Chinese have mapped its flow through our bodies along specific pathways called meridians. When our Qi is full and flowing, we experience health.  When our Qi is congested or out-of-balance, illness and pain can occur.  The physical and emotional symptoms we experience are signals that we need to take action to restore balance to achieve optimal health.  

The practice of Medical Qi Gong corrects these imbalances by addressing the root causes of the symptoms, transforming the client's entire energy system.  Healing sessions address the individual's mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.  This subtle yet powerful practice requires a skilled, well trained, intuitive practitioner.

Anisha also offers Qi Healings over a distance,  referred to as Virtual Acupuncture.


A BRIEF HISTORY OF QI GONG HEALING 

This healing therapy is little known in the West. Historically an extremely tightly guarded secret in China for hundreds of years,  requiring years of practice and dedication, Qi emission from Qi Gong practitioners became a topic of scientific study in the 1920’s and 1930’s in China, thanks to some open-minded kung fu practitioners. Suppressed during the Cultural Revolution, interest resurfaced again in the 1970’s, late '80’s and early ’90’s. The West started paying attention to this healing therapy in the past 30 years. It is slowly gaining interest and popularity as a safe, effective and comfortable healing modality.