Qigong (pronounced “chee-gung”) is a mind-body practice that originated in China over 5,000 years ago. It is a form of gentle exercise that combines physical movement, breathing techniques, and mental focus to promote health and wellbeing. The word “Qigong” is a combination of two Chinese words: “qi,” which refers to the vital energy or life force that flows through the body, and “gong,” which means work, practice, or mastery.

There are many different styles of Qigong, but most involve slow, deliberate movements, deep breathing, and a focus on cultivating and balancing the body’s qi. Qigong is often described as a form of meditation in motion, and it is believed to promote relaxation, reduce stress, improve balance and coordination, increase flexibility and range of motion, boost the immune system, and improve overall health and wellbeing.

Qigong has changed my life and it has become a life-long practice that I’m incredibly grateful for. I get excited sharing this ancient practice with others because it introduces new possibilities in people’s lives. By integrating all the elements of posture, movement, breath, and mind quality… it’s an incredible way of understanding our endless potential. It is practiced by people of all ages and fitness levels, and it can be done standing, sitting, or lying down. My classes and sessions either encompass tailored movements for specific ailments or learning a complete set from the 6 different styles of Qigong.

These days you can find me practicing Qigong and Tai Chi on the beach of Sanur, Bali at sunrise.

Classes: Private 1:1, group classes, online, retreats, workshops, corporate trainings, festivals.

Weekly classes in Sanur (Message or email me for class details)

Language: English and Bahasa Indonesian by request