Doctors Agree

A variety of benefits have been linked to practicing Qigong, including: 

  • Reduced Stress
  • Greater Stamina and Vitality
  • Enhanced Immune System Function
  • Improved Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and Circulatory function
  • Improved Lymphatic and Digestive function, and Lower Blood Pressure  

~ Web MD

  • a doctor of western medicine

    As a doctor of Western medicine and a practitioner of Qigong, I find that medical definitions lack the vocabulary to encompass the workings and benefits of Qigong. I have felt an increased sense of health and vitality from practicing Qigong. I think that in order to grasp what Qigong is about, it requires participation. It is an excellent endeavor for anyone, young or old, who is seeking a well-rounded way to improve and maintain their health.

    Chris Carlson, M.D., surgeon, Trinity Medical Group, Augusta, Georgia

  • a word from Dr. Oz

    Qigong can help us stretch, stay loose, and balance both mind and body. It allows us to cope with the day-to-day struggles of being human.

    Dr. Oz

  • I had found something of real value

    I have been a Physical Therapist for over 25 years, including time on faculty at The Medical College of Georgia, when I saw Floating Monk Chi Kung and listened to Sifu Jeff explain how it works, I knew immediately that I had found something of real value. I do the program myself and am integrating it into my practice. I recommend this program to other P.T. practitioners, Medical Doctors and anyone in the business of health and healing.

    Jurgen. D. Cowling, P.T., Owner - Healing Hands Physical Therapy Centers - Augusta, GA

  • learn to breathe correctly

    If I had to limit my advice on healthier living to just one tip, it would be simply to learn to breathe correctly.  ~ Dr. Andrew Weil