Many people describe Qigong as moving meditation. Gentle movement, breathing techniques, and meditative practices are hallmarks of the practice. While there are many forms of this ancient practice, most people practice Qigong do so to gain physical prowess, to promote physical and mental healing, and to experience enlightenment. Typically, Qigong techniques involve both gentle movement and passive or meditative techniques. Qigong therapists also have a role to play in this practice by enhancing a practitioners experience with massage or acupuncture.
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