We believe that the secrets to spontaneous healing are revealed in blending ancient wisdom and modern rehabilitation science. Centuries old Qigong practices, known as muscle-tendon changing forms, were developed to directly affect myofascial (aka connective tissue) systems, resulting in greater physical strength, flexibility, resiliency, and “qi” flow. Our modern understanding of “qi” is more akin to bio-energy in the form of research substantiated electromagnetic, piezoelectric, vibrational, and light forces associated with the human body. Contemporary research also reveals that the human body is highly organized with respect to myofascial tracts, which contribute to posture, body structure, movement, and the flow of healing information throughout our entire organism.
Learn about the Myofascial Release Program with this short video:
The Rehabilitative Qigong for Myofascial Release program guides students through six simple, pain-free movements designed to balance the major myofascial tracts, ultimately restoring strength, flexibility, and ease of movement to the entire body.