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Qigong Therapy
 

Five Swans Qigong therapy is rooted in meditative arts, combining the ancient wisdom of Qigong with modern embodiment practices.  The movement prescriptions are beneficial to reduce stress and increase nervous system regulation.

Qigong means "energy work" in Chinese.  It is based on Daoist and Traditional Chinese medicine and uses movement, breathwork, visualizations, sound, massage, and acupressure to balance your energy systems, reduce stress, and increase vitality.

The personalized flows promote emotional balance by reducing stress and anxiety, fostering a sense of calm and connection, and toning the vagus nerve for better health.

 

With regular practice, you can experience increased energy, improved sleep, and greater overall vitality through relaxation and nervous system regulation.

Sessions offer a personalized prescription of movement, sound healing, breathwork, acupressure, and visualization to embrace your body's natural power for self-care and self-healing.  

 

Sessions include:

  • Consultation to better understand your health vision and specific needs

  • Education on nervous system regulation, polyvagal theory, sound healing, breathwork, tai chi/qigong, and how it helps with stress management, connective tissue health, and overall health.

  • 15-20-minute practice based on your specific needs. This includes a follow-up personalized practice video with instructions.

 

  • Follow-up email/ phone support for any questions or concerns.

Sessions are very beneficial for persons with stress-induced chronic illness or nervous system dysregulation, such as:

  • arthritis

  • fibromyalgia

  • digestive disturbances

  • long COVID

  • and more

 

90-minute session in person or via Zoom; $225

Follow up 40-minute sessions in person or via Zoom: $75

Find out more about Qigong:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5590073/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5750595/

 

https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/understanding-the-stress-response

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