The Qigong session
When you are learning each exercise in the 1st Set you should concentrate on doing the physical movements initially. Once you have gained some practice in doing this you can learn to synchronise the breathing with the movements so the whole sequence becomes fluid and harmonious. Within a few weeks of regular practice, the set takes about 15-18 minutes to perform.
You should try to practice Qigong every day as the beneficial effects are cumulative. The 20 minutes needed to practice the first set of Shibashi is a very small investment of your time in relation to the health benefits that you can accumulate as you continue with your regular daily training.
Sometimes the results are surprising and come more quickly than you might have expected. As well as gaining noticeable improvements to your health you should also expect to have more energy and you will find it progressively easier to cope with the all demands of modern life.
Certain physical injuries, particularly of the back and neck, may prevent you from practising. If you’re in any doubt, ask your doctor if you should be attending classes and make sure Sarah is aware of your condition.
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