After meeting Pei See Sew and her business partner Ooi Kean Hin when they taught a short Taiji Ball course, I wanted to interview them about their Serenity Therapy and Health Centre. I was keen to experience their unique therapy called Serenity Holistic Approach which is based upon Zhineng Qigong but also includes tuina, external qi healing and self-healing exercises which clients practise at home.Continue reading
There are so many opportunities for keeping fit and healthy in Penang that you can be spoiled for choice. Favourites of Penangites and expats include hiking, walking, running, cycling, golf, swimming and military style boot camp. These are all excellent forms of exercise, but what about the more traditional forms of health and fitness that living in Asia has to offer? Continue reading
Qigong (pronounced chee-gung) is the Chinese art of cultivating life energy. The word is also sometimes written in English as “Chi kung” or Chi gung”. Read this article written by Ken Morgan to find out more.
Qi is the Chinese for life energy or vital energy. The idea of qi is a fundamental concept in Chinese Medicine. Qi is the vital force that activates every function and drives every process in the human body. Continue reading