Chinese Health Exercises, known as Qi Gong (pronounced ‘Chi Gong’), have been practiced by people from all aspects of Chinese society for well over two thousand years. Qi Gong is one of the three pillars of Traditional Chinese Medicine, along with Acupuncture and Herbs. Qi Gong is a safe and gentle way to improve your physical and mental health wellbeing.
The key difference between Qi Gong and most other forms of exercise is the intimate connection created between the mind, breath and body during practice. Refining our posture, alignments and breathing allows the practitioner to improve the efficiency of their own energetic body, benefiting their health and creating a deeper internal awareness so often missing in our busy daily lives.
When practiced regularly Qi Gong becomes a powerful method of supporting our own good health.
Marcus Watts has been practicing Chinese martial arts and Qi Gong for over 20 years and has trained with a variety of Qi Gong teachers. He is a student of Daoist Nei Gong and a qualified Qi Gong teacher with the Lotus Nei Gong school.
Marcus teaches private lessons and open classes. To see a full list of class times please click here.