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Qi Gong

One way to understand health is from an energetic perspective. The entire Universe is composed of physical form (our body), formless energy (Qi), and Consciousness (very subtle Qi) This means that every part of us, including all organs, bones, tissues, feelings, perceptions, thoughts, and our human spirit, is energy! And our energy is designed to nourish and support us in a balanced manner. No one part of us is left out, or walled off, nor excessive or over controlling. A healthy person is one whose physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual energy systems are smoothly circulating throughout the entire body. I practice and teach Zhineng Wisdom Healing Qigong, a medical Qigong practice. Zhineng Qigong uses physical movements, as well as sound, visualization, and deep meditation to free up stuck, constricted and/or over active energy inside, as well as nourish depleted internal energy, allowing energy to flow throughout the entire body. This results in physical healing, emotional stability, mental clarity, and the activation of more life energy, as well as increased happiness and sense of well being. This is an experiential practice, we learn how to live in our own body! It requires only an openness to learn about healing ourselves naturally, from the inside-out. Qi Gong can be practiced by any age person at any level of health.  

“Where there is pain, there is stagnation” is a saying in Chinese medicine.  This is true on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. Medical Qigong movements have been developed for thousands of years in China for the purpose of healing and personal development. There are entire hospitals, and wards within hospitals, in China, dedicated to teaching patients qi gong, with remarkably successful results! Once you have learned the methods, you will always have a way to help yourself.  I teach weekiy classes and also teach group qi gong workshops.

I have practiced Qigong for many years with several different teachers, beginning as an intern at a hospital in Shanghai. I currently learn and practice with Teacher Wei Qifeng, at, as a certifed MingJue Teacher and healer. For many years I was also a student with Master Mingtong Gu at, obtaining Level 3 Teacher certification as well as a Healing Practitioner Teacher.

If you are interested in exploring the many healing possibilities through Qi Gong, please call Beth Bright at 303-445-1114.

Qigong| Lakewood, Colorado

Beth Bright, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac., M.S.
Rocky Mountain Acupuncture
303-445-1114 3000 Youngfield St. Suite 157, Wheat Ridge, CO 80215

Author of Embody Eating -- Recipes, Chinese Medicine, and Beyond available on Amazon

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"Embody Eating" isn’t just a cookbook, it’s an exploration of energy, food, health, and happiness. Through the lens of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), including meditation and qigong, esteemed TCM practitioner Beth Bright weaves together centuries-old wisdom with everyday Western ingredients, offering readers a guide to understanding the energetic properties of food and it’s impact on the body’s Qi.