Qi Gong Training
Qi Gong – the art of perfecting ones chi – is an ancient Chinese method of combining gentle exercises, meditation and breathing techniques to bring about physical, psychological and spiritual health and well-being.
Qi Gong is still relatively unknown in the West, yet it has been practised largely by closed orders in China for thousands of years. Qigong offers an opportunity to those willing to practise conscientiously to enjoy better health and increased energy. Qi Gong’s increasing use in recent years in China is producing remarkable results in improved healthcare.
Qigong combines the use of breathwork with physical movements, creative visualisation and perceptual intention. The goal is to purge toxic emotions from within the body’s tissues, eliminate energetic stagnation, as well as strengthen and balance the internal organs and energetic fields.
“Knowing ignorance is strength, Ignoring knowledge is sickness”
– Laozi, Daodejing
Dr Jiang has a Bachelors degree in TCM and medicine and a Masters degree of Qigong. Dr Jiang graduated with a PhD in Orthopaedics of TCM from Shanghai University of TCM in 1999. After that he worked as Associate Professor and Director of Teaching Staff in the Orthopaedics Dept of the Faculty of TCM at Jinan University, Guangzhou. Here he undertook clinical and research work in the field of orthopaedic rehabilitation, with special interest in musculo-skeletal and degenerative diseases. In 2004 he worked as an exchange doctor in Germany at the Klinik Berlin for orthopaedic rehabilitation.
Dr Jiang began training in Qigong in 1987 at the Qigong Research Institute of Shanghai. He has continued to practice and teach Neiyang Qi Gong and Tai Chi for the last twenty years or more.
Dr Jie Jiang is available for one to one tuition in Qigong throughout the year. For more details please email: