Qigong is the grandparent of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is an ancient Chinese meditative and circular movement practice that enhances the health of the body, the heart/mind, and the spirit.

Dr. Pang Ming, a doctor of Western and Chinese medicine in China, and a grandmaster of Daoist Qigong and martial arts, developed Zhineng Qigong. He started the Huaxia Medicineless Hospital, which had great healing results among its residents up until its closure.

The word Qigong means self- cultivation of our life force energy. Zhineng Qigong means cultivating our life force energy with wisdom and intelligence.

Through the practice of Zhineng Qigong, we learn to develop our ability to focus our heart/mind, in order to direct the movement of our qi for the purpose of improving our health and fitness, gaining wisdom, and developing our full human potential.

Zhineng Qigong helps to cultivate the qi through the practice of working with:

* Heart/Mind's Intention: where the mind goes the qi follows
* Alignment: favorable physical, mental, and emotional alignment for the flow of qi
* Breath
* Movement
* Sound
* Visualization

Zhineng Qigong is a practice to help us experience the self immersed in the unified field, a matrix of intelligent energy called the Hunyuan qi.

Dr. Pang's gift to Qigong practice is in this emphasis on integrating human consciousness with the unified Hunyuan qi field for personal and collective transformation. Zhineng Qigong practice reveals the simplicity of the alternate opening and closing movements through which we expand and release our minds and relax our bodies into the Hunyuan qi field, gathering, collecting, and whole heartedly absorbing the qi into our bodies in order to receive its nourishing, healing and transforming love, intelligence and energy.

This is our life force; and our highest potential.