Qigong for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
What you'll learn
- You will learn three Qigong exercises that Des commonly prescribes for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- You will learn proper posture.
- You will learn Qigong (abdominal) breathing.
- You will learn that by working Internally you build up your stamina.
Recent reviews for this course: -
"I'm not affected by CFS but bought this course and practice these exercises because I find them really powerful. Mr Lawton's courses are hands down the best I've been able to find anywhere."
"Very well detailed, easy to follow and fascinating. Especially valued is the comforting and encouraging way Des has - goodness me, most of us with CFS have had too little of that over the years. I highly recommend this course."
"Clear and detailed."
Des Lawton is a Shiatsu Practitioner, Qigong Practitioner who has been teaching Taiji and Qigong since the late 1980’s. This course is the second in a series of Qigong for chronic ailments that he is producing. The first thing I want to point out is that the price does not reflect the quality of this course. It has been deliberately kept low (with Udemy discounts and Pro-Holistic discounts) so that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers have easy, inexpensive, access to these exercises. The course and the exercises are superb.
Des empowers some of his Shiatsu clients, those with chronic conditions, by teaching them the Qigong exercises that are most suited to their needs. This includes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. In doing so his aim is to get the person well in as short a time as possible and for that level of wellness to be maintained. This is not good business strategy as it means that his patients need to see him much less frequently and, in some cases, their ailment is reduced to the extent that they cease to be patients and become clients who have Shiatsu for relaxation and peacefulness. His aim has always been to make a difference.......... not a fortune.
Qigong does not produce quick fixes but, through time and practice, it has a cumulative effect on health and wellbeing. How long it takes is dependent on many factors, the biggest two being frequency and quality of practice.
If you follow Des’s guidelines in this course I feel sure that you will notice a difference......... but try to be patient with yourself and give the Qigong (and yourself) a chance.
“Des Lawton is clearly at the cutting edge of Energy work today, and his sensitivity, humour, and instructional abilities integrate beautifully. This has enabled him to teach at all levels, bringing oriental thoughts & concepts to occidental minds, making these concepts tangible, and demystifying them.”
“Des Lawton demonstrates teaching-integrity and respect for his students, and knows how to facilitate student understanding, awareness and true progress, encouraging the students’ desire to learn. I’ve taken other courses from people who may know how to go through the outer movements with good form themselves and have impressive “temple” credentials and an exotic nationality, but they lack the ability to impart knowledge which is the essential attribute of a teacher and also calls into question their own depth of understanding.”
By taking part in this course you agree to the terms and conditions. These can be found in the, preview enabled, Introduction lecture in Section 1 of the course.
The therapies and courses provided by Pro Holistic are of a Complementary nature. You are advised, in the first instance, to consult a medical practitioner in order that you receive a medical diagnosis. Self-diagnosis is not recommended and internet-based advice is no substitute for a face-to-face visit with a medical practitioner.
Who this course is for:
- People who want to relieve their Chronic Fatigue Syndrome symptoms and get back to leading a normal, active, life.
I have been practicing Qigong since 1985 and teaching, albeit starting at a very basic level, since 1989. In 1996, after three and a half years of study with the Glasgow School of Shiatsu, I qualified as a Registered Shiatsu Practitioner. My previous knowledge of Qigong really helped me with the Shiatsu and, equally, learning Traditional Chinese Medicine as part of the Shiatsu course served to increase my understanding of Qigong. In the late 1990s, it was my good fortune to have been, finally, accepted as an Inner Sanctum student by Master Joseph Bell ( a student and direct lineage descendant of Master Wang Jiu Mei).