CFQ healing exercises are meridian movements that originate from ‘Chaoyi Fanhuan Qigong’ developed by its founder, the renowned qigong healer from Penang, Master Yap Soon-Yeong .
CFQ dynamic movements re-establishes the mind-body connection at the same time enhance the flow of energy in the meridians or energy channels thereby regulating the physical and mental aspects of a person.
People suffering from all manners of dis-ease and dis-function have benefited from the self healing practice of CFQ. Some common issues that are improve include but are not limited to:
Stress and anxiety, unwanted/negative thinking, Depression, Panic attacks, Chronic Pain, Back Pain, Indigestion, Obesity, Skin problems, Allergies, Food or environmental sensitivities, Chronic Fatigue, Tinnitus, Insomnia, Heart, Blood or Immune-system problems, Re-occurring Injuries, Frozen shoulder, PTSD, Parkinson’s, Arthritis, Addiction, Migraines or headaches, PMS, Chronic Illness, Fibromyalgia, etc.
CFQ TRAINING LEVELS
CFQ Level 1: Dynamic Healing Techniques
CFQ Level 2: Meditation on Presence
The CFQ Level 1 Curriculum includes 9-12 hours of training depending on the class size.
CFQ Level 1 Trainings will be scheduled soon. In the meantime, book a consultation with Erin to find out more and secure your spot in the next workshop.
Erin with CFQ Qigong Founder Master Yap Soon-Yeong, 2019
Qigong and Fibromyalgia circa 2017 J. Sawynok, PhD
OBM INTEGRATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE 2019
Volume 4, Issue 2
Case Series of Multiple Health Benefits in Those Undertaking Extended Qigong Practice as a Complementary Self-care Practice in an Outpatient Pain Clinic – 2019
Lauren Curry, Meghan Pike, Mary Lynch, Dana Marcon, Jane Sawynok
HINDAWI PUBLISHING CORPORATION EVIDENCE-BASED COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
Volume 2013, Article ID 726062, 12 pages
Extension Trial of Qigong for Fibromyalgia: A Quantitative and Qualitative Study