Zenkai Complete Recovery of Health | Lifestyle Activities
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Lifestyle Activities

Zenkai takes a truly holistic approach to the wellness journey, embracing lifestyle activities as a key contributing factor to wellness recovery.

Treatment plans may introduce the health care practice of energy nourishing Traditional Chinese Medicine exercises, Qi Gong and Tai Chi.

Qi Gong

Core Principle

Qi Gong literally translates to “Life Energy Cultivation”, integrating slow motion physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention. Dealing in the physical management of the life force energy Qi.

Classified as a martial, medical and spiritual practice, Qi Gong is the consistent practice of postures both static and motion, breathing techniques and mental focus.
It can increase or circulate the Qi, use Qi to cleanse and heal the body, store Qi, or emit Qi to help heal others.

How it works

Zenkai focus on a style of Qi Gong that involves slow gentle movements which are easily adapted to suit the patients circumstances.

It can increase or circulate the Qi, use Qi to cleanse and heal the body, store Qi, or emit Qi to help heal others.

Tai Chi

Core Principle

Tai Chi, to a degree, is a form of Qi Gong. The name Tai Chi translates literally to “supreme ultimate fist / boxing”. Where Qi in Qi Gong references life force energy, in this instance the name Tai Chi represents the fusion of Yin and Yang into a single ultimate.

The name alludes to it’s martial art combat heritage, this discipline is also practiced for health benefits it offers.

How it works

As with Qi Gong the practice helps invite gentle calm and clarity by focusing the mind on slow motion physical postures and breathing techniques.

Movements can appear similar to Qi Gong but are unique to Tai Chi, impetus is on leverage through the joints based on coordination and relaxation, rather than muscular tension, in order to neutralize, yield, or initiate attacks. The slow, repetitive work involved in the process of learning how leverage Qi is generated gently, in measurablye increases opening the internal circulation