Qi Gong

Qi Gong

Qi Gong is a method of managing health that has been practised since ancient times in China. It has been known in Chinese martial arts for may years and millions of people all over the world practise it. In order to define the word Qi Gong, it is necessary to understand the concepts of “Qi” and “Gong”.

“Qi” is a Chinese word that means “air”, “breath” or “steam”, describing the outer, external part of the body. When Qi is used to describe the internal part of the body, it refers to breath. The word “Qi” in martial arts means vitality, life-force or energy. In Traditional Chinese Medicine it is understood that health results from the harmonious flow of Qi throughout the body. In performing Qi Gong exercises, the goal is to build up internal Qi. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, all disease is considered to be a lack of Qi, an imbalance of Qi, or an interruption of Qi flowing smoothly throughout the body along the 12 major meridians.

In martial arts, the term “Gong Fu” means the diligent practise of exercises. The word “Gong” means effort.

Putting them together, Qi Gong means the conscious and systematic development of vital energy. Qi Gong is composed of these two words, indicating that it is not only how long a person practices that matters, but also the quality of the practice.

Nine Qi Gong exercises to boost your energy:

  1. The Sky High stretch – Left hand and Right leg stretching by 9 times
  2. Tap the left arm from top to bottom: outside of arm to the little finger, top of arm to the middle finger and inner arm to the thumb. Tap the palm of your hand with opposite fingers nine times. Do the same with right arm.
  3. Thymus Tapping – tap thymus nine times then rub the lymph glands nine times and repeat the sequence six times.
  4. Kidney Tapping – Gently Tap the kidneys nine times and then sweep lower back nine times.
  5. Shake the same arm and leg nine times – do it for both sides.
  6. Beach balls – Knees bent, toes pointed in slightly, bum as if you will sit on a high stool, swing both arms towards one another as if you were rolling beach balls inwards towards you.
  7. Hands facing each other in front, swing arms up above your head bending the knees as you move.
  8. Yin Yang Breath – Arms rise with “in breath” and fall with “breath out”. Arms float up as if there are balloons tied to your wrists, palms facing down. Elbows drop into your body. Arms float down with palms facing out, allow hands to drop to the side and repeat.
  9. Figure Eight- Toes slightly inwards. Nose over navel. Feet slightly wider than hip width. Palms facing each other. Slight hip turn at left and again at right.
  10. Hold your hands below the navel and ground yourself…

Several thousand years ago, the famous Chinese philosophers Laozi, Confucius, and Zhuangzi were practicing “Neigong”, which is now being interpreted as “Qi Gong”. An historical relic, “Jade Pedant inscription on Qi flowing” (770-221BC) records the training method, the theory and the health-preserving principles of Qi Gong. “The Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Internal Medicine, the earliest extant general medicine collection in the Han Dynasty (206 BC-A D 200) in China, systematically describes the principles, the training methods and the effects of practising Qi Gong.


The theoretical basis of Qi gong.

Qi Gong is closely related to Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes the theories of Yin/Yang, channels and collaterals (the meridian system) and organ systems (Viscera/Zang-Fu). It is also closely tied to the practice of martial arts.

In most forms of Qi Gong:

Breath is slow, long, and deep. Breath patterns may switch from abdominal breathing to breathing combined with speech sounds.

Movements are typically gentle and smooth, aimed for relaxation.

Mind regulation includes focusing one’s attention and visualization.

Dynamic (active) qigong techniques primarily focus on body movements, especially movements of the whole body or arms and legs. Meditative (passive) qigong techniques can be practiced in any posture that can be maintained over time and involve breath and mind exercises, with almost no body movement.

The primary goal of Qi Gong is to balance and harmonize the flow of Qi within the body, mind, and spirit. This can be achieved through a variety of exercises and movements that are gentle, slow, and fluid. Qi Gong is known for its focus on deep, rhythmic breathing, which is synchronized with the movements to enhance the circulation of Qi.


Qi Gong and Yin/Yang theory.

Yin/Yang theory is a philosophy as well as the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In this philosophy, everything has Yin and Yang properties. Breath includes exhalation and inhalation. Exhalation is Yang, while inhalation is Yin. Exhalation is sedation, while inhalation is tonification.

When practicing Qi Gong, it is important to understand the Yin and Yang properties of the four seasons and to plan your training accordingly. Spring and summer are warm and hot respectively and so they nourish Yang. Autumn is considered cool and winter cold, and so they nourish Yin.


Techniques of Qi Gong:

  • Taoist Method.

The principal aim of the Taoist method is to strengthen both the body and mind. It is called the “dual cultivation of nature and life” because it stresses the relationship between the individual and the environment.

  • Buddhist Method.

The Buddhist system gives precedence to the cultivation of the mind to improve moral discipline. The secret of this method is to lower the Qi until it reached Dantian. From there it could be pushed through to completely open the body’s natural Qi-carrying channels. The Buddhist Qi Gong exercises greatly increase a person’s health and physical abilities.

  • Confucian Method

The Confucian exercises emphasize regulation of the mind to achieve a state of tranquillity that will promote moral character.

  • Medical Method

The Medical techniques of Qi Gong are designed to prevent disease, promote health and prolong life.

  • Martial Arts Method

The aim of Martial arts Qi Gong is to build up the student’s inner strength to the point that he or she is totally protected against both moral and physical attack.

Dantian is a very important concept that people take seriously in the world of Traditional Chenese Medicine and the martial arts. Those who practice the art and techniques of health preservation place their hopes on the Dantian.

We have three energy centers:

  1. Upper Dantian – Wisdom. It’s located in your head.
  2. Middle Dantian – emotions. It’s located in your chest area.
  3. Lower Dantian – vitality. In the lower torso.

In Qi Gong, the practice of focusing the mind on the Dantian usually refers to concentrating on lowering genuine Qi to the Dantian to accumulate Qi.


If you are practicing Qi Gong every day then, every day is a good day.

Dawson Program

Dawson Program

The Dawson Program Corrective Sounds Vibrational Kinesiology Therapy


We only need eyes to see, brains to interpret, and the strength of will to regain our independence.

Cameron Dawson spent over 30 years researching and rediscovering ancient knowledge regarding healing methods related to our bodies 3 energy/electrical systems. Which are Auric Fields, Chakras and Meridians. His legacy is a program (Protocol) which, if followed produces remarkably predictable results. The program is sometimes referred to as VIBRATIONAL (for sound) KINESIOLOGY (for muscles testing).

The Dawson Program technique of correction is specific for each individual and family. The correction required depends on the particular problems that are identified, or that may be affecting the family or individuals within family groups. Once identified these corrections are generally very quickly carried out.

The Dawson Program identifies malfunctions in Auric Fields and corrects frequencies, initiating a return to correct function and therefore health.

The Dawson Program focuses on treating the root cause of problems, not the symptoms.

The Dawson Program views the human body as a naturally self-creating, self-correcting system when given the opportunity to do so.

The Dawson Program does not diagnose medical conditions or treat any specific condition. Rather it seeks to correct the Energy Systems so the body can look after itself, to be more resilient to illness. To be effective, it is important to look after other aspects of life including nutrition, exercise, positive relations etc. The Dawson Program is non-invasive, non-intrusive, painless, drug free. After an individual correction and follow up, it is the Dawson Program primary goal to allow the client to be in control of their own health.

The Dawson Program can now all but eliminate dyslexia, learning difficulties, most lazy eyes conditions, asthma, hay fever, fatigue, back problems (subject to damage), most headaches, ADD, ADHD, eczema,chronic fatigue, panic attacks, phobias, and most depressive states. Drug and Alcohol dependence can be reduced or eliminated, more often than not, in our clinical experience.

This breakthrough development, together with the ability to eliminate dyslexia and learning difficulties in all but brain damages cases is changing the lives of thousands of people.

The innate intelligence residing in all humans and animals will undertake the consequent return to health.

As Dawson Program techniques involve no drugs, no surgery and therefore no possibility of damage, whatsoever, The Dawson Program fulfils the Hippocratic requirement for the treatment of a patient:

“Firstly, do not harm”.



What is Bioenergy?

What is Bioenergy?

  • Bio Energy is a life energy which flows naturally within our body resulting in good health but when the flow is disrupted we may feel discomfort or fall ill.
  • Bio Energy is a complementary, non-medical, non-invasive therapy and absolutely safe.
  • Bio Energy fully recharges immune system helping the body to heal itself on all levels.
  • Bio Energy raises your vibration, the higher your vibration, the healthier you feel, the happier you are and more positive your life will be.
What is Bio Energy Therapy?

Bio Energy Therapy is a simple treatment rooted in ancient East (according to some sources) which taps into body’s energy system. The body will begin the process of returning to full health provided the energy is balanced.

History of Bio Energy

10,000 years ago Bio Energy was being practiced high up in the mountains by the Peruvian people in Machu Picchu they called the electro-magnetic field “The luminous energy field”. About 5,000 years ago the Chinese medical men mapped the meridians and found and marked the points of energy and developed acupuncture.
Bio Energy travelled from east to west and eventually came in to Europe.
Bio Energy was brought into Ireland about 30 years ago.



What conditions can be treated?

Bio Energy can be used to successfully treat a wide range of ailments and conditions including:
• Asthma and other breathing problems
• Back, shoulder and neck pain
• Bowel problems
• Cancers
• Cardiac Problems
• Cold and flue
• Depression
• Digestive system problems
• Epilepsy
• Headaches, migraines
• Irritability in children
• Reflux
• Sciatica
• Speech difficulties
• Stress, tension, anxiety
• Vertigo
and many more.

What can client expect during treatment?

Some clients can experience tingling sensations, warmth, coolness, laughter or a pulling sensation, some may not fell anything on the first session. Treatment is very relaxing and comforting experience. Those who are more sensitive will feel energy flowing through their body and in the room. Some clients may even fall asleep. We are all unique, everybody has different conditions and blockages and will react individually.

What are the benefits of bio energy treatment?

Listed below are some of the benefits:
• Boosts the immune system
• Clears the mind and improves focus
• Eliminates negative emotions
• Eliminates pain
• Free from medication, non-invasive
• Helps to improve sleep
• Improve work of digestive system
• Promotes better health and wellbeing
• Releases stress
• Restore the body’s energy flow and many more.


Auric Fields

Auric Fields


Auric Fields are the body’s seven protective communicative energy fields that circulate around the body. The Auric Fields are the body’s protection mechanism and identify danger fields. They provide comfort to the subconscious and if any danger or anxiety appears it will be detected.

Auric Fields can be altered by shock, causing malfunction and creating extreme anxiety, major behavioural problems and affecting both Chakras and Meridians function and frequency.

They facilitate communication between people through the Meridians and are in fact our radio-radar system for the identification of danger to ourselves.

They form of the symmetry of the energy framework. Auric Fields have specific frequencies and operating distance from the body and come into existence at the breath except for the Kundalini.

  • First Auric Field – The Kundalini has direction from the Sacrum. It winds around the spine from the root chakra to the crown.
  • Second Auric Field – Skin and bone fascia. The correct position is top to bottom. May be reversed. Assists in control of fluid direction in body (reflux issues).
  • Third Auric Field – 12.8 cm from the body. Detects harmful substances.
  • Fourth Auric Field – 89.6 cm away from the body. Personal space.
  • Fifth Auric Field – 586m away from the body. Danger (eg. Enemies hiding behind a hill etc).
  • Sixth Auric Field – Earth
  • Seventh Auric Field – Universe. Infinity.


Meridians are energy channels transporting life energy QI through the body. Twelve major meridians that run on each side of the body, one side mirroring the other and two single ones. Twelve paired meridians complement each other- one Yin with energy flowing up and the other Yang with energy flowing down.
Six Yang and six Yin:

• Stomach Meridian Yang – Spleen Meridian Yin
• Heart Meridian Yin – Small Intestine Meridian Yang
• Bladder Meridian Yang – Kidney Meridian Yin
• Circulation-Sex Yin – Triple-Warmer Meridian Yang
• Gallbladder Meridian Yang – Liver Meridian Yin
• Lung Meridian Yin – Large Intestine Meridian Yang.

Energy and blood flow continuously through the meridians, yet they also transmit information to and among your organs. Meridians are incredibly sensitive. They can carry the effects of stimulation in the form of healing energy throughout your entire being.

Each meridian is most active at certain times of day or night – The Meridian Clock.




Chakras are the concentrated energy centres of the body. It is vital for all human beings to have the seven chakras open, in the correct position and connected to the Universe to live a healthy life.


Root Chakra – Muladhara

Located on Perineum – point between the anus and sex organs.

Colour Ruby Red

Root Chakra spins at the slowest rate of all the chakras. First Chakra is a receiver for Earth’s subtle energies, literally grounding us.

Sacral Chakra – Svadhisthana

Located two fingers below the navel to the front and to the rear at the sacrum area of the spine.

Colour Orange

Sacral Chakra is the creative and imaginative force of the body. This chakra is associated with the parts of the consciousness concerned with food and sex.

Solar Plexus – Manipura

Located directly above the rib cage and below the sternum extending down to the navel.

Colour Yellow

The third chakra is the power centre in the energy system. When we awaken the power in this chakra, we experience fearlessness and a resolve that cannot be deterred by adversity.

Heart Chakra – Anahata

Located at the cardiac plexus, in the centre of the chest.

Colour Green

Through the Heart Chakra we share and experience Love. We need to stop falling in love and become love itself.

Throat Chakra – Vishudda

Located at the hollow of the throat.

Colour Turquoise

Throat Chakra gives voices to the feelings of the heart. It speaks out our love, kindness and forgiveness.

Brow Chakra (Third Eye) – Ajna

Located on forehead.

Colour Indigo

The Third Eye is the centre of wisdom in your body. In this chakra we attain the knowledge that we are inseparable from God.

Crown Chakra – Sahasrara

Located on the top of head.

Colour Violet

The Crown Chakra at the very top of the head is our portal to the heavens. It is the culmination of all other chakras and, being in harmony, raises your awareness and connection with the divine. The lesson of the seventh Chakra is mystery of time.