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Belief without doubt,

Persistent passion and complete commitment;

Awaken the mind and become aware,

Become concise and transcend illusion;

Return to a state of simple truths, compassion and love.

This is Wuji Dalai.


What is Qigong?


Qigong (Chi Kung) is the Chinese discipline devoted to the development of understanding, awareness and harmonizing of one’s mind, body, qi (chi) and spirit.

It plays a strong part in Chan Buddhism (Zen) and Daoist philosophy, as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese Martial Arts.

​Qigong has been used extensively in China as part of traditional Chinese medicine,

and is included in the curriculum of Chinese Universities. Throughout the world qigong 

is now recognized as a form of complementary and alternative medicine, with positive effects on diverse ailments.


Qigong practice involves rhythmic breathing, coordinated with slow stylized repetitions

of fluid movements and a calm mindful state. From a philosophical perspective Qigong

is believed to help develop human potential, allowing access to higher realms of awareness, awakening one’s true nature.



What is Ziran Qigong?

Ziran Qigong is a progressive set of exercises that retains all the original concepts

and benefits associated with traditional Qigong, while following a style of practice

that uses terms and expressions that modern people can associate with and

understand. “The main aim of Ziran Qigong is to obtain an understanding of one’s

mind and body and the link between the two.”


Our practice of Qigong has been passed down through the Zi Ran Qigong lineage

and has been refined throughout many generations. Master Liu DeMing is the 

inheritor of the Ziran Qigong system, as well as being an active researcher

into Qigong.


The Ziran Qigong School is located in Melbourne, Australia and is run

under the benevolent eye of Master Liu Deming, lineage holder of the

Ziran Qigong tradition.


Finding a Ziran Qigong class near you

For details on Ziran Qigong classes and instructors in your area click on the

'Courses and Instructors' or the 'Workshops' tab in the menu bar.

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