Qi Gong, which literally means: results achieved through energy work, has it’s origins about 5000 years ago in the area of present day China. Many forms of Qigong exist.
About Yi Ren® Qigong:
Yi Ren® Qigong is the practice of authentic Qi production, management and regulation. It is the practice of cultivating our inherent potential and well-being through a growing awareness and enhancement of “authentic Qi” within us as well as surrounding us.
Authentic Qi cultivation leads to exploring and realizing the True Self, experiencing True Love, and awakening True Wisdom within in order to live a healthy and happy life.
By working together, true self-realized individuals can create peaceful and prospering communities by following the Oneness with the Code of Virtues i.e., respect, beauty, joy, integrity, dignity, freedom, creativity, harmony and innovation.
~Guan-Cheng Sun, PhD
Founder of Yi Ren® Qigong
About Dr. Guan-Cheng Sun, Ph.D.:
Dr. Sun was fortunate enough to learn about qigong in his youth. From 1973 to1977, he received Taoist internal and external qigong training from his maternal granduncle, a Taoist expert in Shandong, China, and successfully completed the training courses. His early years of intensive qigong training has provided him with a strong foundation in developing his ability to experience the internal qi flow within his body and to observe the conditions of internal qi flow in others…(more)
About Institute of Qigong and Integrative Medicine:
The Institute of Qigong and Integrative Medicine (IQ&IM) was established to provide structure for research, education, teacher development and growth in general. Visit the IQ&IM website to become familiar with the wealth of educational and treatment services provided…
The Effectiveness of the Yi Ren Qigong Protocol (Practice) was initially demonstrated by a 2009 research study conducted at the Research Center of Bastyr University, Seattle Washington. Seattle’s KOMO News 4 reported on the study with the following informational video:
The pilot clinical trial was sponsored by NCCAM and the Seattle Foundation. The study findings were submitted to the American Diabetes Association for publication. The ADA Research Publication can be found here: