In 10 minutes
Just 10 / 12 minutes a day, with 2 or 3 exercises, it’s simple.
In Ksen’s words:
“The 15-minute practice is based on three pillars of Qigong: the movement, the breath, and the mind (intention). The flow incorporates deep breathing to activate energy in the body and gentle body movements to connect the mind to the body and the breath. Suitable for mornings, midday, or evenings.”
I still only watched/experienced the videos from the first two days, but I liked them a lot.
I invite you to experiment and discover how Qi Gong can help you to have a calmer life, physically and mentally.
Personally, I have been practicing Qi Gong for about a year now and I am very grateful to have had this opportunity. In physical and mental terms I believe that it brought me many benefits.
The ideal way to experiment will always be with the support of a well-trained instructor who cares about his students - as I was lucky enough to have (thanks Isabel).
However, when this is not possible or when we are still in an initial curiosity stage, trying out some videos can be a good way to start to “feel” what Qi Gong is and whether or not it will be a good option for us. I’ve seen a lot of Kseny videos and it seems to me to be generally very good, so I recommend it.
Start when you want - today?
In addition to the first video of the series that you can access directly in this article, the entire 21-day series is available on this YouTube playlist, so you can start whenever you want: