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Qigong Training

Qigong (also known as Qi Gong and Chi Gong)

Qigong is a training method which helps one strengthen and gain control over their own life-force, or qi. It is an ancient system of knowledge and processes that originated in China more than seven thousand years ago. Since antiquity, those who practiced qigong have sought to understand the laws that regulate life, nature and change. Humans are constituent parts of the ever-changing universe, and qigong practice helps individuals to develop and enhance this connection.

The Hua Gong Style

Hua means transformation, integration and liberation. It is mainly practised through simple energetic body movements and meditation.

The integration of Qigong principles into daily life is also an important part of the practice

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Qigong Benefits

  • Improving Health
  • Relieving Stress
  • Relaxing Body & Mind
  • Realising Potential Benefits


Tai Chi and Qigong

In simple terms, Tai Chi is a derivative of Qigong but it is more complex than this. The movements and focus is different but they are rooted in the same teaching. Tai Chi is probably better known in the west.

Looking for Tai Chi classes?

Tthen you should consider my Qigong classes in Wimbledon.


Wimbledon Qigong Classes


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Weekly Classes MONDAY 7:30pm - 8:30pm In Wimbledon

Wimbledon Village Club, The Ridgeway
(Entrance on Lingfield road), Wimbledon, SW19 4QD

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Contact Information

Alessandro Ferullo, Tel: 07747 113305

The Qigong Teacher

Alessandro Ferullo has been studying with Master Zhixing Wang, the founder of the Hua Gong style for more over 20 years. He has a diploma in therapeutic massage and has visited China several times as part of his continued interest in Eastern healing practices and philosophy. He has been teaching classes in Wimbledon for over 10 years.

Hua Gong is simple enough for beginners to learn, and sophisticated enough for advanced practitioners to study as a philosophy and a lifelong practice.