John Millar

Having been introduced to Qigong in 1997 by my Reiki teacher, I immediately knew it was something that made sense to me. I started searching for a teacher and was soon studying with some amazing teachers from China, the UK and Australasia.

Over the next 12 years I studied in 7 different styles of qigong, being sanctioned to teach in 4 of those styles, but fairly quickly it became clear that I needed to devote myself to a single form, and that form was Zhineng Qigong.

Since becoming a full time teacher in 2010, Zhineng Qigong has provided me with the depth of practice, and the flexibility of approach to work  with a broad range of clients. As well as pure qigong training, I’ve been fortunate enough to have used qigong to teach leadership and communication skills in the UK, Europe and the Middle East and my work around wellbeing has meant I’ve been asked to develop approaches to research Qigong for both University studies and Western Medicine Professionals.

I believe that Qigong should be simple enough to be accessible while being profound enough to offer constant learning and insight. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been practicing , we are all learning and we can all learn from each other.

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