Holistic Qigong Energy Healing To Alleviate Anxiety And Depression Launched

Qigong Energy Healing has launched a new program designed to help alleviate anxiety and depression. The ancient Chinese practice is designed to clear energy blockages and restore health.

Laguna Niguel , United States - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Qigong Energy Healing run by Michael Mohoric, a specialist provider of holistic distant energy healing, has launched a new program designed to alleviate anxiety and depression.

To find out more about Qigong Energy Healing, visit: https://www.qigongenergyhealing.com

The newly launched program is designed to give clients a natural, alternative healing option to alleviate anxiety and depression. While Qigong energy has often been used to treat physical symptoms, the new program has been designed to aid mental health and wellbeing.

Qigong is an ancient Chinese practice and healing process that involves controlled breathing, movement and meditation. When utilized effectively by practitioners, it can be used to correct imbalances within the body and can be applied alongside complimentary therapies such as acupuncture.

The practice has broad appeal as it can be undertaken by practitioners of all ages, all over the world. It aims to clear energy blockages, which is important from a mental, physical, emotional and spiritual perspective. The process can help people to become more intuitive, creative and aware.

Acknowledging thoughts and feelings is an important part of the healing process when dealing with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Learning how to recognise feelings, control thoughts and prevent cycles from reoccurring can alleviate symptoms and increase mental wellbeing.

Qigong can directly and positively impact upon stress levels, mood and self-esteem. All these factors are associated with anxiety, depression and a range of conditions such as immunity issues, insomnia and pain.

A company spokesperson said: “Anxiety, depression and stress are interlinked, and each can cause energy blockages. Healing can mean many things to many people, but to us it means repairing energy blockages to restore health and wellbeing. We can clear and balance meridians, chakras, and help people to feel better from within.”

“Michael Mohoric is an expert in Qigong energy healing, not only because he has studied it for so long, but because he has used it to heal himself from a severe spinal cord injury. The primary goal of Qigong Energy Healing is to help people around the world live their best life.”

Individuals interested in learning more about the online Qigong classes to alleviate anxiety, depression and a range of other issues are invited to visit the website link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Michael Mohoric
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Organization: Qigong Energy Healing
Address: 29911 Niguel Rd, Laguna Niguel , Ca 92607, United States
Website: https://www.qigongenergyhealing.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952694

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