June 25, 2022 1:30 - 4:30 pm Castaic, Los Angeles


*D: Means "Dimension" stands for the level of enlightenment practice moving up from 3D to 4D.


Kurt S.
Software Engineer

Due to a high workload, I used to be over 100 kilograms and my organs were in a bad condition. After connecting with Qinway, my body released 57 pounds of toxins and my heart rate lowered from 78 to 62 beats per minute. I was able to climb to the top of the Alps (10,000 ft) in 5 hours without feeling exhausted!

Jiali X.
Full Time Mom

After I gave birth to 2 kids, my health dropped to the point that I was pretty out of energy and balance, so I started practicing Energy recharge Qigong. My body becomes more sensitive and adapts to a healthier diet naturally. The everyday practice helped me remove toxins efficiently. And my body, mind, and soul have been uplifted tremendously.



Liyan L. 
Acupuncturist and
Clinic Owner

 I  am thrilled with the results from Qinway Qigong. I have the confidence and motivation to keep practicing Qinway Qigong to detoxify my whole system from mental to physical and become a new person from inside to outside. I suggest people open their minds and heart to Qinway methods;  give it a try to find a new person in you.

Energized Recharge Qigong

helps me a lot.


Q: What does the “Qi” in Qigong mean?

A: The Chinese word "Qi"(气) has different meanings. Under the context of Qigong, it means "energy" or "vital force". However, its most common meaning in day-to-day Chinese is "breath" or "gas". This has caused confusion and led many people to interpret Qigong as "breathing exercises" instead of "energy exercises". Excessive emphasis on breathing in some approaches has made Qigong more complicated, less effective, and in some cases, has caused side effects.

Q: What is the optimal mental practice in Qigong?

A: A well-known principle in Chinese Medicine maintains that "consciousness leads the Qi". Hence, consciousness or visualization is often utilized in Qigong practice. Yet it can be easily overdone. To enter a deep Qigong state, one needs to be relaxed, calm, empty, and detached. However, the frequent use of heavy consciousness works the other way - it makes one attached to the consciousness itself. Our human spiritual system is very sensitive. Repeated thinking would only make it tired and bored, and may even cause side effects or deviations in practice. Consciousness or visualization are just the means toward a higher goal: emptiness. There is a subtle balance in using consciousness and visualization. In general, slight visualization is better.

Q:  Can I still learn Qinway Qigong even if I have no prior knowledge of natural healing techniques (meridians,  acupuncture points, complicated  breathing techniques, etc.)?

 A: Qinway Qigong works on your whole body, not a particular meridian or acupuncture point, just relax and you will be connected to the energy signals. You do not need to pay particular attention to your breathing or consciousness either, just allow yourself to flow somewhere between existence and non-existence.

Q: What if I am a person that cannot easily quiet down? Is it possible to  practice Qinway Qigong improperly and adversely affect my health?

A: Qinway Qigong contains a number of practices that help people to quiet down and deepen their meditation, such as "one thought in place of ten thousand thoughts", "one exercise in place of ten thousand thoughts", "arranging a strong Qi field", "pushing bad Qi down into the earth", "pyramid distribution of Qi". With these designs, Qigong exercises in Qinway Qigong are still effective even if your thoughts wander or your emotions fluctuate. Doing Qinway Qigong therefore will not have any adverse effects.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 930@qinway.org.