Qigong for Back Pain Online Course
Do you suffer from back pain? Back pain can come from sitting at a desk all day long, sleeping the wrong way, sitting in a car too long, and many other ways. Stretching can help, but in many cases make it worse. Often times back pain can come from a back that is overstretched or needs strengthening.
The good news is that you don’t have to suffer anymore!
I suffered from debilitating back pain after a car accident. Doctors told me I would need surgery on my spine. I turned to a simple and easy-to-do Qigong exercise contained in this course that is a gentle, rhythmic, undulation of the spine coupled with soft breathing exercises. It will not only ease your aching back but also deeply relax you. I never needed that spinal surgery and now my back is in better shape than most people half my age.
We fused cutting-edge sports science and sports medicine with the ancient Qigong exercises for back pain for ultimate back pain relief.
Each exercise will soften the back through gentle yet strengthening and dynamically stretching exercises coupled with slow, deep breathing. Some of the myriad of benefits:
- Relieve back pain
- Strengthen your back
- Dynamically stretch your back
- Strengthen the internal organs
What’s Included In The Qigong for Back Pain Online Course:
- A series of ancient Qigong exercises to ease back pain
- Special Qigong Breathing techniques
- Qigong Meditation
- Fascia and its unique role in this Qigong
- Anatomy of 8 Qigong for Back Pain exercises
- Chinese Medicine applications of Qigong for Back Pain exercises
- Downloadable PDFs with high-resolution photos
- Quizzes and answers
- Lifetime access
Free yourself from the pain and suffering of back pain with White Tiger Qigong’s Qigong for Back Pain Online Course.
Q: Do I need any Qigong experience to do this course?
A: This course is for anyone with back pain and you do not need any prior experience.
Q: How much do I have to practice?
A: As little as 5 minutes can have instant back pain relief in some cases. We recommend to train at least 3 times per week or whenever you have back pain.