Qigong for Fibromyalgia

Qigong for Fibromyalgia – Empower yourself to health

The reason that I created the Qigong for Fibromyalgia online course is that as part of my Shiatsu practice I often teach and prescribe appropriate Qigong for Fibromyalgia sufferers and, from the feedback that I have received, each of them has benefited from practicing these exercises.

Discount price: £15.99 (Normally £34.99). Offer ends 27/11/2021
The course is hosted on the Udemy learning website and is covered by the Udemy lifetime access guarantee.
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– Qigong for Fibromyalgia

Recent reviews

  • “Des explains the underlying processes and principles of Qigong in a way that is easy to understand and acceptable. I hope to be able to use what he has passed on in the course in order to help others who come to me to learn.” L.R.
  • “The instruction is very clear for basics, resources are helpful, and the instructor’s attitude is encouraging and gives hope of improvement.” D.K.

In this course, each Qigong exercise will be broken down into two lessons: The instructions, including movement, breathing and focus. Then a follow me video.

The three exercises shown in the course are among the most common of those that I prescribe and they should provide relief from symptoms. But as everyone is different their Fibromyalgia symptoms can also be different. This means that tailored treatment is more likely to be successful in keeping symptoms at bay and empowering the sufferer, giving them the opportunity to be proactive when dealing with their condition. That said, the three exercises that I have selected for the course should reduce many of the symptoms as they are among those most commonly prescribed.

Using Qigong is a slow, gentle, process that gradually reduces pain, increases mobility and increases stamina. However, it is not a quick fix but, with daily practice, these benefits grow and stabilise.

Qigong for Fibomyalgia – the Benefits

  • The first exercise works with the Yin and Yang meridians in the legs. It increases overall energy, it increases flexibility and it reduces pain.
  • The second exercise works with the Gall Bladder and Liver meridians. It increases flexibility in the joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles. It also reduces pain.
  • The third exercise increases flexibility in the hips and the lower back. It also reduces upper back pain, lumbar pain, hip and thigh pain.
Qigong for fibromyalgia - wuji stance
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Booking on to the course

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Discount price: £15.99 (Normally £34.99). Offer ends 27/11/2021
The course is hosted on the Udemy learning website and is covered by the Udemy lifetime access guarantee.
Book here
– Qigong for Fibromyalgia

Further reading about Qigong for Fibromyalgia

The therapies provided by Pro Holistic are of a Complementary nature. You are advised, in the first instance, to consult a medical practitioner in order that you receive a medical diagnosis. Self-diagnosis is not recommended and internet-based advice is no substitute for a face-to-face visit with a medical practitioner.

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1 comment

  1. Hello Des,

    We emailed a while ago when I started your Qigong for Fibromyalgia course on Udemy. I hope you are well.

    I am enjoying the course and finding it very well produced. I would like to ask a question about what is causing me some problems in my practice. I know you can’t give a diagnosis or suggest treatment via e-mail but wondered if you had come across the following situation before in your work and what could be a possible cause, for example holding too much tension in the body. Whenever I practice the movements, I develop a spike in pain particularly in my upper back around and between the shoulder blades. My whole back also becomes very stiff making it difficult to have a meaningful practice session. I tried returning to a Tai Chi in 2018 but had to give up after 7 months as my body broke down and this was part of the problem. It seems to be a problem I cannot seem to ease and feel like I am going around in circles. Any advice you can give would be appreciated as at the moment I cannot achieve any consistency in my practice or is it something I just need to work through (within my limits).

    Thank-you for your help,

    Best wishes,


    Hello Richard,

    It sounds as though your Qi is stuck at Big Bone (the first thoracic vertebra) and the Kua (gates) known as the Centre of the shoulder blade gates. There is a Qigong exercise that you can use to clear these blockages and I have recorded a short video of how this Qigong is performed.

    In Wuji stance: –
    On inhalation, raise the arms to aproximately upper chest height (You need to adjust the height to focus on exactly where the Qi is stuck – where you are getting the pain) and pull the elbows back by drawing the shoulder blades together. Focus on the point/area of discomfort.
    On exhalation, lower the hands to the starting position while guiding the excessive Qi away and down through Kidney 1.


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