Qigong for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Qigong for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
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Practicing true Qigong, learned from our online Qigong for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome course, can have a big impact on people who are suffering with this ailment. As part of my Shiatsu practice I usually teach/prescribe appropriate Qigong for CFS to patients who are suffering from this ailment. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also referred to as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis [ME] or Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease [SEID]) is extremely debilitating and care has to be taken during treatment so that energy is not drained any further. Qigong, when practiced properly, increases energy, vitality and stamina.

The feedback that I have received about the efficacy of these Qigong has led me to create an online course for people who are suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Not everyone has access to a Shiatsu practitioner but most people have access to the internet and this course should be of real benefit to them.

The course is hosted on the Udemy learning website and is covered by the Udemy lifetime access guarantee. The course costs £19.99 and currently has a 25% discount so you only pay £14.99. You can book onto it using this discount link – Qigong for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

“Qigong does not produce quick fixes but, through time and practice, it has a cumulative effect on health and well being. How long it takes is dependent on many factors, the biggest two being frequency and quality of practice.
If you follow Des’s guidelines in this course I feel sure that you will notice a difference……… but try to be patient with yourself and give the Qigong (and yourself) a chance.”

In this course, each Qigong exercise will be broken down into three lessons: The instructions, including movement, breathing and focus in the standing position. The instructions, including movement, breathing and focus in the seated position. Finally, a follow me video that can be used whether you are standing or sitting.

These three exercises have been chosen as examples of the Qigong for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome that I prescribe. However, they are not the only exercises that I use for this condition as treatment is tailored to suit the needs of the individual. That said, they are among the commonest ones that I use.

Qigong for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – the Benefits

  • The first exercise works with the Stomach and Spleen meridians. When the energy in these meridians is low your entire physical energy is also low. The benefits of bringing Stomach and Spleen back into harmony are: Better flexibility in the muscles, better muscle tone, increased physical energy and increased ability to exercise (increased stamina).
  • The second exercise is a Lung meridian exercise that also works on the Large Intestine meridian. Enhancing Lung Qi increases energy levels and reduces fatigue in the upper body. It increases vitality, reduces melancholy and low mood. Enhancing Large Intestine Qi reduces fatigue in the lower body and increases determination, it also allows you to let go of negative thoughts and patterns.
  • The third exercise is a Five Elements exercise that brings balance to the entire energy system and then goes on to maintain that balance. The first two exercises will lift your energy levels and this one is effective at maintaining them.

We also provide online tuition, via Skype. For details and availability please use our Contact page and leave your details.


  • Very well detailed, easy to follow and fascinating.” – R.M.
  • ” Clear and detailed.” – K.L.

Booking on to the course

Further details can be found in the free previews
The course costs £19.99 and currently has a 25% discount so you only pay £14.99.
Order it here – Qigong for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Interested in Qigong? Why not join our Qigong community on Facebook. We are a group of friendly practitioners who are keen to share their experience! Click here to request to join – San Bao Qigong

Further reading

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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