Practice At Home for Mental Health

Qi Gong or Tai Chi needs to be practised every day.  It is the same as taking medication every day but Qi Gong and Tai Chi are organic self-healing.  It is safe and effective, especially if you are unable to go out.
For people with mental disorders, please try to practice for up to 20 minutes each day.  Every day will build up your mental and physical strength as well as your confidence.  As you gain strength, aim to do 45 minutes each day.


  • Do what you can do.
  • Do it in a safe place.
  • Relax all joints.
  • Try to do it every day.
  • Can do it any time of day.
  • Do it with an empty mind.
  • Use the mind not strength.
  • Move your body from the Dan Tian.
  • Breathing in and out from the Dan Tian.


  • Don’t force yourself to do a movement if you can’t do it.
  • Don’t do it with a full stomach.
  • Don’t do it when you are hungry.
  • Don’t do it in the draught or rain.
  • Don’t do it in a rush.
  • Don’t think negative things.
  • Don’t talk.
Introduction from Angela

Practice at Home: For Mental Health - Online video course

Practice at Home with Angela as she leads you through Tai Chi & Qi Gong exercises that you can perform in your own home. Videos are made available online and can be watched on any PC, tablet, Smart TV or other device capable of running YouTube. After completing your purchase, you'll receive an email with a private link to watch the videos you've purchased.
Session 1: This is a Qi Gong deep breathing meditative exercise to help us to bring the breathing, mind and body together. To help us have tranquility, composure and to have a peaceful mind.
Session 2: This Qi Gong moving follows natural energy movements such as ascending, descending, opening and closing to help energy flow. To have peace and harmony in our inner environment.
Session 3: This accupuncture points self-massage is for helping us to have tranquility and composure. Helps you sleep better, improves digestion, removes stagnation and helps us have stronger energy.

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