Qigong To Balance Yin Yang (Menopause)

Qigong With Kseny

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the Heart system is associated with the Fire element, while the Kidneys represent the Water element. The Heart, located at the top of the body, generates heat and warmth, while the Kidneys, situated at the bottom, provide cooling qualities that prevent the Fire from overheating. These systems rely on each other energetically to maintain balance. During the summer, the energy of the Fire element is strong and abundant, while Kidney energy is often in short supply. It is crucial to maintain a balance between these two elements and support the Kidney energy system through breathwork and exercise. From a TCM perspective, menopause symptoms are often related to an imbalance between Yin and Yang, or Fire and Water. When the Water element (Kidneys) is not adequately controlling the Fire element (Heart), it can lead to symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, and emotional instability. In this session, we will perform exercises that open the chest and engage the core and lower back area to support the Kidney system and the Water element. Practice regularly to harmonize your Fire (Yang) and Water (Yin) energies, ensuring a balanced and vibrant state of well-being.