The demands of my life can sometimes be very difficult, as I am working full time and writing my novels in the evenings. I do enjoy my work, but I feel the effects of the stress. Muscle tension, sleep problems and anxiety were some of them. Were – past tense!
Easy flowing movements with controlled breathing do not look like exercise, but it feels good and they could be done anywhere and any time!
Qi Gong, which is practised both as martial art and for health, is a well-known ancient form of moving meditation that promotes sound health and longevity. When mind, body and spirit are one, I have a soul connection, which makes me not just a better, more positive human being, but a better writer also.
Wayne says that if our body has a mind of its own, it would choose Qi Gong. I can say if you choose to practise Qi Gong, find someone like Wayne Harris to train you. He lives by what he teaches.
When you meet Wayne, you will understand why I say that he is an extraordinary trainer. His face is not only alight with a smile, but with inner positive energy, which will engage you in that serenity from the moment you have your first encounter with him. His calm voice makes you believe that everything is possible, and that your tension or pain will soon go away. And it does!
He shares his enamours knowledge with a passion and dedication to all students, and the most important fact is that he cares about each and everyone’s well-being. Qi Gong is now my new way of living as it heals my body and calms my mind. As a result of this, I am able to recognise the joy of a new day, every day.