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The Biospirals Method of Qigong

Qigong is an ancient Chinese movement and meditation system for health and well-being. The term includes all the disciplines, methods and arts which are concerned with the development of vital energy. 

The Biospirals Method is the result of long, patient work which begun in 1984, Venice/Italy, by Master Franco Mescola, founder of Il Centro Ricerche Tai Chi (the Taiji Research Centre) and creator of the Method.  It consists of a series of meditations, breathing exercises and sequences based on the spiralling movements of energy in nature. The movements are soft, gentle and flowing. The Method is divided into three sequences corresponding with three levels of difficulty, plus a fourth sequence for the advanced. The exercises are performed focusing more on the flow of internal energy than on muscular strength.  

The benefits of this work are particularly noticeable in the bone structure, joints, muscle-tendon system, fascia-connective system and, most of all, the energetic system.  Slow repetition of the movements brings one to a state of deep calm which, excluding the central nervous system allows the body and mind to free itself of the negative effects accumulated by excessive stress. The Method is accessible to all ages and levels of physical ability. 

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