Digital EasyCare Wellness Qigong Course in English February 4th

On February 4th, we will hold our course EasyCare Wellness Qigong in English again. The course is also arranged during the spring in Swedish on March 24th. The time is 9-12 Swedish time on both occasions. Hope to see you there! Feel free to recommend others you think might enjoy the training.

More information about the course and registration at:

During the course, a teacher shows exercises and explains how to carry them out. You follow along and test from home.

Summer and Winter Course 2024

Summer Course

The dates are now set for our courses next summer. Like this year, we will arrange the 18 days online training course called SOL – Summer Course Training Online. Also, we will arrange a 9 days Summer Course on-site at Hjälmared’s Folkhögskola. The dates for SOL are June 24 – July 11 and the Summer Course will be held July 26 – August 4.

This year’s Summer Course got good feedback. To meet and practice together with many others again in our special Qi-field and to listen to and learn directly from Dongyue Su had been longed for. Also, our new course location, Hjälmared’s Folkhögskola, was appreciated.

During the course, accommodation and food are provided at Hjälmared’s Folkhögskola. Accommodation is provided in dormitories as well as in double and single rooms. It is also possible for three people to stay in a double room, in case one person sleeps on a mattress on the floor. Single rooms are limited in number and are primarily provided to those in need due to medical reasons.

Keep an eye on our website, the course will soon be added among upcoming courses.

Winter Course

The Winter Course will be arranged February 19-24 in Karlskoga and is preceded by a basic course in Shenxin Qigong February 17-18. You may register through our course list here at our website.


Hjälmared’s folkhögskola.
The venue is situated by water and green nature.

Autumn Online Training Updates: Basic Course Sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Plus a New Recording from the Summer Course!

Option F, which we tried successfully before the summer, will return starting in September. Now it is new voices that give passwords. Every Tuesday and Thursday, Swedish time 19.30 – 20.30. The sessions are the same as option A, open to those who have participated in the basic course Hold Qi Up.

If you want to swap another training session included in Option A-E for one of the Option F sessions, you can do so without letting us know. Whether it is a single time or several. No matter what session you missed or for any other reason want to change.

Registration is done as usual via, the price for option F is SEK 330 per month to be paid in advance.

The arm training session in the morning on Saturdays will from September be replaced with one we recorded with all 9-day course participants this summer. Here, too, it is a new voice that gives the passwords.

Click here for more information about our online training. Welcome to our special online qi-field!

We will now have a recording directly from the Summer Course! There, we trained in Hjälmared, with proximity to a lake and green areas.

Scientific article from a training project with European Zhineng Qigong

Researchers at Lund University engaged us to perform a training project, in which patients with chronic pain from lumbar spine disorders participated. Recently, a scientific article has been published from the project, with good results.

The project was initiated due to many of our participants having experienced major health improvements from European Zhineng Qigong training, including recoveries from neuropathic pain and chronic diseases with functions being restored.

The training project was conducted in Lund, Sweden, for 3 months and included teaching and training of Zhineng Qigong for 4 weekends, and 2 evenings per week. Daily individual training was also recommended, with the help of our training CD.

In the scientific article, it is described that patients were recruited through the Orthopaedic clinic at Skåne University Hospital and Primary healthcare centres. Thirty patients completed the evaluation, which included a 2-week pain diary and several health questionnaires. These were completed by the patients directly before and after the training project, after which the answers were analyzed at group level. The researchers also evaluated aspects of feasibility.

The patients have had symptoms for an average of 15 years and the majority have had degenerative lumbar spine disorder (disc herniation, spinal stenosis, spondylolysis-olisthesis, or segmental pain). It is mentioned that these conditions often affect neural structures, with symptoms such as pain in the lower back/buttocks/hip/leg/foot, weakness and numbness.

The health results showed statistically significant decreased pain intensity and increased time free from pain. Several patients were able to reduce or completely stop their intake of pain-relieving medication, whereas nobody needed to increase their intake. The researchers also investigated 7 additional lumbar spine-related symptoms other than pain. These also decreased significantly in number and the time free from these symptoms increased. Furthermore, spine-related disability, which is mentioned as common in chronic lower back pain, was also investigated and decreased significantly. Likewise, the health-related quality of life is often decreased, and various aspects of this were measured and showed significant improvements, including improved sleep and increased energy level/vitality.

About half of the patients had undergone lumbar spine surgery 1-6 years before the project, but still had considerable remaining symptoms. Also these patients reported significant improvements, which the researchers highlighted as interesting.

The scientific article can be seen here, where a Pdf version can be freely downloaded.

Reference: Pozarek, G., Strömqvist, B., Ekvall Hansson, E., Ahlström, G. Pain and function in patients with chronic low back pain and leg pain after Zhineng Qigong – a quasi-experimental feasibility study. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 24, 480 (2023). is licensed under CC BY 4.0

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