Zhineng Qigong Society

The founding of the Zhineng Qigong Society was initiated in December 1989 when a group of six friends in Singapore went to China to learn Zhineng Qigong for a month under Pang Ming and his assistants. The training stint left a deep impression on the group and convinced them on the beneficial health effects of Zhineng Qigong.

Upon return to Singapore, the group started to organize practice sessions along with friends and relatives and practiced Zhineng Qigong in earnest. As beneficial effects of the practice became realized and word spread, the group grew bigger and bigger. It was then decided that a society should be formed to properly manage and conduct training courses. Thus the Zhineng Qigong Society was registered in May 1991. The Zhineng Qigong Society is a non-profit organization with its main objective to promote good health among its members, and is managed by a Committee elected by members. There are about 500 active members. The Society organizes daily practices, regular training courses, health classes and qigong camps. Membership and course fees are kept low to encourage the public to learn and enjoy the health benefits of Zhineng Qigong. Members are encouraged to attend the daily practices at the Society's training center. No fees are charged for these practices.      
 

Qigong Camp in Singapore (Jun 2017)

 

Qigong Camp in Singapore (Nov 2016)

Qigong Camp in Singapore (May 2016)

 

Qigong Camp in Singapore (November 2015)

Qigong Camp in Singapore (May 2015)

 
 

Qigong Camp in Singapore (November 2014)

 


Qigong Camp in Singapore (June  2014)

 

Qigong Camp in Kunming (May 2013)  

 

Qigong Camp in Guilin (May 2012) 

Qigong Camp in Singapore (December 2011)

Qigong Camp in Shijiazhuang (May 2011)

Qigong Camp in Singapore (May 2010)

  Qigong Camp Singapore May 2010


Qigong Camp in Shantung, China (May/Jun 2009)

   Qigong Camp Shantung May/Jun 2009



Qigong Camp in Xiamen, China (May/Jun 2008)



Qigong Camp in Johor, Malaysia (Nov 2008)

Qigong Camp Johor Nov 2008  



Qigong Camp in Johor, Malaysia (Nov 2007)

Qigong Camp Johor Nov 2007    Qigong Camp Johor Nov 2007

 



Membership

There are five classes of membership and membership fees:

Training Modules

Three modules of Zhineng Qigong are offered at the Society's training center:

To achieve good health, one needs to learn and practice Module 1 regularly to harness the external universal qi into the body. Module 2 helps the practitioner to regulate the internal qi in his body and achieve greater and faster health benefits. Module 3 is for more advanced practitioners and focused on using sound and movements to activate the qi in the five organs namely, the heart, kidneys, spleen, liver and lungs.

Along with these modules, extra forms of Zhineng Qigong are also taught:

Three Centers Merge Standing Meditation
Stretching Qi
Wall Squatting Method