August 31, 2009 by  
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*** New dedicated Qigong Website now live!

Go to www.qigongmelbourne.com.au ***


Qi Gong - Abby


The benefits of Qigong are far reaching. When practiced regularly and appropriately, it improves your physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual health. It includes stillness meditation and active meditation that synchronizes movement with breath.




Abby LeeAbby is a certified instructor of Ziran Qigong certified by Master Liu Deming. She enjoys sharing the philosophy, knowledge andskills of this ancient art form through teaching Qigong classes (group and private) and running workshops. Her experiences and skills in Psychosomatic Therapy, Transpersonal Counselling and Vibrational/Energy Healing add more depth to her  practise and teaching.

Besides training under the direct guidance of Master Liu Deming since 2005, Abby has also trained with various Qigong and martial arts masters in Australian (Master Louis Liu, Professor Yong Qiang Wang, Shaolin Master Qi Guang Chen), China (Master Han Yan Wu of Beijing, Shoalin Master Jiao Hong Min) and Thailand (Master Mantak Chia).


What is Qigong?

Qigong (Qi Gong/Chi Kung) is the Chinese discipline devoted to development of understanding, awareness and the harmonizing of one’s mind, body, qi (chi) and spirit. It plays a strong part in Chan Buddhism (Zen) and Taoist philosophy, as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese Martial Arts.

Qigong has been used extensively in China as part of traditional Chinese medicine, and is included in the curriculum of Chinese Universities. Throughout the world qigong is now recognized as a form of complementary and alternative medicine, with positive effects on diverse ailments.

Qigong practice involves rhythmic breathing, coordinated with slow stylized repetition of fluid movement, and a calm mindful state.

From a philosophical perspective Qigong is believed to help develop human potential, allow access to higher realms of awareness, and awaken one’s true nature.

People practice qigong for many different reasons, including for exercise and recreation, prevention and self-healing, meditation and self-cultivation, and training for martial arts.

As a healing art, Qigong practitioners focus on prevention and self-healing, traditionally viewed as balancing the body’s energy meridians and enhancing the intrinsic capacity of the body to heal.

Ziran Qigong 

Abby's Lotus


Ziran Qigong is a progressive set of exercises that retains all the original concepts and benefits associated with traditional Qigong, while using terms and expressions and following a progression of practice that modern people can associate with and understand.

“The main aim of Ziran Qigong is to obtain an understanding of one’s mind and body and the link between the two.”

Our practice of Qigong has been passed down via the Zi Ran Qigong lineage and has been refined through many generations throughout the ages. Master Deming Liu is the inheritor of the Ziran Qigong system, as well as being an active researcher into Qigong.

Ziran Qigong training concentrates and works to develop this link between mind and body. Through Movement of Qigong and Taoist Tranquility Meditation, Ziran Qigong aims to create emptiness and stillness, allows one to drop life’s baggage, cleaning out the unneccessary emotional belongings and attachments, this can develop the inner peace and strength to help deal with day to day stress and heal mental and physical sickness.





There is no beginning or end in movement, There is no beginning or end in stillness, change is instant, Movement is within stillness.

True or false, real or empty,

All actions are spontaneous,

Actionless action.


Ziran Qigong Stage One for Beginners


There are 3 parts to Ziran Qigong Stage One:

  • Ziran Qigong Level 1
  • Five Element Qigong
  • Tranquility Meditation

Ring or email now to register for your class.

To view Class timetable and calendar, go to the new dedicated Qigong website – www.qigongmelbourne/qigong-class

Or contact:

Phone: (0412) 398 368

Email: Abby

Click here to read testimonials about Abby’s Qigong classes


Five Element (Wu Xing) Qi Gong (part of Ziran Qi Gong) performmed by Abby’s teacher – Master Liu Deming:


A more comprehensive version of this video is available in the DVD below. Includes a bonus Tai Chi track.
Click the “Buy Now” button to order your personal copy.


By Master Liu De Ming

 Five Element (Wu Xing) Qi Gong DVD

By Master Liu
A$39.95 Plus A$8 postage
(Amount in Australian Dollars)
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18 Responses to “Qigong”
  1. Dickie Page says:

    I really like this clip of the 5 elements, do you have more of this video. Do you have a DVD of this? Do you have online classes? Wha like to know more.

  2. rosoilson says:


  3. rosoilson says:

    Liu master, I liked it very exercises qi gong, am practising, very good, congratulations! Debtor!

  4. John Walcott says:

    could you help me I am trying to locate the website of Mater liu De ming. I am trying to purchase a copy of th 5 element form

  5. RAZAK says:

    xing wu qi gong exercies are very great, i have including my daily morning routunes, iwould like to teach more. also i am a taichi practitioner,
    thanks Master Liu……..

  6. Jason Palmer says:

    Good day,
    I am writing because I have been practicing this Qigong for about two months now and have felt a significant increase in my overall health. I was very ill for four months and could not walk for the first month. And had very little capabilities for the remaining three. I started with this exercise because of the easy to follow movements and awesome music. Since then I have begun a two a day regimen morning and night. I find myself calmer and more open to lifes energy. I am curious if there is any information that would explain each movements purpose. As I live in Alaska and cannot attend the classes, I feel that any related education that is available would compliment the exercises natural healing abilities. Thank you for your very awesome Qigong. Its much appreciated.

  7. admin says:

    Hi Jason. Thank you for your feed back. It’s heart warming to hear your story and know that the practise has helped you in your healing journey. Congratulations on your proactiveness and resilience. It is so important to practise regularly for Qi Gong to work. Keep it up! Sorry for my slow reply. I’ve been on a sabbatical and travelling. I have now included a DVD that you can buy on my web page. http://www.compasscoaching.com.au/category/services-workshops/qi-gong

  8. admin says:

    Thanks for your comment Razak. Keep up the good work! Sorry for the slow reply. I’ve been on a sabbatical and travelling.

  9. admin says:

    Hi John. Sorry for the slow reply. I’ve been on a sabbatical and travelling. The Five Element Qi Gong DVD by Master Liu is now available for purchase on my website. http://www.compasscoaching.com.au/category/services-workshops/qi-gong

  10. admin says:

    Thanks for your comment. Keep practising! Sorry about the slow reply, I’ve been on a sabbatical and travelling the last year.

  11. admin says:

    Glad you like it. Sorry for the slow reply, I have been on a sabbatical for the last year or so and travelling. Have just returned. Onlince classes under development. The Five Element Qi Gong DVD by Master Liu is now available for purchase on my website. http://www.compasscoaching.com.au/category/services-workshops/qi-gong

  12. Sherry says:

    Is the DVD of the 5 element qigong narrated so one knows what element is being concentrated on a time? I would like more information before I purchase the DVD.


  13. admin says:

    Hi Sherry,

    Yes, it demonstrates the meridian and Qi flow linked to each element and takes you through each element/meridian step by step. In addition, there’s a bonus Tai Chi sequence on the DVD too. You’ll enjoy it! If you need any other information, do email me at [email protected]

  14. Arthur says:

    Comments: I have been studying tai chi / qi gong for ten years. My teacher is currently teaching the Wu Xing Qi Gong (Five Element Qi Gong)as seen in the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-EA86oKkPs. Master Liu De Ming does a beautiful presentation of the form. The video is very helpful to me in learning the form.
    I have a couple of questions:
    1. What are the names in English of the 9 parts of the form?
    2. Is there a written description of the 9 parts anywhere?
    3. If the form is called 5 Element Qi Gong in English, why are there 9 parts.
    I have seen other 5 Element Qi Gong forms that have 5 parts.

    Any info about the above would be appreciated.
    Coral Springs, FL USA

  15. Abby says:

    Thanks for appreciating the video, Arthur. I’ve sent answers via email.

  16. Isabelle says:

    This Qi-Gong is quite easy for beginners and very powerful.
    Thanks for Liu de Ming’s video. It’s a so beautiful moment.

    I have the same question than Arthur in USA:

    1. What are the names in English of the 9 parts of the form?
    2. Is there a written description of the 9 parts anywhere?
    3. If the form is called 5 Element Qi Gong in English, why are there 9 parts.

    and why can we found qi-gong of the 5 animals with the same name in chinese?

    Thanks a lot for the answer.
    I’m french and i hope my english is understandable.


  17. Abby says:

    Hi Isabelle,

    Thank you for your comment. Sorry for the slow reply. I have been travelling. I will answer your questions in an email. However I would recommend getting the DVD as it not only has the title but also detailed instructions for each move. Plus there’s a bonus Tai Chi course on it.


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