Our mission is to offer a broad view of the world’s esoteric heritage via an open approach that melds extant spiritual knowledge into a single, unified system. Qi-Yo is a YOGALEIDOSCOPE of practices, offering guidance on a journey that helps modern individuals recognize their creative identity and embrace spirituality in a constantly evolving world.
Qi-Yo Yoga is the first system to unite Qi-GongQigong, chi kung or chi is the practice of aligning one’s breath, movements and awareness for exercise, healing and meditation. With roots in Chinese medicine, martial arts and philosophy, qigong is traditionally viewed as a practice used to cultivate and balance the qi (chi) or what has been translated as “intrinsic life energy.” Typically, a qigong practice involves rhythmic breathing coordinated with a slow, stylized repetition of fluid movements; a calm, mindful state; and visualization of guiding the qi through the body. Qigong is now practiced worldwide and is considered by some to be exercise and by others to be a type of alternative medicine or meditative practice. From a philosophical perspective, qigong is believed to help develop human potential, allow access to higher realms of awareness and awaken ones “true nature.”, Tai ChiTai chi chuan or Taijiquan, often shortened to tai chi, taiji or tai chi in English, is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and health benefits. It is also typically practiced for a variety of other personal reasons: its hard and soft martial art techniques, demonstration competitions and longevity. Taiji is the child of an ancient philosophical system, Taoism. The central Taoist premise is to follow the course of nature. Taijiquan stands as one of the great human achievements, an amalgamation of physical, mental and energetic skills. The slow motion dance is taijis outermost surface. Taijiquan is a series of complex movements strung together into a continuous sequence. Most of Taijiquan is secreted away inside that dance. Most of Taijiquan lies beneath the surface like the ocean lies beneath the waves. Taijiquan teaches us simply ‘to be.', and Balinese practicesSwami Agung was initiated by the Sandhi Murthi lineage in Bali, Indonesia. with traditional Vedantic YogaWitnessing the four functions of mind: manas, the coordinator of actions and sensation; chitta, the storage bank; ahamkara, which allows ‘I’ to interact with objects; buddhi, which is the higher faculty of knowing, deciding, adjudging, and discriminating. Exploring contemplative meditation on three levels: waking, dreaming, deep sleep; conscious, unconscious, subconscious; gross, subtle, causal. Directly contemplating on the center of consciousness, seeking to experientially examine the question, ‘Who am I?’ They seek to know the Atman, which is the center of consciousness and, ultimately the qualitatively same essence as Brahman, the Absolute.. The system came to life in the early 1990s and in January 2013, it received acknowledgement as the first system of its kind by the Yoga Federation, Assist World Records Foundation and the Mayor of Pondicherry, India. Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga is also the first system to offer a theosophical philosophyTheosophy is considered to be a part of the broader field of esotericism, which refers to hidden knowledge of wisdom that offers the individual enlightenment and salvation. The theosophist seeks to understand the mysteries of the universe and the bonds that unite the universe, humanity and the divine. The goal of theosophy is to explore the origins of divinity humanity and the world. Theosophists attempt to discover a coherent description of the purpose and origin of the universe. Helen Petrovna Blavatsly, the mother of modern theosophy, was one of Swami Agungs teachers. The three fundamental propositions expounded upon by Blavatsy are: there is an omnipresent, eternal, boundless and immutable reality in which spirit and matter are complementary aspects; there is a universal law of periodicity or evolution through cyclic change; all souls are identical with the universal oversoul, which is itself an aspect of the unknown reality. in a wide spectrum of different world Yoga sourcesAn integrated knowledge of the systems known to humanity today., spiritual practicesFrom both West and East, holistic methodsAncient and modern and esoteric teachings! Conceived by Swami Agung in 1996, the system allows anyone, regardless of age or physical condition, the ability to reduce stress, gain flexibility and focus on their his purpose. A regular Qi-Yo routine combines breath extensionsPrāṇāyām (Sanskrit: प्राणायाम prāṇāyām) is the ‘extension of the prāṇ or breath’ or ‘extension of the life force.’ The word is composed of two Sanskrit words, Prana which means life force or vital energy, particularly, the breath and ayām, to extend or draw out. The origins of this yogic discipline lie in ancient Bharat (India) and what is known as present day Hinduism. with asanaAsana (/ ˈ ɑː s ən ə /; Sanskrit; आसनāsana [ˈɑːsənə] sitting down or (आस ās to sit down) is a body position typically associated with the practice of yoga. It was originally identified as a mastery of sitting still. In the practice of yoga, asana refers to two things: the place where a practitioner (or yogin, in general usage; yogi for male; and yogini for female) sits and the manner (posture) in which he/she sits. In the Yoga sutras, Patanjali suggests that asana is “to be seated in a position that is firm, but relaxed” for extended or timeless periods. routines, meditationMeditation is a practice in which an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness, either to realize some benefit or as an end in itself. Meditation is the art and science of systematically observing, accepting, understanding and training each of the levels of our being, such that we may coordinate and integrate these aspects of ourselves and dwell in the direct experience of the center of consciousness. Meditation is a complete process onto itself. Only a small, although useful, part of this process relates to the physical body. , energy enhancementUplifting an individual’s field of vibration and cleansingRemoving blockages and negative residue, visualization and chanting techniques to promote total well-being, mental clarity, and inner peace. 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Qi-Yo Yoga Blend
Qi-Yo initiates movement for all who seek on all paths. Qi-Yo not only blends traditional Indian Yoga with Chinese Qi-Gong and Tai-Chi, but it also combines Daoist Yoga with Reiki, the Indonesian based Moksha Instant Enlightenment technique with Zen practices, the Latihan liberation method with Vipassana mindfulness meditation, the whirling dervish trance dance with Esoteric Healing, and Psychodrama with Authentic Movement. It represents a new Human Design System to be used by all individuals who wish to learn and experience the many different sources of Yoga and spiritual wisdom available in the world from ancient times to the current digital age. The method stems from the founder’s firm belief in the Unity in Plurality concept that fosters mutual coexistence, tolerance and planetary peace.