Chi Kung is thousands of years old body culture from China. Chi Kung (Qi Gong in pinjin transcription "p.j.") can be translated as energetic exercises.The massage techniques work on the meridians where the energie is at the surface and the acupuncture points are located. We practise mainly Shiatsu, An Mo and Tui Na. In combination with Chi Kung methods like Zhang Shuang Gong, Ying Gong etc. we practise mainly Tai Chi Chuan (p.j. Tai Ji Quan) the following styles: Chen Tai Ji Quan Yang Tai Ji Quan and Sun Tai Ji Quan, Xing Yi Quan and Ba Gua Zhang Xing Yi and Ba Gua are just like Tai Ji internal boxing styles from the Taoïst tradition. Dan Tian is the central point from where Chi starts to move and supports and yields, compare with Japanese Hara. This point is located 3 fingers width below the navel and is called in Hindu tradition the orange chakra. This chakra is not at the surface, the acupuncture point at the suface is called Chi Hai (p.j. Qi Hai or Japanese Ki Hai) meaning sea of inner strength.