15 September 2020

BM-Science has partnered with Dr. Helena Hallenberg (Chinese Health) and Dr. Tarja Kallio-Tamminen (Quantum Physics and Philosophy of Science) to conduct a collaborative research study named “Brain QiGong”.

In this longitudinal study, we seek to explore the neural counterparts (measured by the qEEG) underling the effects of complex Qigong training consisting of movements, massage, meditation, and mental visualization. The Qigong training program has been developed with the aim to increase cerebral blood flow, improve brain oxygenation, restore brain resources and balance brain vigilance. Furthermore, it is expected that such program should also improve motor coordination and balance, reduce stress, improve cognitive processes, and clear and soothe the mind. The set of first-person reports will be also collected.