Sylvia Schlecht - Center of Qigong
About Sylvia

In January, 2000, I finished a 2-year course which included 340 clinical hours. At that time, I received my certificate in Qigong as a practitioner and teacher. The training was based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the Five Element Theory. I was, also, instrumental in establishing a free Qigong Clinic. 

In February, 2002, I completed a 100-hour course in Medical Qigong Therapy at the International Institute of Medical Qigong located in Pacific Grove, California.

I possess several strengths that complement my Qigong skills, such as: compassion, good listening skills, truthfulness, spirituality, and the ability to focus on each person’s unique needs.

I have been providing Qigong therapy sessions since 2000, helping improve my clients’ physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Sylvia Schlecht

About Qigong

Qigong (pronounced Chi Kung)

Qi is the Chinese word for “life energy.” According to Chinese medicine, qi is the animating power that flows through all living things.Gong means “work” or “benefits acquired through perseverance and practice.”Thus, qigong means working with the life energy, learning how to control the flow and distribution of qi to improve the health and harmony of mind, body and spirit.