Like Tai Chi, Qigong also accommodates busy schedules because it can be done incrementally—and sometimes involves only the smallest parts of the body. Jouvin (a practitioner) , for example, sometimes performs an ultra-slow form of twiddling the thumbs under the table at meetings; she focuses on the minutest sensations—skin, heat, joint rotation, relationships among the clasped and moving fingers—and finds this tends to calm her down, especially during heated professional debates, she says with a smile. “These are things you can easily do to help yourself and focus,” she adds.
With not enough time in a day.
What can you do?
Can you find a way?
Qigong can be done anywhere, so it's up to you.