Taoist Light Qigong a religion? Nope.

Taoist Light Qigong is simply an exercise focusing on Qi cultivation. Qi is the life force, an energy level we all naturally have. It is not a religion. Taoism was founded by Lao Tzu (meaning the old/wise man/master, his real name was Li Er ), a real philosopher, thinker, and mystic who lived twenty-five hundred years ago. There were Taoist religious sects that developed in China centuries after he passed away, but Taoist Light Qigong itself remains a simple yet effective exercise and unique healing modality. There is a saying: For outer practice, you exercise your muscles; for inner practice, you cultivate your Qi. When the Qi gathers, people are born; when the Qi dissipates, people go (i.e., leave the physical body). We are all alive because of this essential Qi.

Taoist Light Qigong is not a religion and it will not conflict with any religious beliefs. It is open to everyone, though not everyone will be ready, open, or be able to connect to this natural, effortless, and healthy lifestyle.