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Thirteen Movements to Stretch the Body and Make it More Supple, and Guiding and Harmonising Energy to Regulate the Breath

Thirteen Movements to Stretch the Body and Make it More Supple, and Guiding and Harmonising Energy to Regulate the Breath

Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong exercises regulate the body, breathing and the mind to achieve an improved quality of life. This book focuses on concentration, stretching the body to increase suppleness and adjusting the body's energy flow to control respiration.

Featuring clear and detailed explanations of every movement along with photographs and an accompanying DVD, this book will be equally useful to practitioners and beginners interested in taking up Qigong. This is the second volume in Professor Zhang Guangde's foundation Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong sequences, and the movements described synchronize breathing and concentration by enhancing the body's flow of blood and energy to achieve higher levels of physical and mental agility.

This will be an essential text for Qigong practitioners and students and is accessible enough for the beginning Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong student.

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Contents

Thirteen Movements To Stretch The Body And Make It Supple. Characteristics. Movement (standing). Preparation. 1. Push the hands upward, look at the sky. 2. Lean the body to the left, then to the right. 3. Support the sky while turning the body. 4. Open the chest by leaning backward. 5. Fold the hips; raise the coccyx. 6. Raise the coccyx and turn to the left. 7. Raise the coccyx and turn to the right. 8. Fold the hips; raise the coccyx. 9. The white chimpanzee folds its body. 10. Straighten the legs; raise the coccyx. 11. The dragonfly embraces the column. 12. Return to the upright position. 13. Open the wings to regulate the breathing. End of the sequence. Movement (seated). Explanations. Supplementary details. Guiding And Harmonising Energy To Regulate The Respiration. Introduction. Movement (standing). Preparation. 1. Regulate the respiration on the left. 2. Regulate the respiration on the right. 3. Regulate the respiration on both sides. End of the sequence. Movement (seated). Explanations. Complementary details. Photos. Appendices. 1. Dan Tian. 2. Que Qiao The “Magpie Bridge”.3. Massage the face. 4. Acupoints involved. 5. 13 Movements, techniques for progression. 6. Abdominal respiration, techniques for progression. 7. Presentation IIDYYSG.

Overview

AuthorZhang Guangde
PublisherSinging Dragon
Number Of Pages112
Book FormatPaperback
ISBN9781848190719

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