Spring Forest Qigong is a powerful, yet simple form of energy healing developed in China and used there for thousands of years. In the Chinese language 'Qi ' means energy and 'gong' means work. So Qigong literally means 'work the energy.'
What is Qigong? Understanding the Human Qi Circulatory System Dr. Yang presents a clear and fascinating scientific explanation of his Qigong theory, and offers simple Qigong exercises for you to begin experiencing your Qi (energy).
If you’ve ever seen a group of people moving in exquisitely graceful dance-like exercises in your local park, gym, or community center, you have witnessed the ancient Chinese arts of tai chi (taiji) and qigong. These ordinary people are improving their health, strength, balance, concentration, and mental well-being—and they are having fun while doing it! Best of all, you can enjoy all these benefits yourself, regardless of your current level of physical fitness.
Now for the first time, qigong The Tien Tao Qigong training is available in a comprehensive home-study curriculum. You will learn more than 70 qigong practices for harnessing the massive power of qi to create vitality, spiritual balance, and physical health. Complete kit includes: a 59-page, weekly workbook of original material that directs you step-by-step on this classical, life-changing course. Qigong DVD workout offers you a complete, 90-minute programmable workout. 5 audio CD training course covers every phase of qigong theory and practice, including 25 rare meditation exercises that balance emotions, boost immunity, increase sexual vitality, and enhance spiritual well-being. Qigong Healing DVD includes three hours of essential teachings and exercises to learn how to direct the healing qi energy to others effectively and safely.
Men who practiced Sexual QiGong became physically powerful, mentally calm, sexually vital and even reported multiple orgasms which lead to deeper love making experiences.
Erle Montaigue demonstrates the basics of Tai Chi Qigong.
Taiji Qigong is an ancient Chinese set of exercises which develops the strength and flexibility of the body, increases your vitality, and promotes deep relaxation. The movements also prepare your body and mind for great Taiji (Tai Chi) practice by loosening your joints, warming your muscles, stimulating your Qi (energy) flow, and sharpening your concentration. Qigong is the key to developing the phenomenal martial power of Taijiquan.
The Internal Exercises (Chi Kung) passed down through generations have been carefully refined. They include Reeling Silk practices and Qing Yao 18 Forms. These patterns are relatively simple and considered effective on chronic diseases such as neurasthenic, high blood pressure, heart disease, dyspepsia and arthritis.
Amazing Spiritual Tai Chi Form delivers both Radiant Body Health & Deep Soul Centering.
In the new edition of this best-selling video – Dr. Yang – Jwing-Ming instructs and demonstrates ”the Eight Pieces of Brocade” – one of the most popular sets of Chinese healing exercises. These gentle breathing – stretching and strengthening movements activate the Qi energy and blood circulation in your body – helping to stimulate your immune system – strengthen your internal organs – and give you abundant energy. With both a sitting and standing set – anyone can practice these simple and effective exercises in as little as 20 minutes a day. Known in China as the Ba Duan Jin – The Eight Pieces of Brocade has been practiced for over 1 – 000 years.