Quchi

Quchi means Bending Pond and is on the Large Intestine Channel. This point is located on the edge of the outer crease of the elbow when bent. Treating this point helps joint pain and paralysis in the arms, skin disorders with heat and dizziness. We use this point in the movement Child Swinging. Weizhong means Artery Centre and is located on the Urinary Bladder Channel, which runs from the back of the head and down the back of the legs to the small toe. This point is located in the middle of the...

Shou Gong

Zhanzhuang Pile Standing

Shou Gong is the movement we do when we have completely finished our Qigong exercises. 1 Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. 2 Raise both hands to the side of the body up to shoulder height J When your arms reach shoulder height, bend the elbows and bring the palms past the face, upper body and Dantian. 4 Lower hands down the Ren Channel and on to the Lower Dantian. Do this a further two times. When you raise the arms, imagine you are gathering all the Qi from the heaven and pouring it...

Many ways one way

Form Qigong

There many different styles of Qigong, originating from five schools of thought Daoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, martial and medical healing . However, all have the same principle of making the vital energy stronger and the body healthy. Qigong dates back over 3,000 years. During this time, ancient Chinese people lived along the Yellow River, and they had to find ways to survive in that area. As there was a lot of water there and often flooding, the climate was very damp. The people suffered a...

Michael Tse Qigong Blood Pressure

Michael Tse Bio

Qigong pronounced 'chee-gong' is a popular form of traditional Chinese exercise which uses the body's vital energy to make you stronger and healthier and live longer. In Qigong for Healing and Relaxation world renowned Qigong Master Michael Tse introduces a new series of easy Qigong movements. These movements, because of their simplified form, enable you to focus energy on a particular part of the body for healing and relaxation. This fully illustrated guide to better health is suitable for...

Qolden Dragon Stretches Its Claws

GOOD FOR Arthritis Coordination Finger injury 1 Stand with your left foot forward and your right foot back. All your weight should be on the back leg, which is bent. Your left leg front leg should be straight and light. Hold your left hand at around ear level and your right hand by your waist. Both hands should be held like dragons' claws with the fingers slightly rounded and the palm hollowed. The waist should be open, with the upper body turning 45 degrees to the right. 2 Simultaneously shift...

Introduction

IGONG ARE TRADITIONAL Chinese healing exercises that harnesses Qi - vital energy, or the life force - through breathing techniques, movements, postures and meditation. Practising Qigong helps you to balance passive and active forces Yin and Yang , allowing Qi to flow freely and harmoniously. If you are a complete newcomer to Qigong, vou'll find a full explanation of it in Chapter 1. Healthy Living Gong is a set of Qigong exercises that 1 began to develop in 1996, based upon over 30 years of my...

Child Swinging

GOOD FOR Arthritis Tennis elbow Circulation ACUPUNCTURE POINT Quchi see page 62 Bend your left knee and lean body sideways and fully extend the left arm with palm facing backward. The right arm should be bent with the fingers touching the left Quchi point see page 62 , which is just on the crease of the elbow when it is bent. Move the body back towards the centre while simultaneously closing the left hand over the right arm so the left fingers are now touching the right Quchi point. The right...