Tse Healthy Livin Gong 2 Chinese

HONG KONG-BORN Michael Tse has studied Qigong and martial arts for over 30 years with some of the world's most renowned masters. His Qigong Sifu teacher , Grandmaster Yang Meijun, passed away in China in 2002 at the age of 104. She taught him not only most of the surviving forms from the 1,800-year-old Kunlun Dayan Wild Goose system of Qigong, but also passed on the Qigong healing skills for which she was so famous. With this knowledge of Qigong, and his study of Chinese philosophy, history and...

Jade Ladder Climbing to the

Ladder Climb Stretch

GOOD FOR Coordination High blood pressure Chronic fatigue syndrome ME ACCUPUNCTURE POINTS Laogong see page 58 and Huantiao see page 59 t Stand relaxed with your feet together and your arms by the side of your body and the Laogong points facing the Huantiao points. 2 Lift up your left leg so that it is level with your waist, and at the same time, stretch up your left hand above the head so that the palm faces towards the right As you lift up the arm, straighten the right leg. The Laogong point...

Lower Middle And Upper Dantian

Where Dant

The Lower Dantian is located below the navel and is the area where Qi is stored. It is an area rather than an actual acupuncture point. The more you practise Qigong and the more Qi you store here, then the stronger this area will feel to the touch. You will also have a lot of energy and feel good when the Lower Dantian is full. This area relates to the kidneys and sexual function. The Middle Dantian is located at the middle chest and will store the overflow of Qi from the Lower Dantian as it is...

Collecting Qi to the Dantian Walking

Qigong Healing

ACUPUNCTURE POINT Ren Channel see page 64 and Laogong see page 59 Stand with your feet together and legs slightly bent. Place your hands at the Lower Dantian. the left hand over the right hand. Your back should be straight and arms loose. Step to the right side with the right foot and at the same time move the right arm out to the side of the body. Your right palm faces forwards and your left arm should stay by your side. Continue to move the right arm upwards to the Sky Eye see page 66 . As...