Turn your Head to Look at the Moon Hwei Tour Wang Yeuh

Continue from the last exercise with the same hand motion and breath coordination, but now twist your body as you exhale (Figures 3-131 and 3-132). When you inhale, twist your body to face the front and draw both hands to in front of your chest (Figure 3-133), and

Figure 3-129.

Figure 3-128.

Hand Twist Head

Figure 3-134. Figure 3-135.

when you exhale, twist your body to the side and separate your hands (Figure 3-134). If your right hand is up you should twist to the left, and vice versa. Repeat ten times.

Figure 3-134. Figure 3-135.

when you exhale, twist your body to the side and separate your hands (Figure 3-134). If your right hand is up you should twist to the left, and vice versa. Repeat ten times.

11. Big Python Turns Its Body (Dah Maang Joan Shenn) ^ M

After you have finished the last exercise, step your left leg to the left and squat down to place about 60% of your weight on it. Your body twists and your arms move exactly as in the last exercise (Figures 3-135

Turning Your Body Left And Right

Figure 3-138.

and 3-136). When you twist your body to the left, also twist your head to look to your rear. Your right hand is above your head, and you are twisting your whole body from your fingertips to your feet. When you inhale, twist your body back to face forward while exchanging your hands (Figure 3-137). Finally, exhale and twist your body to the other side (Figure 3-138). Let your feet pivot as needed to keep your stance stable. Repeat the entire movement ten times.

Figure 3-138.

and 3-136). When you twist your body to the left, also twist your head to look to your rear. Your right hand is above your head, and you are twisting your whole body from your fingertips to your feet. When you inhale, twist your body back to face forward while exchanging your hands (Figure 3-137). Finally, exhale and twist your body to the other side (Figure 3-138). Let your feet pivot as needed to keep your stance stable. Repeat the entire movement ten times.

Figure 3-139. Figure 3-140.

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