Daoyin Exercise for Dredging Ren and Du Channels Jong Ren Du Daoyin Gong

Function Promotes free circulation of Qi within the Ren and Du channels and promotes proper circulation within all other channels. Methods 1. Preparation. Stand erect with feet close together, with hands hanging naturally at the sides and the chin tucked in as if supporting an object on the head. Keep your eyes looking straight ahead, breathe evenly, and focus your mind on the Dantian. Stand this way for a short while. 2. Activating the Coccyx Weiluguatt . Bend forward at waist to form an angle...

Exercise for Nourishing the Kidney for Rejuvenation Yangshen Huichun Gongj

Functions Dredges the channels, reinforces the kidneys, tonifies and prolongs life. This exercise is a superior Qigong regime for nourishing the kidney and building up the health in the old and middle-aged. Methods 1. Preparation. Stand quietly with feet shoulder-width apart. Allow the hands to hang naturally, and keep the neck and spine straightened as if supporting an object on the head. Your knees should be relaxed and slightly bent, while the toes clutch the ground. Keep your tongue against...

Regulation of Breathing

Regulation of breathing, also called inhaling and exhaling, breathing method, venting or taking in, is an important link in Qigong exercise. The ancients attached great importance to breathing exercises and described a great number of methods including inhaling Fu-Qi , eating Shi-Qi , entering Jin-Qi , swallowing Yan-Qt , circulating Xing-Qi , taking in Cai-Qi , upper breathing Shang-Xi , lower breathing Xia-Xi , full breathing Mun-Xi , blurted breathing Chong-Xi , lasted breathing Chi-Xi ,...

Exercise for Soothing the Liver and Improving Acuity of Vision Shugan Mingmu Gong

Functions Dredges the Liver Channel to nourish the liver, improves eyesight, relaxes the neck and back muscles, relieves muscular spasms of the eyes, and promotes recovery from fatigue. Methods 1. Preparation. Stand relaxed and quiet, place the feet apart as wide as the shoulders, drop the hands naturally at the sides of the body, picture supporting an object on the head, pull in the chest and straighten the back, relax the loins and knees, look straight forward, and breathe naturally. 2....

Nose and Teeth Exercise CBichi Gong

Functions Clears the nasal passages, prevents cavities by reinforcing the teeth. 1. Preparation. Assume a sitting or standing posture. Get rid of nasal discharge and become relaxed and quiet. Breathe naturally. 2. Bathing the Nose. Rub the dorsal back sides of the thumbs against each other until they are hot. Use them to rub the sides of the nose gently up and down. Rub the nose 5 times during each inspiration and expiration. Perform 6 respiratory cycles Fig. 15 . 3. Kneading the Nose Apex. Put...

Automatic Circulation Exercise Zhoutian

Zizhuan Gong also Fu Lun Zi Zhuan, or Xing Ting Functions Increases circulation and mental activities. Method Sit or lie supine. Relax all over, breathe naturally, apply the tongue against the palate, and concentrate the mind on the navel. Concentrate on the navel as the center of a circle and imagine moving the abdominal muscles during inspiration. During inspiration imaging moving the abdominal muscles from the center point clockwise to a point above the navel. During this part of the...

Eye Exercise Yan Gong

Eyes Exercises Fingers Massage

Functions Regulates the blood of the Liver Channel, soothes the liver, and improves vision. Methods 1. Preparation Sit or stand, relax, look straight ahead, and expel any distracting thoughts. 2. Moving the Eyeballs in an Infinity Pattern. Move the eyeballs and imagine that there is a flow of Qi inside their orbits. Start the eye movements from slightly above the inner corner the acupuncture point Jingming U.B. 1 of the left eye. Move the eyeballs along the upper side left orbit toward the...