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Iourishing Lung Gong is a very good exercise for those with lung problems, for example, lung infections, bronchitis, asthma, cold and flu. In fact it is good for any problems which relate to the breathing, lungs and upper body, all will benefit. Sit still with your back straight, rest your hands on your thighs so the Laogong points face the Futu points. Your head should be upright and look forwards, but half close your eyes. Concentrate your mind onyourDantianand recite the following poem by...

Swimming Dragon Qigong Images

After you have finished holding the back of your legs, lift up both hands to the sides, breathe in and lift up all your toes. Put your hands on the Futu points. Fig 6-9 ii. Close both hands. Then put the right Laogong point on the Guanyuan point and the left hand should grab the shoulder, so the Laogong point touches it. Meanwhile, breathe out and the toes should grab the ground. Turn the head to the left as if you are looking at the Big Dipper in the sky. Fig 10 iii. Then bring both hands...

Origins of Qi Gong

Swimming Dragon

Tao is considered to mean guiding the breath Tao Qi , and yin means to induce the breath Yin Qi . The premise of Daoyin is physical movement in conjunction with the breath to mobilize the Qi throughout the body. But there is much more meaning to it than just those ideas. At Mawangdui, near Changsha in Hunan Province, a large length of silk from the early Han Dynasty was discovered in an unearthed tomb. Painted on this silk were forty-four figures clearly performing Daoyin exercises. Thus it was...

Martin Gale Leeds

Six years ago I left my home in the Isle of Man and came to live in Manchester so that I could study Qigong and Wing Chun with the Tse Qigong Centre At that time I could have never imagined that one day I would be able to teach these ancient skills that belonged to generations of masters spiralling back to the beginning of creation. In fact when I first started teaching it was not even on the agenda, for at that time I was just out to help myself. I wanted to learn Wing Chun so that I would be...

Chinese Maxims

Editor Gong Dafei says in his introduction to this book, People now accord greater importance to economics, science, knowledge and culture. On the other hand, vices have cropped up in the form of money worship, corruption, self-seeking, cheating, forgery, misrepresentation and robbery. These have gravely undermined social morality. It is with this in mind that we have compiled this book of Chinese Maxims - Golden Sayings of Chinese Thinkers over Five Thousand Years. These are selections from a...

Da Cheng Quan

Dacheng Quan

Da Cheng Quan is one of the valuable methods of Chinese martial arts . It was created by Master Wang Xiang Zhai and it is a collection of the essence of Shaolin Quan, Xingyiquan and Baguazhang. Its emphasis is on practical fighting skill. The Non-stop Hitting Techniques are the basic techniques which are very powerful and useful fighting techniques. First we perform the technique individually. Imagine there is an opponent in front of you and that you use the technique against him. i. Stand with...

Hendon Seminar

Sifu Michael Tse will also be teaching a Qigong seminar on the 26th of June in Hendon, Northwest London. For details of this please contact I would be extremely grateful if you could answerthe following questions and reply back to me as soon as possible. Since childhood, I have felt insecure. This mental insecurity has grown to quite an extent in the past four years like never before. Also, whenever I am faced with threatening and dangerous situations, my body begins to shake suddenly over...

Standing Too Long

Could you please give me some advice regarding my Qigong practice I am 16 years old and currently practice Zhuan Zhuang style Qigong and have been for several months now. It is recommended by masters that I should practice my Qigong for up to 20 minutes each day. At first this was very difficult, however, now it seems to be getting much easier. In fact, I often seem to persevere for much longer than is recommended, often standing for over 40 minutes. I would like to know if this could at all be...

The Head of the Wild Goose Qigong System

Today people do things only thinking about themselves. As a result, society is getting more selfish. At school children are not taught how to be a good person. They are only taught about making money. This is wrong and so society has more criminals and bad things are happening all the time. Through learning Qigong and martial arts, we learn how to discipline ourselves and be patient. Thus we become better people as we train our hearts to be better. Our teachers educate us and show us not only...

Damaged Wrist

I have seen your articles in the martial arts magazines and would like to get your opinion on Qigong training. First off I took up Qigong when I went to New York, because I had a bad wrist injury from doing Muay Thai. I broke it three years ago and didn't realise at the time it was broken so kept training. A few months went by and I knew it was injured but didn't realise how badly until finally it got so painful that I went to an acupuncturist who told me to get it x-rayed. I went and did that...

Pia Andersson Mdlndal

Movement has been an ongoing part of my life, since I was very little. The first spontaneous movement I can recall was when my mother played V W VW W W the music from Aristocats, which inspired me to dance and jump to the lively tunes from the record. I remember the joy of moving, although I was only three years old. As a child I chose hobbies such as gymnastics, ballet, ice-skating and jazz-dance , but I eventually lost the natural joy and spontaneity , as the focus was on end result, rather...

Spontaneous Supplement

I am writing to you to see if you can help me on my search for a reputable teacher of Spontaneous Qigong in and around the London area. I went to a few classes a number of years ago which were extremely enlightening, but sadly that teacher is no longer available. I already practise a Qigong form called Dali Jing Gang Gong, but I would very much like to supplement it with Spontaneous Qigong if possible. My problem is that I'm unfortunately allergic to any food that has flavour, and avoiding...