The practice is divided into two parts. In part one, we will learn to increase the Chi pressure in the Tan Tien, in the organs, especially the kidneys, in the fasciae, in the lumbar area and the Door of Life through a combination of breathing, contraction (pulling upward) of certain parts of the perineum (anus) toward specific areas of the abdomen and pressing down the diaphragm. The exercises also nourish our original force.
In part two, we will learn eleven animal postures. In fact, they have the same results as the exercises from part one. They are, however more powerful and will significantly enhance the Chi pressure/inner power of the Tan Tien, the strength of the perineum and the rooting power. They are actually a very good preparation for Tai Chi.
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