Balance Your Energy with the Ancient Healing Practice of Qigong
If plants can grow through granite so can you!
How can something as delicate and flimsy as a dandelion break apart a sidewalk? How can vines thread themselves into granite mountainsides? With Qi energy, that's how!
Put the power of Qigong into your day with these short videos, just packed with easy-to- follow Qigong tips based on energy principles.
Qigong is a gentle martial art but don't be fooled by its mild manner. It's slow, methodical movements are accumulating great amounts of life force that, when channeled correctly, gives you the strength to move mountains!
Taught by top instructor Michael Munson, this course provides a great way to put a mini daily Qigong practice into your daily routine. Watch the videos anytime you want a quick tip for energizing your morning or to unwind at the end of a busy day.
In this course you will learn these quick tips:
Spring in Your Step
Along with Swaying Bamboo, this is one of two basic grounding postures for preparation for deeper postures. Stimulate the acupressure points on the soles of your feet to increase your vitality and strengthen your immune system.
Swaying Bamboo Qigong
Relax your body and prepare for deeper postures with this basic, clearing movement. Recommended at the beginning of any session. Swaying Bamboo is an excellent posture for maintaining balance.
Flexibility in Joints
Joint flexibility is key to an effective, enjoyable movement practice. With these exercises, you can loosen your joints so your body can naturally and organically align itself.
Horse Riding Stance
Use Qigong Basic Posture II and Horse Riding Stance to open the Conception meridian, the major channel that runs through your chest, where the heart of your confidence resides.
The Basics of Qi Circulation
Our bodies are continuously running circuits, but they are usually below our awareness. Learn how to tune in to your body's own electricity and energy system for stronger Qi.
Opening the Heart Chakra
The heart is our emotional center. When strong emotions, whether joy or sadness, become stuck we can use these energy exercises to open and release the heart center, resuming the healthy flow of Qi.
Slow, methodical walking is a physically easy yet mentally challenging practice. Watch how your mind wants to rush the body along, while the body wants to take the time to gather all the energy that's flowing in the moment.
Life is easier to take day by day when you do it the Qigong way! Start moving your mountains today!