Qigong : Foundation Practices: Twelve Health Exercises from the Wah Family System

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For thousands of years the Chinese have had a secret. A secret that has allowed them to treat illness in its earliest stages, a secret that allows athletes to perform amazing, seemingly superhuman, feats of strength and agility, a secret that promises a long and healthy life to those who understand and apply it. That secret is Qigong. In this book you will learn: Introductory meditation techniques Exercises to develop your breath capacity Principles of posture for qigong Exercises to become aware of your own energy Qigong concepts from Chinese medicine The location of the twelve major meridians Exercises for each of the twelve major meridians These exercises provide an excellent starting point for beginning qigong practice, and provide a firm foundation for further study.
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  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 136 x 216 x 10mm | 158.76g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0473143399
  • 9780473143398
  • 109,033

About John Munro

John Munro has studied traditional Chinese medicine and qigong under the tutelage of Alastair Laubach-Bourne, the grandmaster of the Wah family, southern tiger style, since the year 2000. His passion is the application of qigong principles to all aspects of day to day life. At the time of publication he serves as the secretary of the New Zealand Chi Kung and Traditional Chinese Medicine Association, and on the executive board of the New Zealand Charter of Health Practitioners. His qualifications include: Diploma Traditional Chinese Medicine Diploma Chi Kung Certified Neuro Linguistic Programmer Certificate Remedial Massage Certificate Personal Training He can be contacted through his website at: www.developyourqi.com
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