TAI CHI AND QI GONG
Books and DVD's dedicated to Tai Chi and Qi Gong.
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This comprehensive and easy-to-read introduction to Qigong covers all the key information. Perfect for newcomers to the practice, it is fully illustrated in colour and includes a DVD demonstrating an authentic short Qigong form.
Qigong has been successfully applied to arthritis sufferers, for centuries and is still used today to rebuilt the strenght and mobility of affected joints. B/W illustrations. - By J. Yang.(2000) 145pp
This is book and DVD on the health benefits of a traditional Chinese Qigong exercise routine know as Ba Duan Jin or the Eight Section exercises. Improve your health with breathing exercises and coronary illnesses.
In this handy guide,the author describes the simplified Tai Chi-Chuan form. His descriptions highlight the spiritual essence of the form and at the same time display its graceful simplicity.Over 160 easy-to-understand illust.- By T. Dang. (1994) 65pp
This book is the first english translation of the only official textbook of medical qigong, now in its 3rd edition. An essential tool for medical students and healthcare professionals working in complementary and alternative therapies.
Rejuvenate and heal by clearing and activating the 12 meridians with this illustrated guide to 24 meridian specific Daoist yoga exercises. The principles are fully explained as the reader is guided through every aspect, including the relevant muscle.
An easy-to-learn but very extremely effective 12-movement qigong form taken from over 50 routines of Daoyin health qigong developed by Professor Zhang Guangde. The book provides fully-illustrated instruction on the 12 movements for both standing and se
This book introduces the theory behind the channels, explains their clinical applications, explores their psycho-emotional and spiritual qualities, and describes how to cultivate the channels through Nei Dan inner meditation.
With both, sitting and standing set included, anyone can do these exercises.If you've never tried a fitness program,or want an alternative to aerobics, these Qigong exercises on this DVD are for you. - By Jwing-Ming Yang (2003) 140 minutes
This beautiful and inspiring book has an essential place in any Tai Ji library, and will be of interest to students, scholars, academics, professionals, and the general reader.
Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong is a traditional Chinese internal alchemy method that embodies the spirit of the rising dragon, an auspicious symbol of transformation in Chinese culture.
Experience a private lesson with one of the world's foremost masters if Qigong. Learn the correspondence between the internal organs and Five Elements theory during an introductory lecture on traditional Chinese medicine. (2008) 180mins
In order to master Taijiquan you must begin with the most fundamental steps, and systematically work up to the advanced levels, slowly building up your knowledge and technique as you go. This book explains the five levels of Taijiquan from complete beginner to highest level practitioner. (2012) 96pp
Mitchell explains the theory, history of Dao Yin exercises, and their differences from Qi Gong. The Four Dragon Dao Yin exercises are presented in detail, with a discussion of the effects on the practitioner.
This 75 movement form has been hidden within small, select groups in China for over 1,000 years. For the first time, this esoteric form is now available to the general public. (2010)
Liu Zi Jue exercises are easy and graceful. General improvement of the quality of life is reported. It is believed that gentle breathing movements, calm the feelings and emotions. Helps with chronic diseases such as hyperlipidemia. (2007) 73pp