Seven daily qigong power exercises

Your qi (or energy flow) is linked to your circulation. When you stimulate your blood flow or move your lymphatic fluid, your qi is also stimulated. Everything flows together. The channels in which qi flows are called meridians. According to Chinese medicine, the quality and movement of qi through the body determines your health. The ideal state is one of smooth flow with no imbalances or blockages, which are called stagnation or stagnant qi. If you have continued stagnation, whether physical, emotional or spiritual, Chinese medicine say this will eventually manifest as disease. Getting your circulation moving every day is a great and simple way to boost flagging energy, release stored tension, stimulate lymphatic drainage and boost immunity.

Lifting The Sky

Engage your meridians.

Spinning Mandarins

An aerobic workout. Great for your abs.

Tapping

Give your circulation a serious wake-up call.

Swimming Dragon

Improve overall balance and co-ordination.

Tiptoes

Improve your posture, digestion & balance.

Turning The Waist

Release and relaxing your joints.

Shaking

Shaking – all over, from top to bottom .

Disclaimer: Yang sheng techniques are designed to support your overall wellbeing and should not be used as a substitute for any medical treatment you may be undergoing. You should not use the information on this web site for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease.