Swimming Dragon

Swimming Dragon Qigong is a graceful and powerful form of Qigong that is designed to promote health and wellbeing. The “Swimming Dragon” name comes from the flowing, undulating movements of the form that resemble a mythical Chinese dragon swimming through the air or water. In terms of its health benefits, Swimming Dragon Qigong is believed …

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Five Elements

The Five Elements, or Wuxing, is a central concept in Chinese culture that has been influential in various fields, such as traditional Chinese medicine, martial arts, feng shui, and even Chinese astrology. The Five Elements are: The interactions between the elements can be described in two ways: the generation (or nurturing) cycle and the controlling …

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Five Animals

Five Animals Qi Gong, also known as Wu Qin Xi, is a traditional Chinese qigong exercise system that has been practiced for thousands of years. It was developed by Hua Tuo, a famous physician during the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220 AD). The practice is designed to promote health, increase vitality, and improve overall well-being by …

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Eight Brocades

The Eight Brocades, also known as Ba Duan Jin (八段锦) in Chinese, is a traditional qigong exercise that dates back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD). It is a set of eight gentle and flowing exercises that aim to promote overall health, well-being, and longevity by cultivating and balancing the flow of qi (life energy) …

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