New Qigong Practices:

March 24, 2014 · 0 comments

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New Qigong Practices for 2014.

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Health promoting Qigong Practices from Ancient China.

Looking to learn High Quality Taiji & Qigong? Then look no further  we have two new sets of health Qigong practices for you to enjoy.


12 Step Daoyin Yang Sheng Gong Shi Er Fa:   

A set of 12 authentic qigong movements from ancient China, consisting of carefully selected exercises taken from over 50 different routines of Daoyin health qigong practices. Since 1974 the Chinese Health Qigong Association of China has developed this set of Qigong movements that we at the Warrington Tai Chi Qigong Centre have today.

The 12 Step Daoyin is based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) the Meridian system, Yin/Yang and the five elements, Qi and blood combining Daoyin with healthcare, limb exercising with mental cultivation. The movements of this set are extremely graceful to perform and a joy to practice.

Suitable for all ages from the young to the elderly and is very effective in promoting and keeping health and fitness with only a moderate level of physical exertion.


Wu Qin Xi – Five animal Qigong Exercises:   

Pronounced  “woo-chin-chee” this is an ancient Chinese health practice dating back over two thousand years to the Han Dynasty 206BC – AD25. The 5 animal practice was created by Hua Tua,a leading physician in his time, from his close observation and study of the characteristic behaviour and activities of animals: tiger, deer, bear, monkey and bird.

Wu Qin Xi exercises assimilate movements of the 5 animals providing rapid physical results of strengthening and toning the body while stilling the mind, are appropriate for people at all levels of ability and is known to have remarkable effects on general health and stamina. Co-ordinating breathing patterns with movement, which are a boon for maintaining and improving health and well-being which if practiced regularly reduce the signs of ageing.

Comming soon:
More wonderful classic Qigong health routines from ancient China.

Mawangdui Daoyin Shu: (Qigong from the famous Mawangdui Silk Paintings which dates back to the Han Dynasty 206bc-220 ad)

Yi Jin Jing:  (tendon-muscle strengthening Qigong exercises, dating back over 2,000 years)

For details of all routines contact the Centre: 

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