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hi have just joined been doing taichi for 40 years have been looking at the buanjin exercises well the first 3 where are the others please? Category: Newcomers Write a Comment

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hi have just joined been doing taichi for 40 years have been looking at the buanjin exercises well the first 3 where are the others please? Category: Newcomers Write a Comment

Master Ziji explains in detail the individual exercises and leads the class over one hour and 10 minutes to make sure everybody understands each exercise logically.

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Hello all, as you may be aware I have begun learning the Wudang version of the Baduanjin Qi Gong.  I have previously learned a couple of other versions and I am aware that there are many other variations, however they are all loosely based around the same principles for each move. I must say that I can feel my chi more with the Wudang version in most moves.  Having now got the… Read More

Eight Section Brocade Qi Gong

The triple burner (三焦) is one part of the six organs (六腑) in Chinese medicine terminology. The character 焦 was originally written as 膲, which means beneath the skin. The upper burner (上焦) corresponds to the section of the body above the diaphragm, the middle burner(中焦) between the diaphragm and belly button, and the lower(下焦) burner the part below. Contrary to the Chinese medical names for the other organs, the concept of the burners does not correspond to bulk organs but are rather the protection of organs.

Hand-Seals/Mudras

Hello all, as you may be aware I have begun learning the Wudang version of the Baduanjin Qi Gong.  I have previously learned a couple of other versions and I am aware that there are many other variations, however they are all loosely based around the same principles for each move. I must say that I can feel my chi more with the Wudang version in most moves.  Having now got the… Read More

Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong (Long Version) by Master Ziji

Master Ziji is explaining Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong step by step in this long version tutorial. Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong is also known as Eight Brocat Qi Gong and is in our academy traditionally from the Daoist roots. This class is excellent for beginners or people with health issues in back, neck or shoulder. The daily practice will also strengthen and straighten the spine and stretches the fascia.

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53 Minutes

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Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong – Eighth Movement

This video contains in-depth information on the execution of the eighth Ba Duan Jin movement. Master Ziji explains breathing, posture, where to look and how to move.

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Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong – Seventh Movement

This video contains in-depth information on the execution of the seventh Ba Duan Jin movement. Master Ziji explains breathing, posture, where to look and how to move.

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