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The Mystery of Eight Brocades Qi Gong – All Movements

Qi Gong in the West It is rare to see people in the west practicing authentic Qi Gong like in the old days in China. Originally the Eight Brocades Qi Gong form was developed by the military. Qi Gong translates to "Breathing," "Power," "Exercise." Something most people don't want to admit is that the "magical Qi," which translates to "Energy" [...]

Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Shaking the Body – Eigth Movement

The last movement normalizes the Qi and blood circulation. Again, this is a short but intense movement....

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Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Clench the Fists and Glare Fiercely – Seventh Movement

The movement consists of two parts. The first part is stretching and preparing the breathing rhythm. The second part is the control and execution of Fajin the explosive power....

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Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Sway the Head and Shake the Tail – Fifth Movement

This is said to regulate the function of the heart and lungs. Its primary aim is to remove excess heat (or fire) (Xin Huo) from the heart. Xin Huo is also associated with heart fire in traditional Chinese medicine. In performing this piece, the practitioner squats in a low horse stance, place the hands-on thighs with the elbows facing out and twist...

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Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Wise Owl Gazes Backwards or Look Back – Fourth Movement

This movement is lowering stress within the body and reduces inflammation. Master Ziji is explaining many details about the execution and mindset of this movement....

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Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Drawing the Bow to Shoot the Eagle – Second Movement

The movement consists of drawing a bow on either side while maintaining a line of intent between the drawing hand and the rooting feet. The movement stimulates the kidneys and spleen and helps the hip flexibility....

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Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) – Two Hands Hold up the Heavens – First Movement

This move is stretching and opening the spine and stimulating the circulation through the Sanjiao meridian. Master Ziji gives an in-depth and technical explanation about the movement....

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Traditional Wu Xing (Five Animals) Qi Gong (No Instructions)

The following video is the full Five Animals (Wu Xing) Qi Gong form from both sides without instructions. Fully focus on the movements and try to improve your stances....

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Authentic Wudang Eight Brocades Qi Gong

Ba Duan Jin Qigong is one of the most original forms of Qigong, which was created in 1150. Baduanjin means “the 8 pieces of brocade” and received Taoist influence on the legends of the 8 immortals 200 years later.The Ba Duan Jin Qigong of the Taoists in Wudang has been improved and further developed through the Taoist knowledge of the […]

Healing Back Pain – Ba Duan Jin

In this video we show you with detailed instructions how you can work on stretching your spine and ease back pain....

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Improve Health – Wu Xing Qi Gong Routine

Master Ziji is presenting his Qi Gong routine with no instructions, this video is aimed at people who already know the Qi Gong and simply would like to follow the rhythm....

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Controlling Movements Without Power – Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong

How internal breathing method effects our movement. Moving without tension!...

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Using Ba Duan Jin to Stretch the Spine Correctly

In this video we go over the first movement of Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong. The focus is heavily on stretching the spine and unlock Qi blocks....

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Improve Flexibility of the Shoulder Joints

The shoulder is one of the most important joints for our Qi circulation, here is the method how to improve it!...

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Stretch Lower Back and Straighten the Spine

This exercise is specially designed for people with curvature of the spine....

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How to Shoot the Arrow – Eight Brocades Movement

Shooting the arrow is the second set in Eight Brocades – Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong. In this seminar we go into detail with this movement....

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Improve Hip Joints with Eight Brocades Qi gong

Master Ziji explains how to improve the flexibility of our hip! This is a clip from our Qi Gong seminar and it goes very indepth about the method of Eight Brocades Qigong....

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Crane Posture and Wu Xing Qi Gong Corrections – Seminar

This is the final episode of the first day of our Qigong seminar. Master Ziji is going through the Wu Xing postures and corrects common mistakes....

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Leopard and Snake Qi Gong Seminar

Master Ziji explains Leopard and Snake posture indepth from our Five Animal Qi Gong routine....

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Guiding Qi in Dragon & Tiger

Master Ziji explains how to guide Qi through the body and the principles of explosive power in Qi gong....

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Five Animal Qi Gong Course – Beginner to Intermediate (5 Episodes)

Master Ziji introduces Qi Gong and why we practice it, along with many difficulties that consist during practice and how to walk to the Taoist path of self-cultivation. Step-by-Step instructions....

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Five Animal (Wu Xing) Qi Gong – Introduction, Principles – Master Course

Master Ziji is giving beginners a good understanding of what Qi Gong is and how to practice it. This class will give beginners and advanced students alike new things to learn!...

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Wudang Eight Brocades – Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong – Ultimate Full Class

Master Ziji is performing the full Baduanjin Qi Gong and reveals important information with each exercise....

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Eight Brocades – How to Identify Straight Posture

Master Ziji explains important aspects of how you can correct yourself and find your straight posture!

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Advanced Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong Class

Advanced Qi Gong Class - less talking more practice!

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Holding longer than 10 seconds? Leopard Qigong

Can you hold this position for longer than 10 seconds? Leopard Qigong for improving your Qi.

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The Best Qi Gong Form Now In Times of Corona Virus

Master Ziji shows us the Dragon form which is number one in strengthening the immune system and stimulate the kidney energy to prevent sickness and tiredness.

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Breathing Rythm & What is Qi? Full Qi Gong Class

Master Ziji talks about stances, breathing rhythm and what Qi really is and how we cultivate it! Have fun with this full class!

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Improve Qi – Ba Duan Jin – Instructions

Master Ziji explains each Ba Duan Jin form and tells us how to improve our Qi!

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Five Animals (Wu Xing) Qi Gong for Winter Season

Master Ziji introduces specific exercises for the cold winter season, including the five animals Qi Gong afterward.

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Wu Xing (Five Animal) Qi Gong Hand Postures & Basic Posture Corrections

Master Ziji shows the correct hand posture for male and female students. Later on, an explanation about the Dragon and Snake posture follows.

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Wu Xing Qi Gong – Breathing & Stretching

Master Ziji explains how to improve breathing and stretching with the five animal Qi Gong exercises.

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Advanced Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong Class

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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Basic Postures and Opening Energy Channels with Qi Gong – Five Animals

Master Ziji explains how to activate your energy and how to breath during the Qi Gong exercises.

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How our Taiji seminar went!

Hello everybody! Our seminar we had this weekend on 24-25th August is over and we did a lot of amazing things for you to share. Starting with Qi Gong Our seminar started on a beautiful Sunday with our usual Qi Gong routine! It was the five animals Qi Gong and Master Ziji took his time and explained the reason why […]

Full Introduction to Wudang Wu Xing (Five Animals) Qi Gong

This was part of our seminar in August 2019, a full introduction to Wu Xing Qigong. Instructed by Master Ziji in English and German.

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Wu Xing Qi Gong Full Class & Explanation

Master Ziji is leading the Wu Xing Qi Gong class in our Wudang Academy in Vienna. There are clear explanations and instructions for each movement.

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About the Wu Xing Qi Gong Hand Posture

We had a question in our last seminar with master Chen Shiyu and the question was really hard to translate, it still is and here we will explain to you why! This is called Ying-Yang. This is the Ying (pointing at right hand). We call this (pointing at finger sections), 子丑寅卯巳辰午未申有須亥 (the earthly branches). This is some of the Chinese culture, it’s more complex.

The Eight Section Brocades 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.

Wu Xing (Five Animal) Qi Gong Class – 21.10.2017

Traditional Wudang San Feng Pai Wu Xing (Five Animal) Qi Gong Class with older Gong Fu brother Reinhard. Reinhard is introducing the postures and explaining the stances in English and partly German.

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1 hour and 2 minutes long

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Wuxing Qigong Class with Master Ziji

Master Ziji is leading this Qigong class and gives step by step instructions on breathing and stances. This class is for beginners and up to advanced practitioners. The video is 47 minutes long.

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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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Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong – Sixth Movement

This video contains in-depth information on the execution of the sixth 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 – Fifth Movement

This video contains in-depth information on the execution of the fifth 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 – Fourth Movement

This video contains in-depth information on the execution of the fourth 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 – Third Movement

This video contains in-depth information on the execution of the third 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 – Second Movement

This video contains in-depth information on the execution of the second 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 – First Movement

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

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Wudang Five Animal Qi Gong – Wu Xing Qi Gong

Wudang Five Animals Qi Gong is an ancient Taoist exercise designed to improve one’s health and longevity. As the name implies, the movements of this exercise are based on the movements of five animals; dragon, tiger, leopard, snake, and crane. Each animal movement improves the function of a particular internal organ. The dragon improves the kidneys, the tiger improves the […]