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

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

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

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Master Chen Shiyu talking about Dantian and Fajin

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.

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.

4K Video quality
High-quality study content
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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