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    Tai Chi Qigong

    In this streaming video, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming teaches the purpose and methods of Tai Chi Qigong, and demonstrates:
    • Tai Chi Stretching
    • Tai Chi Warm Up Exercises
    • Standing Still Tai Chi Meditation
    • Stationary Tai Chi Qigong: Primary, Coiling, and Rocking Sets
    • The rare Walking Tai Chi Qigong set

    These movements prepare you for great Tai Chi practice by loosening your joints, warming your muscles, stimulating your Qi (energy) flow, and sharpening your concentration. Qigong is the key to developing the phenomenal internal power of Tai Chi Chuan. Learn various Tai Chi Qigong forms with Master Yang, Jwing-Ming.

    Tai Chi Qigong is an ancient Chinese set of exercises which develops the strength and flexibility of the body, increases your vitality, and promotes deep relaxation.
    The movements also prepare your body and mind for great Tai Chi (Taiji) practice by loosening your joints, warming your muscles, stimulating your Qi (energy) flow, and sharpening your concentration. Qigong is the key to developing the phenomenal internal power of Tai Chi Chuan.In addition, regular Qigong practice accelerates the health benefits of Tai Chi. You'll enjoy reduced stress, a stronger immune system, and a deeper awareness of breath and body coordination. This authoritative guide can be used with any style of Tai Chi Chuan, and it is a great way for anyone to energize the body, raise the spirit, and deepen your understanding of your practice and your health.

    "One of America's most sought after instructors of Qigong" - The Omega Institute.
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