Taijiquan Training part 3 See also our other tips for beginners for Taijiquan Training on our Basics of Tai Chi site! Goal: Eliminate chronical or posture-related health problems Some illnesses or diseases may not respond to the more superficial exercises of a wellness-style Continue reading Taijiquan Training
We all have different lives, different preconditions and individual obstacles to overcome. The time you should invest in practising Taijiquan or Qigong depends on the goal of your practice. Goal: First steps in reconvalescence If you start Taijiquan or Qigong as part Continue reading How should I practise Qigong and Taijiquan?
The ideal: Hard work Not unlike Japanese culture, the Chinese ideal for physical exercises is hard work. The Chinese word for that is “gong” (功). It is used in “Qigong” – working with the Qi, i.e. cultivating life energy – as Continue reading How long and how often should I practise Taijiquan or Qigong?
Luohan Gong – Qigong from the Shaolin Temple This very old and interesting form of Qigong originates form the Shaolin Temple and is named after the 18 legendary guards of Buddhism. In this form of Qigong the various influences from Indian Continue reading Luohan Gong
Hui Chun Gong exercise instructions with video Hui Chun Gong is a set of exercises known throughout China as exercises for rejuvenating and energising. Its origin is Quan Zhen, the school of Daoist inner alchemy on the Hua Shan. Hui Chun Continue reading Hui Chun Gong
Tina Faulkner Elders, Aberdeen (Scotland) – Qigong Tina Faulkner Elders began training as a young child in Gong Fu and Chin Na with her father, Gordon Faulkner. During this time Gordon was also teaching the internal practices and meditations of Mantak Chia. Continue reading Tina Faulkner Elders
Christoph Stumpe, Shen Men Institut Christoph Stumpe is a graduate sports scientist and director of the Shen Men Institute. He has taught Tai Ji, Qi Gong, Meditation and Chinese Massage for more than 20 years. His training includes stages with different Continue reading Christoph Stumpe
Our set of exercises is inspired by common Wushu warming-up from the Sha family and warming-up/Jibengong exercises of Liu Yafei. Thank you very much for the inspiration! Preparing for a Taijiquan, Wushu or Qigong lesson you should follow the principles Continue reading Warming-up for Taijiquan, Qigong & Wushu
The Biospirals Pa tuan chin is a series of 8 movements created in order to activate the bodies primary Axis whilst softening and lubricating all the joints, as it brings the physical and energetic body to interact in unity through Continue reading The Biospirals® Pa Tuan Chin
We just started a new Youtube-Channel on Qigong Exercises. We will add more Qigong videos on a regular base. Beside the beginner videos with detailed instructions we offer Qigong demonstrations of various Qigong sets and warm up exercises. Trailer of the Continue reading New Qigong Exercise Videos