Five Animals QiGong For Boosting Energy & Joints Mobility.
What you'll learn
- 20-Min QiGong Exercise Routine - Easy Home Workout
- In the short-term Improve your muscle flexibility and joints mobility
- Open up the energy system and cleanse mind and body
- A simple QiGong form and easy way to maintain your health, promote graceful aging, and enjoy extended longevity
- To create strength, health and inner peace
- This form is suitable for everyone to learn and practice
20-Min QiGong Exercise Routine - Easy Home Workout For Boosting Energy & Joints Mobility.
Five Animal QiGong Exercises is a wonderfully fun and easy daily exercise with instruction for people of all ages.
The "Five Animals" (五禽戲, Wu Qin Xi) are a set of QiGong exercises developed during the Han dynasty (202 BC ‐ 220 AD). There are claims that this QiGong set is authored by “Huatuo”, one of the most famous and highly respected Chinese physician and surgeon in Chinese history.
The five animals in the exercises are the tiger, deer, bear, monkey and bird. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory, Regular practise can improve functioning of the Liver/Gall Bladder (tiger style), Kidneys/Bladder (deer style), Spleen/Stomach (bear style), Heart/Small Intestine (monkey style) and Lung/Large Intestine (bird style) respectively.
Regular practice this QiGong Exercise can limber up the joints, strengthen the waist, nourish the organs function, help prevent disease and prolong life.
1. QiGong is an ancient Chinese wellness practice that combines gentle movement and controlled breathing.
2. Its very simple to do, easy to get started at home. you don’t need to memorize long, complex routines.
3. Master Ping has been practice over 25+ years and teaching in English.
4. In the short-term, Increased focus, and improved balance and flexibility.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner to Advanced practitioner
Wu YuPing (Master Ping) born in Jieyang City, Guangdong province of China, He is a level 6 Master with over 20 years of experience in both Tai Chi and QiGong. Master Ping is the headmaster and founder of FangYuan TaiChi Centre.
In 2016, Master Ping was honored to be a disciple of Master Xu Yakui. He has entered many competitions and has won 32 gold medals. Master Ping is also proud to have received a certificate of excellence in teaching from China martial arts organization . Due to his students’ success in competition, he is often invited to hold Tai Chi and QiGong workshops in China and internationally.