Qi Gong: The Seated Workout with Lee Holden (YMAA /Sitting)
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- Learn easy to follow qigong seated workout with Master Lee Holden (as seen on PBS).
- Sitting whole-body exercise.
- Beginner-friendly, easy to follow.
Qi Gong: the Seated Workout. Follow-along workout options.
Qi Gong is called the "art of effortless power." It has been practiced for over 4,000 years in China to activate healing energy in the body. As your "Qi" or “life-force energy" releases and flows freely through your body, you'll feel a natural sense of calm and peace.
This routine activates your body's natural healing abilities, clears stress and tension, strengthens the lower legs, and uses slow, graceful flows to create deep relaxation all from a seated position.Â
In the Qi Gong: The Seated Workout, Master Teacher Lee Holden guides you through an energizing seated Qi Gong routine. You can do this while lying in a hospital bed healing from surgery, seated in a wheelchair, or in any chair at work or home.
• How to awaken your Qi (life-force energy) using easy-to-follow, effortless movements you can do while seated or lying down.
• To release tension, tightness, and pent-up stress throughout your entire body, so you have more energy and heal faster.
Easy exercises you can do while seated to help strengthen and stretch your body.
Qigong Master Lee Holden studied with Master Mantak Chia, worked on staff with Deepak Chopra, and later attended Five Branches University in Santa Cruz earning a degree as doctor of Chinese medicine, and is now owner of the Santa Cruz Chi Institute.
Executive Producer: Lee Holden, Ben Cox
Director: Daniel Todd Villegas
Editor: Daniel Todd Villegas
Videography: Teresa Chu
DVD Authoring/Streaming: Ocean Silver
Music: Dean Evenson
Package Design: Axie Breen
Photos: Daniel Todd Villegas
© 2020 Lee Holden
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- Anyone interested in mind/body exercise in a seated position.