Qigong for Mobility, by Wang Yun
What you'll learn
- deepen understanding of qigong
- set up a self-care routine
- reduce stress
- improve vitality
- improve mobility
- breathe better
- no prior qigong experience needed. The practices are very accessible, and you will learn everything you need to know in the lectures themselves.
After the success of our first series (also available on our Udemy channel), we are delighted to make this second series of our powerful qigong classes available to a larger audience worldwide. The practices passed down the Daoist lineages Wang Yun holds can enhance our physical and mental health, sustain our equanimity and happiness, and, most importantly, keep our mind and body relaxed during challenging times, helping to relieve stress while facilitating more natural breathing – basic tenets of a healthy life, often overlooked, and perhaps more necessary now than ever before.
In this qigong series, you will learn exercises to promote general well-being and maintain physio-skeletal fitness, as well as others that target specific areas and health benefits, focusing particularly on spine mobility and relaxed breathing. They can be practiced safely by students of all ages and previous experience in fitness and exercise.
We invite you to take some time to discover these simple, effective practices, to breathe and move in new (yet ancient!), more efficient ways, with us.
Modern Wisdom Translation Group (MWTG) is the international community of students of Wang Yun’s, based in Taiwan, training in qigong, meditation, Daoism and Buddhism.
In addition to continually deepening our own practice, we teach qigong and meditation classes in English to a wide variety of clients. We pride ourselves on serving as a bridge between these ancient wisdom traditions of East and Central Asia, and English speakers pursuing these rich teachings in the modern world.
These practices and exercise videos are a complement to Wang Yun’s qigong books in the “Qingcheng Mountain” series, published by Singing Dragon / Hachette, and available worldwide wherever books are sold.
DISCLAIMER: Qigong is intended to be a complementary therapeutic practice. While its psychophysical benefits are numerous and time-tested, it is not meant as a replacement for professional and timely medical care. As with any exercise routine, consult a specialized physician before beginning in case of pre-existing chronic pathologies and psychophysical issues.
Who this course is for:
- Those who would like to learn how to regulate stress and anxiety, increase focus, and improve balance and flexibility
- Those who wish to improve their breathing and overall physical fitness, especially those whose health concerns are due to sedentary lifestyles and/or mental stress
- health-minded individuals curious about how qigong can help them
Who We Are
Modern Wisdom Translation Group is the international community of Wang Yun’s students living in Taiwan, studying qigong, meditation, Buddhism and Daoism
What We Do
In addition to continually deepening our own practice, we teach qigong and meditation classes in English on a weekly basis.
We pride ourselves on serving as a bridge for English speakers in their pursuit of millennia-old wisdom in the modern world.
To that end, we translate Wang Yun’s works from Mandarin to English and also provide live interpretations of Wang Yun’s lectures to Western audiences.
To share the wisdom of the East with those from our home countries, making what we study here available to a larger audience worldwide.