Qigong Meditation: Small Circulation Meditation w Dr. Yang
What you'll learn
- Understand the topic of qigong meditation, with a focus on increasing your energy circulation.
- Chinese small circulation qigong was originally known as "microcosmic orbit yoga" in India/Nepal.
- Learn detailed qigong theory, understand your energy anatomy, and try a qigong meditation practice.
- No prior experience required. Excellent for improving health, reducing stress, and cultivating Qi / Prana (energy).
3 hours 20 mins.
Develop your Energetic Circulatory System to improve your physical and spiritual health, and enliven your body on a cellular level.
Renowned Qigong Master and author, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming discusses the theory of Small Circulation qigong meditation, and demonstrates how to practice safely. Small Circulation qigong meditation is also known as microcosmic orbit practice in the ancient traditions of Buddhism and kundalini yoga. Using this technique, one may develop the main energetic circulation pathway of the body, which in turn provides abundant energy (qi / prana) to the circulatory system branching out to the entire body. The practice can improve your general health, and it is a fundamental step in the practice of spiritual enlightenment meditation.
Dr. Yang's systematic approach to teaching offers deep insight into Qigong with modern scientific data to support his theory from both an Eastern and Western perspective.
This course is beginner-friendly and easy to follow for anyone interested in meditation of any style. This program is a must for serious qigong students, meditators, and energy healers, and it is recommended for yoga practitioners interested in studying the internal (energetic) aspect of practice. This practice is beneficial for energy cultivation for yourself or with a partner, including reiki, and any qigong style.
Dr. Yang offers an overview of his qigong theory as it pertains to Small Circulation.
Candle Training for meditation, with a 5-minute candle video for safe home practice.
Learn about the key Qi points in qigong meditation, the same as used in acupuncture..
Understand the differences between traditional and Dr. Yang's modified practice.
Dr. Yang offers advice on how to safely start your own small circulation practice.
12 Video Lessons / 200 minutes
Many more streaming videos available from YMAA website.
Titles in this series:
Understanding Qigong 1: What is Qigong? / Understanding the Qi Circulatory System
Understanding Qigong 2: Keypoints of Qigong / Qigong Breathing Theory
Understanding Qigong 3: Qigong Meditation - Embryonic Breathing
Understanding Qigong 4: Immune Boost Qigong - Four Seasons Qigong
Understanding Qigong 5: Qigong Meditation - Small Circulation
Understanding Qigong 6: Martial Arts Qigong Breathing
These stand-alone programs can be used sequentially, or individually, based on your qigong practice goals.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner-friendly, with crucial details for intermediate and advanced practitioners of qigong, yoga, reiki, and any style of meditation.
YMAA Publication Center offers many in-depth instructional video lessons with follow-along exercises based on mind/body health, including tai chi, qigong, and meditation by the world's leading teachers and authors: Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, Helen Liang, Lee Holden, David-Dorian Ross, Daisy Lee and others.
YMAA (Yang's Martial Arts Association) began publishing in 1984 as YMAA Publication Center, becoming a pioneer of mind/body healing arts, with many bestselling titles online by director/producer David Silver.