Shaolin Qigong - Yi Jin Jing - Muscle / Tendons Revitalising
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Shaolin Qigong - Yi Jin Jing - Muscle / Tendons Revitalising

The ancient way that Shaolin warriors monks rebuild, recover and strengthen their body's muscles/tendons system
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Last updated 7/2020
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  • 40 mins on-demand video
  • 4 articles
  • 1 downloadable resource
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Shaolin Qigong - Yi Jin Jing - The ancient method of Muscles / Tendons Change
  • A complete guide to understand and learn the concept of Shaolin Qigong - Yi Jin Jing
Requirements
  • You can practice it anytime, in any place without special equipment.
Description

This video reveals, analise and explaines step by step  the method that Shaolin monks regenerate their muscles/tendons system and stay health even the old ages.

Yin JIn Jin is a Qi Gong (Bioenergy Cultivation) that prepares the body for martial arts but also can use to revitalise somone its own body throught 12 special design streching exersizes.

According to tradition, the trainee has the following benefits over time:

  1. The first year of education gives us physical and mental vitality.

  2. The second year enhances blood circulation and feeds the meridians.

  3. The third year allows elasticity to the muscles and nourishes the organs.

  4. The fourth year improves the function of the meridians and viscera.

  5. In the fifth year, it cleanses the bone marrow and nourishes the brain.

From 34th generation of shaolin temple warriors monks, Yan Shan

Who this course is for:
  • Adults who wants to learn a safe way to improve health & physical stamina
Course content
Expand 13 lectures 42:53
+ Introduction
13 lectures 42:53

A few words about the instructor Christos Panagopoulos (Yan Shan)

Preview 00:39

What is the method of Muscle / Tendons Change - called "Yi Jin Jing"

Preview 00:37

Short History about the founder of Shaolin Yin Jin Jing, Bhodidharma

Preview 00:36

7' warm up for body preparation

Preview 04:12

Details about what we have to practice

Preview 01:26

Intro postures: Wei Tuo presents the pestle (I),(II),(III) - Collection of stars on both sides

Preview 03:31

Pulling 9 bulls from their tail - Projecting the nails, waving the wings

Sections 5,6
03:37

The nine spirits draw their swords - Immersing the 3 levels of the body

Sections 7,8
02:38

The blue dragon shows its claws - The tiger grabs its victim

Sections 9,10
03:46

Bow bowing by tapping the celestial drum - Tail oscillation

Final sections 11,12
04:20

Complete demonstratin from the beginning to end with the right speed and breathing narration

Notes:

  • Prefer to breathe through the nose.

  • Try to breathe according to guideline after learning the movements well

Complete demonstration front with breathing narration
08:24

Points to keep in mind while you practice

Quiet
Like the water in the lake that reflects the moon, a calm spirit allows energy to move inside the body.

Slowness
To use the muscles throughout their range so to get the maximum stretch and movement of Qi and the blood, the movements must be smooth and slow.

Extensibility
Every move must be extended to the maximum.

Pause
Effectiveness comes in pauses, maintaining intensity at the maximum time.

Flexibility
The limbs and torso must be extended to the maximum so that blood and energy can circulate, so we gain flexibility and finally the feeling of wellness in the body.


A Mi To Fo

Good luck! And have a nice practice! If you have any question please let me know. See you in the next video.

Points to keep in mind - Complete demonstration back (easy to follow)
07:35

Give 1' more for complete recovery... it is important to not remain stagnant Qi in the joins.

Recovery
01:30