Fasciae Fitness with Qi Gong
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Fasciae Fitness with Qi Gong

Reconnect your fasciae tissue with simple and easy Qi Gong exercises, to feel better, prevent pain and have more energy
4.0 (1 rating)
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Created by Didier Hartmann
Last updated 4/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Focus your mind
  • Breath deeply and relaxed
  • Move smoother (and protect your joints)
  • Know more than 60 exercises for almost all parts of the body from tip to toe
  • Have improved balance and coordination of your body
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Requirements
  • For one lesson a Yoga mat and 4 Qi Gong balls (or walnuts or similar objects) are needed
  • You can print out the 10 Weeks Qi Gong Challenge Worksheet and note your achievements
  • You need only a little quite space to do the exercises
Description

This course is perfect for you, when you want to take care of your body without exhausting yourself. The exercises of the first half of the course are very simple to do. And you will already feel the relaxation in important regions of the body, like neck, lower back and shoulders. These regions are often stressed out through long periods of sitting in our daily lives.

Also the course is designed to reconnect your fasciae tissue through the 3 dimensional and slow movements. Through practicing the exercises in the course you will feel that your movements become more efficient and smooth, which has a protective effect on your joints on a long term of view.

The Qi Gong exercises will take you through a variety of small but healthy skills like:

Deep breathing, physiological standing, meditation and awareness practice, fasciae tissue training from tip to toe, balance and better control of emotions through relaxation on demand.

Also the exercises here in the course have a lot of preventive effects:

Fall prevention, spine immobility, orthopedic pain prevention and burnout prevention.



Who is the target audience?
  • People who sit a lot, to prevent stiffness, fasciae adhesion and pain
  • Qi Gong beginners and also advanced practitioners
  • Also for those who seek for deep relaxation
  • And for athletes who seek a way for faster regeneration
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Curriculum For This Course
31 Lectures
02:36:51
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Basics and your 10 Week Qi Gong Challenge Worksheet
5 Lectures 28:04

Warm up exercises. Try a few of these, and do one or two before each lesson.

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This lesson is great to make the fasciae tissue around your spine fluid and mobile again.

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This exercise is simply but will lead to so many benefits, just by calming your mind, breathing deeper and relaxing your tissue from inside.

Standing exercise - focussing the mind - relaxing deeply the body
05:14

This way of breathing can give you a whole new world of understanding your way of being and your way of exercising in general.

Preview 05:56

Arms and legs should be used in a synchronized way, to be energy efficient, smooth and maintain relaxation.

Lifting the arms
02:42
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Continue with these simple relaxing exercises
5 Lectures 26:45

Tapping and shaking is for sure one of the most ancient ways of enhancing your blood flow. Animals do it regularly.

Tapping and shaking
04:52

In this lesson you will learn simple but effective exercises which combine small movements of the arms with your standing posture.

Simple Qi Gong exercises - take the tension out of your Fasciae Tissue
06:47

The Qi Gong walking exercise can be also named as "walking meditation". It is a good way to relax the legs and the lower spine in an active way.

Qi Gong walking and standing exercises - calming the mind
04:05

These classic brocades exercises are ideal to mobilize your fasciae tissue around your neck and shoulders.

Classic Brocades for the shoulder/neck region
05:56

These classic brocades exercises are ideal to mobilize your fasciae tissue around the spine.

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Guided Meditation for your standing exercise (Audio only)
1 Lecture 07:06

Listen to this Audio during you do one of the standing exercises of 3 or 8. Just as an inspiration what to think about during you stand still.

Preview 07:06
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Next Level - improve your fasciae mobility and connection
4 Lectures 18:58

My favorite exercise to move the fasciae tissue around the whole spine.

Flying Dragon
09:33

A very beautiful form of 5 simple movements to prevent pain due to long sitting. 

5 elements form
03:56

Combine movements of your legs with your arms.

Smooth like a bear
02:22

Especially office workers often suffer from neck and shoulder pain. Therefore these two exercises are designed to prevent pain in these regions.

Shoulder and arm twist
03:07
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Going into complexity
2 Lectures 08:01

Learn to use your growing movement capabilities.

Complexe movements - improving your whole body fasciae
05:36

Another more complex exercise to prevent pain due to long sitting and fasciae adhesion in the lower spine.

Crossing the legs
02:25
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Consciousness of the legs - mobility and strength of the hips
5 Lectures 24:50

This simple exercise can improve your balance and therefore it is also good to prevent falls.

Improving your balance
03:44

The horse stance is a very old classic Qi Gong exercise, which leads to great will power and deep breathing if practiced correctly. This stance is not easy, and you should not do it, if you fill stiff in your hips or have knee pain.

Horse stance - challenging will power and breathing
04:24

Kicking is a very easy and natural way to make more use of the capabilities of our legs range of motion, and therefore enhance the fasciae tissue in this region.

Using the legs
06:36

This lesson will lead you to more strength in your arms and shoulders and also activate your abdominal muscles as you will walk on all four "feet".

Touching the floor
05:42

For this lesson you need already some strength in your arms and a good balance in your feet.

Kicking backwards and to the side - strengthen the hips
04:24
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Animal styles - learning from nature how to move smooth
5 Lectures 24:07

The bear style is also combined with a special bear warm up. 

Bear
07:03

These two animal moves will improve your balance and also trains the eyes, where is often a lot of tension around the forehead.

Crane and ape
02:58

The deer style is an almost forgotten animal style in Qi Gong.

Deer
06:53

The snake style is very complex. Not easy to learn but a very nice full body movement.

Snake
04:33

The tiger here moves slowly. Your shoulders may relax and your understanding of footwork will improve.

Tiger
02:40
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Rare Qi Gong and Fasciae Exercises
4 Lectures 19:00

The Qi Gong Balls are a great way to prevent elbow pain due to PC work etc. 

Qi Gong balls
03:13

These exercises are rarely shown as they look weird. But they are very good to release tension in the region of the head, the eyes and the tongue.

Eyes - Face - Tongue
04:33

Finally you can come to a free interpretation of all these exercises together. Just move slowly and consciously. Feel yourself and enjoy!

Free flow
03:42

Start here to learn more about the course and about how to use it for health and relaxation.

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About the Instructor
Didier Hartmann
4.8 Average rating
11 Reviews
109 Students
3 Courses
I love to teach and give the best practices to my students

Ich unterrichte Therapeuten seit 2011 und habe mehr als 20 Jahre Erfahrung in verschiedenen Körpertherapien, wie Shiatsu, chinesische Medizin, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Kung Fu und Meditation. Seit über 10 Jahren bin ich Physiotherapeut und habe meine kombinierte Herangehensweise aus asiatischen Methoden und modernen westlichen Faszienmethoden an über 10.000 Patienten immer weiter optimiert. Daraus ist nun CrossPhysio entstanden. Bald werde ich Qi Gong als Faszientherapie hier vorstellen, als auch einen ganzheitlichen Paleo Faszien Trainingskurs. Schreibt mir gerne über die sozialen Netzwerke.