The Five Taoist Yin Qigong
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The Five Taoist Yin Qigong

Qigong that brings balance to the entire meridian system
5.0 (5 ratings)
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Created by Des Lawton
Last updated 7/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 23 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • How to get the most out of the Five Taoist Yin Qigong. Also learning variant exercises for three of the Elements.
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Requirements
  • No previous knowledge of Qigong required. This course is suitable for all levels.
  • By taking part in this course you agree to the terms and conditions. These can be found in the, preview enabled, Introduction lecture in Section 1 of the course.
Description

Also known as the Five Taoist Yin, the name of this set is a bit of a misnomer as there are six yin meridians and these exercises work with, were designed to work with, all six.  A more accurate name might be the Taoist 5 Elements Yin exercises as the fire Element has two Yin meridians; the Heart Meridian and the Heart Governor meridian.

Both Heart and Heart Governor meridians are worked within the one exercise, either individually, or together.

In this course

  • you will learn how to work with all the Yin meridians
  • you will learn how to get the most benefit from these exercises
  • you will learn variants for three of the exercises

The course contains

  • Fire: Heart and Heart Governor - This exercise is done in three different ways, to do three different tasks, and you will learn all three.
  • Earth: Spleen – You will learn two variants of this exercise, each working with the meridian but having slightly different uses.
  • Metal: Lung – You will learn two variants of this exercise.
  • Water: Kidney.
  • Wood: Liver – Again, you will be taught two variants, each with slightly different qualities.

There are also downloadable files that contain information pertinent to the course.

Who is the target audience?
  • Taiji and Qigong practitioners. Shiatsu and Reiki practitioners. People who are interested in, spiritual, growth.
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Curriculum For This Course
29 Lectures
02:01:25
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Introduction
2 Lectures 17:42

This lecture covers how The Five Taoist Yin exercises work within the meridian system and in the Five Element Theory.

Preview 10:40

Introduction to the instructor
07:02
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Qigong Information
4 Lectures 11:09
Qigong Benefits
02:37

Qigong Fundamentals
02:32

Listening Jing
03:17

Common Terms
02:43
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Stances
3 Lectures 24:16
Wuji Stance
17:52

Common errors
03:57

Horse Riding Stance
02:27
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Guidelines
1 Lecture 02:47
Guidelines
02:47
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The Five Yin Qigong
19 Lectures 01:05:31
Five Yin Qigong Toolbox
04:21

Fire - Focus points
02:16

Fire - Lesson 1
06:47

Fire - Lesson 2
04:52

Earth - Focus points
02:37

Earth - Lesson 1
03:29

Earth - Lesson 2: Alternative method
03:35

Metal - Focus Points
02:49

Metal - Lesson 1
03:53

Metal - Lesson 2: Alternative method
03:45

Water - Focus Points
01:22

Water - Lesson 1
04:29

Wood - Focus Points
01:33

Wood - Lesson 1
04:01

Wood - Lesson 2:Alternative method
02:51

Post Exercise Awareness
03:11

Listening Exercises
04:45

Summary
03:34

Thank You
01:21
About the Instructor
Des Lawton
5.0 Average rating
36 Reviews
122 Students
4 Courses
Connecting Heaven and Earth Qigong

I have been practicing Qigong since 1985 and teaching, albeit starting at a very basic level, since 1989.  In 1996, after three and a half years of study with the Glasgow School of Shiatsu, I qualified as a Registered Shiatsu Practitioner.  My previous knowledge of Qigong really helped me with the Shiatsu and, equally, learning Traditional Chinese Medicine as part of the Shiatsu course served to increase my understanding of Qigong. In the late 1990s, it was my good fortune to have been, finally, accepted as an Inner Sanctum student by Master Joseph Bell ( a student and direct lineage descendant of Master Wang Jiu Mei).