Qi Gong

Introduction

Practitioners use body gesture, breathing and movements to generate Qi (human energy) and use their mind to guide the Qi. When exercising, most people emphasize on training their muscle and are unaware that internal energy is also just as important as the physical factors. Qi Gong can improve a person’s spiritual and mental health. In the past, Qigong training was kept secret for only the Qigong masters; only a few health-related qigong exercises and acupuncture were available to the general public. In recent years, Qigong is no longer a secret nor an inaccessible exercise. People can now learn qigong from practitioners and it is widely received and popular in Western countries. Qigong is truly a blessing to those who want to live a healthy life physically and mentally.

Qigong is an essential part of traditional Chinese culture and has been practiced for thousands of years. It is a way of life and an exercise that promotes health and helps develop human potentials. Qigong combines body movements and breathing to increase human energy. It focuses on strengthening the human body, concentrating the mind, and promoting the human spirits.

Although there still isn’t any equipment advance enough to measure the strength of Qi, people still believe that Qi does exist. Millions of people have benefited from Qigong for thousand of years. Lots of people learn Qigong because Qigong is proven to strengthen and balance the immune system. Many Qigong devotees reported that after practicing Qigong, they have changed from weak to strong, from depressed to happy, and from sick to healthy. This is the utmost goal of Qigong, to promote both physical and mental health.

 

Grand Master Tu has been teaching Qi Gong for almost 30 year and below are a list of his best Qi Gong exercise. These are all taught in his classes and may be purchased on DVD to practice at home. If you are interested in obtaining these DVD please visit our 99Estore.

The Eight Pieces of Brocade is one of the most popular qigong methods in the world. These eight simple movements are your key to better health and longevity. Practiced by millions, the Eight Pieces of Brocade is good for young and old no matter what your level of skill. Plus you get an added bonus, the Sleeping Qigong of Hua Mountain. The relaxing and rejuvenating postures of this unique method you can use when you sleep. An important and often overlooked method!

Animal Spirit Qigong combines traditional Chinese healing techniques with the forces of nature to improve your health and prolong your life. Learn the secrets of the Monkey, Leopard, Bear, Snake, Deer, Crane, Turtle, Dragon, Toad, Cicada and Phoenix as you cultivate your innate powers and restore balance within your mind and heart. You will learn how to circulate your energies through your organs and meridians to nurture your personal wellbeing.

Dragon Bone Qigong is a special empowerment exercise that cultivates your internal energies and restores your natural health. Dragon Bone is a Chinese metaphor for the spine. This simple rejuvenating system is based on ancient Taoist health practices and animal movements. You will learn how to use the movements of the Turtle, Dragon, Monkey, Tiger, Deer, Snake and Bear to enhance your potential and integrate your mind, body and spirit into a holistic being. Men and women of all ages can benefit from this extraordinary program and gain more out of life.

Iron Crotch is the most talked about ancient Chinese practice! Called Jiu Jiu Shen Gong (99 Power Practice) this ancient skill unleashes your untapped potential and allows you to achieve your peak performance! Grandmaster Tu’s students have lifted hundreds of pounds with their privates, even students in their 70s! Dramatically enhances your potency and helps with sexual response dysfunction or lack of interest in sex.

 

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