1. Origins. 2. Characteristics. 3. Essential Points. 4. Movements. Section 1. Names of the Movements. Section 2. Movements, Tips and Health Benefits. Initial Stance. Step 1. Hold Head High and Chin Up (Ang Shou Shi). Step 2. Open Hips (Kai Kua Shi). Step 3. Extend Waist (Chen Yao Shi) Step 4. Shake Body (Zhen Ti Shi). Step 5. Rub Backbone (Rou Ji Shi). Step 6. Swing Hips (Bai Tun Shi). Step 7. Massage Ribs (Mo Lei Shi). Step 8. Flying Stance (Fei Shen Shi). Ending Stance. Appendix: Acupuncture Points.
An easy-to-learn qigong sequence to relax the joints
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