Nourish The Blood, Invigorate The Qi, To Maintain Longevity. Presentation, Movement (standing). Preparation. 1. Embrace energy. 2. Gather energy. 3. Stretch energy. 4. Bring energy to the Dan Tian. 5. Worship the Buddha. 6. Rinse the mouth. End of the sequence. Movement (seated). Explanations. Additional details. Photographs. Calm and Concentrate the Mind to Regulate the Heart. Introduction. Movement (standing). Preparation. 1. Concentrate the mind in Dan Tian. 2. Bring the heart into Ming Men. 3. Gather energy through Lao Gong. 4. Lead the attention to Yong Quan. 5. Circulate energy between the Ren and Du meridians. End of sequence. Movement (seated). Explanations. Complementary details. Photographs. Appendices. 1. Dan Tian The Field of Cinnabar. 2. Cai Qi Zhang The Qi Gathering hand. 3. Que Qiao The "Magpie Bridge". 4. Xiao zhou tian the Small Celestial Cycle. 5. The face massage. 6. Acupoints involved. 7. Zhan Zhuang Rooting, techniques for progression. 8. Presentation: IIDYYSG.
The most popular form of Qigong in China and across the globe to maintain health and well-being
Professor Zhang Guangde is one of the best known Masters of Chinese Martial Arts. He has practiced martial arts for sixty years and taught across China and around the world for thirty years. He has written thirty books and numerous articles in China. In 2005, he helped establish the International Institute of Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong in Biarritz, France. There are today over four million people practising his version of Dao Yin.