Health Qi gong
The purpose of Tai Chi & Health Qigong is Help maintain human Yin Yang balance, prevent or ease many ills of aging .
Man is a complex organism whose life is supported by countless metabolic changes. These changes are described as the interaction between Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang are the two opposing, yet interdependent and complementary aspects of all existence. They can be used to describe the relationships between the qualities of all things. Imbalances in any one or more of the Yin/Yang aspects of our being results in illness. Yin/Yang balance on the other hand promotes wellness.
Health Qigong Benefit
Health Qigong is an ancient Chinese system of exercise and meditation that makes the mind and spirit tranquil, improves performance in sports, and cultivates health, well-being, and long life. Thus, there are three major kinds of Qigong: spiritual, sports, and healing. It is a spiritual discipline.
Health Qigong has increases the body's energy through gentle stretching and correct breathing. Qigong is a self-therapy often prescribed as a remedy by Chinese Doctors. It is proven to relieve many ailments: back pain, neck and shoulder problems, cardiac ailments, low energy, immune function, GI problems, muscle stiffness, arthritic complaints and many other difficulties. It also improves your posture! It can be practiced even if you are ill or recovering from surgery. can be done lying, sitting, or standing, qigong is accessible for disabled persons, seniors, and people recovering from injuries Over time, Health Qigong will lengthen your life , improve the quality of your life, happiness and health。
As a healing art, At Chinese heritage self-healing traditionally viewed as balancing the body's energy meridians and enhancing the intrinsic capacity of the body to heal. Qigong has been used extensively in China as part of traditional Chinese medicine Qigong is now recognized as a form of complementary and alternative medicine.
1. Ba Duan jin
2. Liu Zi Jue -- Six Healing Sounds
1 -- Ba duan jin health Qigong
Ba duan Jin (eight Silken Movements) is to help regulate internal organs and to balance yin and yang.
Ba duan jin Health Qigong Command:
1. Two Hands Hold up the Heavens两手托天理三焦（气血流通）
This move is to stimulate the "Triple Warmer" helps circulate qi and bring balance to the entire body.
2. Drawing the Bow to Shoot the Hawk左右开弓射雕 (Shoot an arrow) (消胸闷, 理肝气)
It is to exercise the waist area, through extending the chest cavity, strengthen the chest and ribs shoulder muscle. Stretching the arms and turning the head the exercise to improve your lungs and liver.
3. Separate Heaven and Earth调理脾胃须单举 (调节脾胃)
It is to especially stimulate the stomach through the force of the alternate and opposing pull, adjust the meridians on both sides of the rib cage.
4. Wise Owl Gazes Backwards or Look Back五劳七伤往后瞧（刺激胸腺, 调整颈椎）
Twist spinal cord to enhance the arm rotation to activate meridians. Eliminate fatigue, brain nerves, adjust the viscera function, prevention and treatment of neck and shoulder pain.
5. Sway the Head and Shake the Tail摇头摆尾去心火.
Regulate the function of the heart and lungs. Its primary aim is to remove excess heat from the heart. If the heart has excess heat, it will make you impatient, bad breath, insomnia, excessive dream, urinate yellow, constipation etc.
6. Two Hands Hold the Feet to Strengthen the Kidneys and Waist两手攀足固肾腰
To properly execute this movement, the practitioner uses both hands to grasp along the legs. primary purpose of this movement is to strengthen the kidneys and the waist.
7. Clench the Fists and Glare Fiercely (or Angrily) 攒拳怒目增气力（盈气血，健筋骨）
It is aimed at increasing general vitality and muscular strength. when we are angry, our liver qi will rapidly circulate, and the natural reaction to this is to clench the fist. Therefore, it not only is enhancing overall strength and qi, also benefits the liver , waist and kidneys.
8. Bouncing on the Toes背后七颠百病消 （按摩内脏）
In this bouncing feet motion, the power passes up starting from the heel, to the joints, and passes up to the spine then to the brain, help improve the qi and blood operation of various internal organs, Massage the internal organs .promote physiological function of internal organs.
4000 Years History
2-- Liu Zi Jue -- Six Healing Sounds Qigong
Liu Zi Jue -- Six Healing Sounds Qigong
An Ancient Chinese Exercise Regimen for Nourishing Life,
For Fitness, Increased Vitality, Inner Peace, Good Health
Liu Zi Jue regulates and controls the rise and fall of Qi (vital energy) through the inhalation and exhalation of six sounds. The exercises feature slow, gentle movements that are safe and easy to learn and are suitable for people of all ages and in all conditions of health. The routine strengthens the liver, heart, spleen, lungs and kidneys, thus helping to balance the energy and functions of the internal organs, and has also been shown to have a calming effect and to alleviate stress.
We are already know different sound wave effect with water different fluctuation, and music has different fluctuations, also human make different the characters, it will affect your internal have different volatility。Six world in the traditional Chinese medicine keeping in good health tips, that is, " Xu He Hu Si Chui Xi “嘘、呵、呼、四、吹、嘻”。These six words are special kind of wave regulate body. This is thousands of years traditional Chinese medical and health, long-term grope for the mystery of the summed up.
“Six Healing Sounds Qigong uses appropriate sound waves to subtly vibrate our five internal organs ( the liver, heart, spleen, lungs, and kidneys), and the Triple Warmer areas. In so doing, our internal organs can be mildly stimulated and rejuvenated, and thus promoting our health. In addition to sound vibrations, body movements are also used in this Qigong. These movements help open up our “breathing space”. And if we are trained to become aware of the specific finger tips or toe tips, we can then easily open up the related meridian lines. In this way, we can feel an even stronger shifting of the breathing space. Six Healing Sounds Qigong is training the coordination between our body and our breathing. When we are pronouncing a healing sound, we are always exhaling. The ensuing body movement, no matter in what direction, will be done while inhaling. This natural coordination between breathing and body movements, makes the otherwise difficult shifting of breathing space from our fingers through the whole body and legs, down to the toes (or vice versa), as easy as a breeze."
Sacred Healing SoundsSix Syllable Secre
Xu Her Hu Si Chui Xi
. 噓 Xu ， - Level the Liver Qi.
呵 Her ， - Supplement the Heart Qi
呼 Hu ， Cultivate [or Shore Up] the Spleen/Pancreas Qi
呬 Si， Supplement the Lung Qi
吹 Chui， Supplement the Kidney Qi
嘻 Xi ，Regulate the Triple Burner Qi
"One should take air in through the nose and let it out slowly through the mouth ... There is one way of drawing breath in and six ways of expelling breath out. The six ways of expelling breath are represented by the syllables hsü, her, hoo, sss, chway, shee. The six ways of exhalation can cure illness: to expel heat, one uses chway; to expel cold one uses hoo; to relieve tension, use shee; to release anger, use her; to dispel malaise, use hsü, and to regain equilibrium, use sss."
Sound therapy is a very ancient method of healing. Tibetan monks, for example, have used a method of “overtone chanting” for thousands of years for treating illness. The theory is that since everything in the universe is in a constant state of vibration, including the human body, even the smallest change in frequency can affect the internal organs. Modern sound therapists consider there is a natural resonance or “note” that is “right” for each part of the human body, and for each individual, so by directing specific sound waves to specific areas they can affect the frequency at which that part is vibrating and thereby restore it to balance and therefore health. Sound therapy may utilize special machines that transmit “healing vibrations”
Danly Neilson: USA Certified
1.Tai Chi / Qi gong instructor level III.
2. Personal Fitness Trainer --Special for Balance.
3. Health Coach.