Nine-Temple Exercises – Chi Kung
Instructions Here: http://www.egreenway.com/qigong/ntes.htm
Reference # 7
1. The Prayer Wheel
2. Knee Rotation
3. Crossed Arm Rotation
4. Picking Fruit
5. Leg Swing
6. Leg Bounce
7. Retreat And Advance
8. Grinding Corn
9. Polishing The Mirror
Benefits of Temple Exercises
1. The Prayer Wheel-The whole body is toned. It invigorates the four systems, the vascular, the lymphatic, the nervous, and the chi systems.
2. Knee Rotation-prevents arthritis, it’s the site of six major acupuncture sites.
3. Crossed Arm Rotation-activates the kidneys and spleen.
4. Picking Fruit-activates the kidneys and spleen and the pancreas;
joints are lifted.
5. Leg Swing-helps to eliminate indigestion and constipation .it invigorates the reproductive system.
6. Leg Bounce-spine and brain
7. Retreat and Advance-liver kidneys, the spleen, pancreas. And colons are set in motion.
8. Grinding Corn- benefits not available
9. Polishing the Mirror-lower back of knees and inside of thighs. Also good for the kidneys and will prevent hemorrhoids
Instructions Here: http://www.egreenway.com/qigong/ntes.htm
About ralph_deI’m just an ordinary guy posting posts about extraordinary events , people , places and things. Thanks for visiting, hope you enjoy reading my posts , I enjoyed posting them.
Welcome To My Tai Chi Reference Blog
- Tai Chi Mind Set A Meditative Intent
- Being in the Here and Now
- Kung Fu Then and Now
- The Right Tai Chi Style for You
- Tai Chi Helps Eliminate Stress
- Tai Chi supports Our External and Internal Systems
- 10 Principles of Yang Style Tai Chi
- Push Hands
- Tai Chi Tips for Today
- Practice Makes Perfect
- Different Styles Of Tai Chi
- DIABETES AND TAI CHI THERAPY
- The Best Things in Life Are Free
- Tai Chi Yang Style 24 Form Lessons/Free YouTubeVideos
- Tai Chi Notes 2
- Tai Chi Notes
- Procedural memory
- My Tai Chi Quotes
- Tai Chi Medical Research Lecture
- Tai Chi Stances
- Tai Chi Beginners Practice …
- Teaching Tai Chi with Passion
- QiGong Master demonstrating Chi
- Push Hands
- Effective Use of Tai Chi
- About Dogs: Dogs Behaving Badly wp.me/p3bh2l-3jMy Quotes On Twitter 11 hours ago
- Tai Chi Mind Set A Meditative Intent wp.me/p26t1p-hSMy Quotes On Twitter 3 days ago
- The Helplessness of Love wp.me/p23BP2-t4My Quotes On Twitter 3 days ago
- People Pleasing wp.me/p23BP2-sWMy Quotes On Twitter 4 days ago
- Keeping Memory Fit wp.me/p23BP2-rWMy Quotes On Twitter 5 days ago
- Garnishment In Law And Practice wp.me/p3d0i4-9VMy Quotes On Twitter 5 days ago
- What Not to Put in Your Resume wp.me/p23r2H-cIMy Quotes On Twitter 5 days ago
- “Old Glory” American Flag History wp.me/p3d0i4-9RMy Quotes On Twitter 6 days ago
- Dog Care Tips wp.me/p3bh2l-3fMy Quotes On Twitter 6 days ago
- Cremation wp.me/p23BP2-sLMy Quotes On Twitter 6 days ago
Easy Does It
Tai Chi 24 Forms
Yang Style Forms
Top Posts & Pages
Chen Man Ch’ing Forms
As well as the traditional tai chi styles modern styles are being created all the time. Often they are created from a single traditional style or sometimes elements from several styles are blended together.
Again there are a variety of reasons for creating the form Compact Tai Chi was created for people with access to a limited amount of floor space.
Tai Chi for Arthritis was created from Sun and Yang styles to ease the pressure on joints and encourage mobility...-Everyday Tai Chi
Who, What , Where and Why
Tai Chi Teacher: Sifu Koh Ah Tee (deciple of Wu Kuo Chung) taught Cheng Man Ching's forms
Grandmaster Jou, Tsung Hwa
July 13, 1917 - August 3, 1998
In 1984 Master Jou founded the legendary on 103 beautiful acres in Warwick, NY. It was there that he held classes and hosted workshops in taijiquan, qigong, and meditation, invited other world-renowned teachers to share their arts, and hosted the Annual Chang San Feng Festival which was attended by Tai Chi enthusiasts from all over this country and the world.
At the bottom of the foot, to the inside of the ball of the foot and inline between the second and third toes, there’s an acupuncture point called kidney 1 or more poetically “the bubbling spring” point. In Chinese this point is called yongquan.
Read more: http://www.barrietaichi.com/news/strumming-the-yongquan/
is A unique feature of Sun style Tai Ji Quan is the Kai/He ( Open/Close ) posture to gather and concentrate the energy.
(1903 - 1996) was a famous dancer who lived in China in the late 40's and early 50's. She had the good fortune to become a student of Ma Yueh Liang. She returned to the US and was one of the first teachers of Wu Style Taijiquan in North America.
She wrote one of the first books to attempt to explain the form movement by movement. She wrote another which reflected on her over 40 years of practice.
What Is Qi Gong?
Qi Energy - Life Force That Flows Through and Around All Living Things.
Qi Gong Are Ancient Taoist Exercises Designed to Improve All Internal Functions of the Body, Increase the Energy Level and Prevent Diseases.
Qi Is the Vital Energy That Flows and Circulates Within All Living Things, Including the Body. Its Character Is Made of Air, Which We Call Heaven Chi, for Air Is Breath and Without Breath There Is No Life. The Other Character Is Rice Which We Call Earth Chi, for Rice Is Food That Comes from the Earth and Nourishes the Body. So When We Talk about Chi , We Talk about All the Energies Between Heaven and Earth, Which Help Us Create and Sustain the Physical Body.
Gong Is Practice or Skill. The Character Gong Is Made of Work Which We Translate as Practice. The Other Character Is Strength Which Is Developed Through Practice. So Gong Means a Strong Work Which When Applied to a Particular System Becomes a Skill. You All Have Heard of Kung-fu, the Movie and the Martial Art. We Can Say That When a Person Has Developed a Strong Skill Through Practice, He or She Has Kung Fu.
Did You Know?
1. What is Tai Chi?
Tai Chi, is one of the most famous internal styles of Chinese martial arts. Tai Chi, literally means “the greatest” and “the ultimate”. In Chinese philosophy, Tai Chi comes from Wuji, a state where there is absolutely nothing, not even a point. Tai Chi is the essence of motion and stillness. It is the parent of Yin-Yang. Thus, Tai Chi also refers to the origin of everything. It seems everything has its own way. When every way comes natural, it is called Tai Chi.
2. What is Qi?
Qi (Chi) energy without shape, exhibiting continuous life and movement. Tai Chi has its origins in Taoism, the oldest philosophical system in China, which is most famous for its Yin-Yang theory. The Yin-Yang symbol expresses a continuous flow of Qi in a circular direction as it generates the two opposing forces of Yin and Yang --- positive and negative, darkness and light, heaven and earth, man and woman. These forces interact to balance each other's excesses and to bring into existence of the physical and metaphysical realms.
3. What is the ultimate goal of Tai Chi?
With the advent of firearms, the use of boxing skills on the battlefield gradually diminished, prompting Tai Chi/Kung Fu masters to reconsider the goals and direction of Chinese martial arts. “What is the ultimate goal of Tai Chi? It is to keep fit and prolong life.” .
4. The principle in practice of Tai Chi
Is “a serene heart plus a concentrated mind.” This allows the nerve centers to rest, relaxing the whole body and improving the ability to coordinate the functions of its various organs. Deep and natural breathing, smooth arc-like actions centering on the waist and a training method which conveys one’s inner force to the tips of the limbs by mental exertion result in a harmony of the inside and outside body.
5. What are some of tai chi benefits?
some questions Tai Chi is most suitable for both physical training and physical fitness. As proven by its social application over dozens of years, Tai Chi has certain curative effects for such chronic ailments as neuralgia, high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, heart trouble, and TB. Tai Chi is a great exercise for relaxation, concentration, memory retention, energy replenishment, flexibility and blood circulation.