Category: Qigong and Taichi

Dr. Hui Zhang

Master Sun Lutang and Sun Style Internal Kung-fu Sun Style Taichi employs a higher stance, less kicking, and punching, all movements have the same tempi, and a very strong Qigong emphasis, which makes it’s possible and easier for people with a weak body or older age and avoids any damage to the knee joints.read more […]

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Bamai Qigong

Video link Now, most of us are isolated at home to deal with the pandemic crisis. Shall we just let it be, or shall we do something to make it better? The valuable experience from China and the development of Chinese medicine give us some options. Qigong is one of the most effective methods. In order […]

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Bamai Qigong

Bamai Qigong i.e. eight channels Qigong refers to the combination of the Eight Trigrams, Eight Brocades Qigong, and the eight extraordinary channels in Chinese Medicine. The Eight Brocades Qigong was induced to the hospitals in Wuhan and other cities for the infected patients with mild symptoms and those who are isolated at home. Once Qi […]

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Sun Taichi

A research team from the USA and Brazil recently published a study to evaluate the effects of a short-term Cardio Tai Chi program on the cardiorespiratory fitness and hemodynamic parameters in sedentary adults (Tin et al. 2019). Thirty-one participants were subjected to a Cardio Taichi program during 10 sessions over a 10-day period within 2 […]

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Sun Lu Tang

My first video with Aarhus Global Media Master Sun Lutang and Sun Style Internal Kung-fu Master Sun Lutang (孙禄堂)(1860-1933) was a renowned master of Chinese internal martial arts and was the founder of Sun style Taichi. He was also considered an accomplished Neo-Confucian and Taoist scholar (especially in the I Ching) and was a distinguished […]

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daoyin

Chen et al​(Chen et al. 2019)​ published a review paper to introduce the history in the development and the scope of Dao Yin/Qigong, the relationship between Dao Yin with Taoist culture and Qigong, and the potential mechanisms of how Dao Yin promotes health and alleviate illnesses. Besides, they detailed the empirical research studies using Dao […]

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xing qi ming

the earliest archaeological subject of Qigong According to archaeological research this jade piece of Xing Qi Ming or Inscription on Guiding Qi is an ornament dating back to the Warring States (475-221 B.C.). It’s also the earliest archaeological subject with the record of Qigong practice. The words on the jade has been deciphered as follows: […]

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