Long Hu Shan (Dragon Tiger) QIGONG 龍虎山氣功
The ancient practice of qigong (life-force cultivation) is based on the way of nature (Tao). It is a form of Taoist Yoga used to open and close doors between the primal forces of nature creating numerous health benefits. These benefits have been experienced for thousands of years by qigong practitioners and, more recently, have been documented by a plethora of scientific studies. According to Taoism, the health of our body-mind is dependent upon a clear, strong and balanced flow of qi through the meridian system. Since qigong practice accomplishes just this, it should come as no surprise that the benefits of qigong practice extend to every physical system of our bodies, as well as to the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of our Being.
Liu Jing (Six Channels Qigong) 六經歸童子功
Ba Duan Jin (Eight Silken Qigong) 八段錦氣功 ~Sitting~Standing~Walking
Zhang San Feng Taijiquan 張三丰太極拳
Zhang San Feng was a renowned Taoist adept who was the creator of Taijiquan. Born in 1242, Zhang was known to have lived over 200 years well into the 1400's. While studying Taoist internal martial art at Wudang mountain, he observed a "battle between a snake and crane", creating a style that was effective in overcoming younger and faster opponents through soft and circular motions.
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