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Tai Chi practices specifically designed to assist you during the time of the Coronavirus Pandemic

TAPPING FOR YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM

In Tai Chi and Chinese Medicine, all illnesses have the same cause--blocked qi. This video teaches a sequence of tapping on all of the major meridians in order to increase the flow of qi and blood, thus enhancing the strength of the immune system.
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RELEASE NEGATIVE EMOTIONS USING 6 HEALING SOUNDS

This video teaches how to use sounds and movements to release the negative emotions connected to each of the 5 basic organs in Chinese Medicine and Tai Chi and Qigong. Once the negative emotions are released, the inner smile practice is used to activate the innate strengths of each organ. The standing like a tree practice is also taught at the beginning of the video as a warmup.
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EIGHT BROCADES QIGONG

The Eight Brocades is an overall wellness sequence to strengthen your lungs, kidneys, spleen, stomach, heart, and liver, as well as to reduce stress, nourish your brain, and stretch muscles and ligaments, as well as to improve overall circulation.
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THERAPEUTIC QIGONG FORM 1-8

This form is a unique blend of centuries old traditional qigong movements and physical therapy. It consists of 24 movements, 8 movements each for the upper body (1-8), the middle body (9-16), and the lower body (17-24).

Click HERE for detailed printable information.
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24 POSTURE THERAPEUTIC QIGONG FORM 9-16

This video focuses on 8 movements (9-16) for the middle body, and is the second in a series of 3 videos on the 24 Posture Therapeutic Qigong Form. This form is a unique blend of centuries old qigong movements and physical therapy.
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Regular practice of this form promotes balance, strength, flexibility, healing, pain reduction, and qi flow. Movements 9 and 16 especially challenge balance and coordination, and are more complex than the other movements in this set. In the video I mention that I will break these movements down at the end of the video. However in lieu of this section I have instead posted a detailed written explanation of how to perform these movements HERE. For those of you who already have handouts on this practice, the posted file is new, updated, and can be printed out. Remember that Tai Chi is frequently called “medicine in motion!” Take your medicine today!

24 POSTURE THERAPEUTIC QIGONG FORM 17-24

This is video #3 in the 24 POSTURE THERAPEUTIC QIGONG FORM series, and focuses on 8 movements for the lower body (17-24). All 8 movements cultivate BALANCE, both in the physical “reduce falls” sense, but also contributes to the balance of yin and yang energies, and of body, mind, and spirit.

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Movement #21 is the most difficult movement of all the 24 movements in the form, however the rewards of stability and strength to be gained are very worth the effort and extra practice!

Instructional handouts on this set of movements (as well as handouts for the first 2 videos on movements 1-8 and 9-16) can be found HERE.

Remember that this form is a unique blend of centuries old qigong movements and physical therapy. Regular practice promotes balance, strength, flexibility, healing, pain reduction, toning of the vital organs, and overall wellness!

Be patient with yourself when you practice. To quote Lao Tzu, identified author of the TAO TE CHING, an ancient book of Chinese wisdom sayings:

“Nature does not hurry,
yet everything is accomplished!”

FOLLOW ALONG PRACTICE VIDEO 24 POSTURE THERAPEUTIC QIGONG FORM

This video is a “follow along” practice video and includes all 24 movements for the upper body, middle body, and lower body in the 24 POSTURE THERAPEUTIC QIGONG FORM.

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This form combines centuries old qigong movements and physical therapy. Regular practice can improve balance, increase strength and flexibility, promote healing, reduce pain, tone organs, and promote overall wellness!

To complete the whole form takes a little over 20 minutes. I invite you to follow along and practice the whole form 3-5 times a week for 2 weeks or more. Take note and see what changes you notice in your body, mind, and spirit!

QI AS MEDICINE: HEALING PRACTICES

Most people think of pharmacies and doctors when they hear the word "medicine." But there is a medicine within that is free and available to us at all times! That medicine is "qi," the Chinese word for the universal life force energy which sustains and nurtures all life.

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Qi healing practices which are included in this video are "Curing 10,000 Illnesses" and "The Microcosmic Orbit Form."

Qi is a living presence, a power that is intelligent and responsive. It is within us yet around us. There is never a time when Qi is not speaking to us if we allow ourselves to slow down, breathe, connect, and pay attention. While each person experiences Qi in a unique way, with regular practice, anyone can begin to recognize, experience, communicate with, and understand the healing power and experiential language of Qi!

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