So how do you choose the right book to learn more about Qigong? What are the good and the bad books? Hopefully this blog will shed some light on the process.
So, how important is it that you perform the Ba Duan Jin (Eight Brocades) in the correct order? Let the EGGS explain!
Turning The Head – Helps to stimulate the small intestine vessel. Physical problems like a stiff neck with reduced ability to turn the head, pain of the jaw, restrictions in the shoulder blade and numbness or tingling in the hands can all be a result of restriction in the small intestine pathway.
Our third posture relates to the earth phase of the five elements: the stomach and spleen. This organ pairing is responsible for our intake of food nutrition. The stomach receives the food we eat and begins the process of converting this to energy. The spleen separates the pure from the turbid and begins the conversion of food and fluids into blood and Qi.
With every breath we take, air energy is propelled into our lungs, providing our bodies with the oxygen we need for all the functions that keep us alive every day. Find out how to build healthy lungs and improve energy.
‘Lifting the Sky’ provides a release of the internal organs and tissue systems to gently massage the three cavities and their respective organs. This will improve the functions of the whole body, increase nutritional uptake and help to promote efficient elimination of waste.