Yang Jwing Ming – Shaolin White Crane Hard and Soft Qigong
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Balance Yin and Yang with White Crane QigongThis multi-language DVD offers detailed narration of the finer points of each technique as taught in the companion book The Essence of Shaolin White Crane.
Develop extraordinary strength and explosive martial power.White Crane Hard Qigong (chi kung) strengthens the muscles, tendons, and ligaments, and develops the strength and flexibility of the torso and spine.
Hard Qigong also helps to build a strong root, improves your stability, and increases your muscular endurance.In addition to strength and power, Hard Qigong training builds up Qi in the limbs, which then circulates to the internal organs, nourishing them with Qi and improving your vitality.
Hand Forms, Stretching & Fundamental Stances Two complete sets of Moving Hard Qigong
Learn to understand the essence of internal power.
To use White Crane martial power your body must move like a whip: smooth and flexible.
Therefore the joints must be relaxed and the entire body connected, from the toes to the fingers.
White Crane Soft Qigong trains you to be soft, relaxed, and coordinated.
It also promotes smooth Qi flow and builds robust health and longevity.
Soft Qigong promotes exceptional health of the spine and helps to keep the waist and torso fit and flexible.
Warm-ups & Stretching Qigong Exercises for the Fingers, Hands, Arms, & Chest The complete set of Moving Soft Qigong YMAA PRODUCTION DR.YANG, JWING-MING “WHITE CRANE HARD AND SOFT QIGONG” PERFORMED BY DR.YANG, JWING-MING
• EDITED BY PHIL GOLDMAN, DAVID SILVER AND MEDIAMANIC
• PRODUCED BY DAVID SILVER
• DVD AUTHORING BY MEDIAMANIC
• WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY DR.YANG, JWING-MINGDr.Yang, Jwing-Ming, is a renowned author and teacher of Chinese martial arts and Qigong.
Born in Taiwan, he has trained and taught Taijiquan, Qigong and Chinese martial arts for over forty-five years.
He is the author of over thirty books, and was elected by Inside Kung Fu magazine as one of the 10 people who has “made the greatest impact on martial arts in the past 100 years.
” Dr.Yang lives in Northern California.
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