The 5 Keys to Taoist Energy Arts
Online Course

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5-keys-cover-724x1024What’s in the programme:

  • 80+ instructional videos – all available for download to keep
  • Introduction to Tai Chi Circling Hands 60-page PDF
  • Weekly practice logs
  • Guided sinking qi + dissolving practices (MP3s)
  • Access to a private forum

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How to Get Real about
Your Energy Arts Practice

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In my 2011 Five Element Qi Gong retreat in Crete, I discussed ways to restore balance in and revitalise the body. One method for fretting out imbalances and getting real about your practice is training with a partner, which accomplishes three important goals:

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Learn Gods Playing in the Clouds
Qi Gong (Video)

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Watch me demonstrate Gods Playing in the Clouds Qi Gong (Level 2), a Five Element Qi Gong system originating from China four millennia ago.

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Qi Gong, Tai Chi + Bagua Training:
How to Balance Your Qi (Video)

Balancing Exercises: How-to Video Lesson 8

All internal enery arts exercise ultimately intends to stimulate qi flow in your body. In fact, one reason external, postural alignments are a main focus in the beginning is to help optimise fluid (such as blood) and qi flow. So now that you have the basics of balancing your outer casing in your form, we’ll look at two primary flows in the body: ascending and descending qi.

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Qi Gong, Tai Chi + Bagua Training: Balancing Exercises for the Legs, Part 2 (Video)

Balancing Exercises: How-to Video Lesson 6

Now that you’ve reviewed the basics of balancing the legs, let’s look at how to balance the legs while in a forward-weighted stance. Many practitioners find that when assuming tai chi or other postures where the front leg carries the bodyweight, the legs, especially the knees, become compressed.

You definitely don’t want to programme this position into your body memory because, over time, you will cause more harm than good. And you definitely want to avoid knee injuries at all costs!

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