This lesson/practice video will guide you on the organic form of the Five Dynamic Energies, it's structure, philosophy and flow of movement.
Two Qi Gong forms, Zhan Zhuang (Stand like a Tree) and 8 Pieces of Silk Brocade.
The essence of Tai Ji, the Five Dynamic Energies is based on the different qualities of movement within the original 13 Postures of Tai Ji form and it is the root to Daoist philosophical/medical aspects of life.
Lesson 5 begins our study into our short form of Tai Ji called the wu xing by taking a look at the first two dynamic forces, huo & shui (fire & water).
We experience the "Standing Essentials" to the practice. A natural progression to our seated practice, we learn the techniques and benefits in standing in our Wu Ji position. Then we learn our first of the five moves of movements that can be applied to our Qi Gong form.
Practicing the Jin Hua and Ba Ji along with our whole form of Qi Gong
Continuation of Lesson 3 and the discourse on The Golden Flower and the 8 Dynamic Energy Flow.
Lesson 3 - Disc A - introduces two more intricate & unique moves in our seated Qi Gong form, The Golden Flower(Jin Hua) & the 8 Dynamic Energy Flow(Ba Ji). These additional moves open up our qi channels and pumps the qi through.
In Lesson 2, we begin to establish the sequence of moves that creates the first part of our Qi Gong Form.
This 44 minute practice video provides three sessions of practice. Two seated and one standing, highlighting the first part of our Qi Gong Form
A practice of what was discussed and demonstrated in Lesson 1, giving an excellent opportunity to practice.
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Module # 5 begins the study of our short form of Tai Ji called the wu xing, the five dynamic energies. This preview will share the important Chinese characters in the form and inspire.
This clip, taken from #4 Module, shares the philosophy of learning in this course of Essential Tai Ji & Qi Gong. The multi-faceted approach to practice & study encourages a natural way of learning from the inside out.
Experience the Practice of Movement that has been created within the last 4 Modules of Essential Tai Ji and Qi Gong. With Taos Mountain in the background, flow along and become familiar with the movement & characters of our form so far.
We go into Deeper Study and experience the "Qi-lligraphy" of the Characters we saw in Module #3 and have a practice of our form so far.
HD Preview of #3 Module, showing the symbols and the calligraphy spoken of during the lesson.
Symbols are a way to go to the inside of form. The Jin Hua and Ba Ji Symbols will be our guides to the inner flow of qi within our form.
Review and practice of "Essential Tai Ji & Qi Gong" modules number one & two.
This video will focus on the first posture of taiji & qigong, the powerful wu ji position. Also will become familiar with our taiji anatomy points of our body and how to circulate qi.
This 1st Module of learning lays the groundwork to the practice by understanding the words of Tai Ji & Qi Gong in Chinese Characters, their symbolism & meaning.