Shawn Cartwright | Moving With the Tao: Qigong Exercises for Health and Harmony

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Moving With the Tao: Qigong Exercises for Health and Harmony

by Shawn Cartwright

Practice the most important Qigong forms and exercises from ancient China. This DVD includes an amazing amount of material from the healing and cultivation tradition of the Taoist. You get 8 complete Qigong and Neigong sets!
Genre: Spoken Word: Instructional
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1. Body Opening Qigong
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2. Meridian Opening Qigong
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3. Body Shaking Qigong
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4. Energy Replenishing Nei Gong
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5. Energy Refining and Projecting Nei Gong
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6. Eight Pieces of Silk Brocade
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7. Five Animal Frolics
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8. Post Standing
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Album Notes
Eight complete Qigong and Neigong practice sets to rejuvenate and transform your life.

The Five Animal Frolics (Wu Qin Xi Qigong) form of medical Qigong was invented by Hua Tuo, one of the fathers of Chinese Medicine during the Han Dyanasty. It features the Tiger, Deer, Monkey, Bear, and Crane animals which were later incorporated in to Chinese Kung Fu. Eight Pieces of Brocade (Ba Duan Jin) is attributed to the Taoist Immortal Lu Dong Bing and is the most commonly practiced Qigong in the world. Post Standing (Zhan Zhuang) is considered one of the most important foundation exercises in Tai Ji (Tai Chi), Xing Yi (Hsing-I), Ba Gua (Pa Kua) and Yi Quan (I Chuan).

The Body Opening, Meridian Opening, and Shaking Sets are Nei Gong (Taoist Yoga) designed to enhance your overall health and well-being. The Energy Replenishing and Refining sets are meditation in movement. These practices will help energy healers, yogis martial artists and meditation practitioners.

Music on the DVD is by TCCII Artist Bing Xia from her album The Rising Moon: Xia Bing Gu Zheng Solo Album 月兒高: 夏冰古箏獨奏專輯. Available at CDBaby.

1. Body Opening
2. Meridian Opening
3. Body Shaking
4. Energy Replenishing
5. Energy Refining and Projecting
6. Eight Pieces of Silk Brocade
7. Five Animal Frolics
8. Post Standing

This video is designed as a practice DVD so that you can follow the movements without the distraction of teaching commentary.

If you prefer teaching commentary, then checkout our "Chen Tai Chi Chuan: Original Forms and Exercises" DVD which has separate practice and teaching commentary sections, also available on CD Baby.

Cast
Demonstrator: Shawn Cartwright
Gu Zheng Music: Bing Xia

Crew
Director: Shawn Cartwright
Picture Editor: Alain Jachiet
Director of Photography: Megan Cox
Art Director: Kevin Preston
Production Company: TCCII Publications
Writer: Shawn Cartwright
Picture Editor: Jin Gong
Producer: Shawn Cartwright
Producer: Yinong Chong

Film Overview
Release Date: 2010-03-01
Running Time: 0:53
Content Rating: GA (General Audience)
DVD Region: All Regions
Media Format: NTSC-DVD
Audio Language(s): English
Genres: Instructional >> Training :: Instructional >> Self-Improvement :: Instructional >> Health :: Health >> Alternative Health :: Health >> The Body :: Health >> General :: Sports >> Martial Arts :: New Age :: Exercise & Fitness >> Meditation :: Exercise & Fitness >> Tai Chi/Qigong :: Exercise & Fitness >> Martial Arts :: Exercise & Fitness >> Yoga


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