Yi Jin Jing Qigong with English Instruction

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This is the complete practice of the health qigong Yi Jin Jing (Muscle Tendon Change Classic). Regular practice is believed to improve organ function and both physical and mental health and wellbeing. A daily 12 minute practice for people of all ages and ability. Yi Jin Jing 易筋經 can be translated as Muscle and Tendon Change / Transformation Excercises. It consists of 12 exercises aimed at developing strong flexible muscles and tendons:-

YI JIN JING | HEALTH QIGONG

  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 00:08 – Ready Position
  • 00:45 – Wei Tuo presenting the pestle 1
  • 01:00 – Wei Tuo presenting the pestle 2
  • 01:24 – Wei Tuo presenting the pestle 3
  • 01:46 – Plucking a star and exchanging a star cluster
  • 02:12 – Pulling nine cows by their tails
  • 03:15 – Displaying talons and spreading wings
  • 04:22 – Nine ghosts drawing swords
  • 06:05 – Sinking the three bodily zones (or Three plates falling on the floor)
  • 06:58 – Black dragon displaying its claws
  • 08:02 – Tiger pouncing on its prey
  • 08:48 – Bowing down in salutation
  • 10:32 – Swinging the tail
  • 11:52 – Closing Form

Why Qigong?

Qigong is an ancient Chinese exercise & healing technique. Combining movements in stillness, mental connection, tradition Chinese medicine, self cultivation, breathing and meditation to increase balance and vital energy Qi. A gentle, relaxed, slow, yet strong, suitable for everyone – its smooth movement as flowing water and floating clouds – instils calmness in both body and mind. A wonderful and simple exercise for people of all ages to improve both physical and mental health and wellbeing.

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Lili has been studying and practising yoga in China & UK for 20 years, and teaching since 2007. She draws inspiration from her training within established, classical yoga systems that focus on alignment, hatha vinyasa in its gentler form, yin, yin/yang, and restorative yoga styles, pranayama and meditation; blending the roots of Chinese healing traditions into a more holistic practice. For her, practice covers not just the physical aspects of yoga but also aligning and unblocking the bodies meridian energy pathways to release Qi energy (prana) which flows through the bodies energy highway, bringing the mind, body and spirit back into balance. “I am continually humbled by my students and teachers, my aim is always to teach from the heart and from the idea that yoga is the art of living, listening and learning, to embody this deeply spiritual tradition” – Lili Chen.