Tag Archives: Qi Gong practice

MMQG Qi Gong rooting exercise

30 Apr

Rooting is a key exercise and practice in MMQG Qi Gong as well as in most Neijia – 內家 (Internal Martial Arts) and in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It helps to calm down your mind through the increased stability of your body.

This exercise has its origins in millenary Daoist practices. During the first half of the 1900 it has been called Zhan Zhuang站桩 by Sifu Wang Xiangzhai, the creator of Yiquan.

The most common Zhan Zhuang method is Hún Yuán – 浑圆 (Round Smoothness”), also referred to as Chēng Bào 撑抱 ( that means “Tree Hugging”).

Zhan Zhuang has a healthy, normalizing effect on the body and the mind, helping to release muscular tension and stress. This, of course, helps in healing from several muscular-skeletal medical conditions and to prevent them.
Zhan Zhuang has also a positive effect on your mind, that learns how to focus and to become clearer during the practice.

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MMQG Qi Gong for self-awareness

16 Apr

This MMQG Qi Gong exercise is designed to help you grow your self-awareness coordinating your mind and your body in a single, fluid energy flow.

I developed this method to overcome my own limits and to start learn how to use my own energy to heal my weaknesses and grow.

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MMQG Qi Gong standing routine

9 Apr

This MMQG Qi Gong standing routine will help you fight your self-limiting, negative habits, letting you relax and start working on your own energy.

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MMQG Qi Gong Practice #3

3 Apr

MMQG Qi Gong can be performed completely relaxed or in a “martial” way, using force and muscle contraction. You can choose the way you prefer, or even mixing the two.

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