Shu Xin Ping Xue Gong contains two sets of the form. This particular Qigong form was created by Professor Zhang Guangde of Beijing Sport University. it is created and compiled under the guidance of the overall concept of traditional Chinese medicine, syndrome differentiation and treatment, the theory of viscera and meridians, and related theories of modern medicine.
This form of Qigong contains eight movement as the first set. The Qigong movements follow the energy channels (Mai Luo in Chinese) in the body, release the heat in the heart and regulates the blood flow. Specifically, it is designed to improve heart's overall function and balancing the flow of the blood.
-Detailed instruction of each movement
-Enhance balance, strength and flexibility
-Heart meridian pathway
-The partners of the heart
-Creative exploration of Qi
-Whole body movement and listening
-Five Elements accordance of the inner organs
-An open discussion on Shen
-Q & A
$146 for the entire 10 sessions (Currently registered students)
$164 for the entire 10 sessions (Others)
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