This fifth in a series of ten DVDs was developed in order to teach the Medical Qigong students the various hand postures and Qi emitting methods effectively used for Qi manipulation in the Medical Qigong clinic. This DVD contains the following Medical Qigong treatment techniques and Qi emitting methods: Controlling Energy Projection, Hand Postures for Energy Extension and Qi Manipulation, the Extended Fan Palm, the Sword Fingers Technique, One Finger Skill, the Invisible Needle Technique, the Five Thunder Fingers Technique, the Dragon's Mouth Palm, the Kneading Tiger Palm, Energy Extension, Guidance and Regulation Techniques, Guiding Linear Flow of Energy, Pushing, Pulling and Leading Energy, Circling and Spiraling Energy, Energetic Cupping, Guiding the Flow of Stationary Qi, Shaking and Vibrating Energy, Emitting Hot and Cold Energy, Emitting Qi of the Five Element Organs, and Five Element Channels.
In the new edition of this best-selling video – Dr. Yang – Jwing-Ming instructs and demonstrates ”the Eight Pieces of Brocade” – one of the most popular sets of Chinese healing exercises. These gentle breathing – stretching and strengthening movements activate the Qi energy and blood circulation in your body – helping to stimulate your immune system – strengthen your internal organs – and give you abundant energy. With both a sitting and standing set – anyone can practice these simple and effective exercises in as little as 20 minutes a day. Known in China as the Ba Duan Jin – The Eight Pieces of Brocade has been practiced for over 1 – 000 years.
In Understanding Qigong DVD 4, renowned Qigong expert and author Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming discusses the theory of Four Seasons Qigong (Si Ji Gong). Four Seasons Qigong is a well-known traditional medical Qigong practice in which one learns how to regulate the body from one season to the next to avoid common illnesses. This Qigong specializes in training the five internal Yin organs; heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, and spleen, which correspond to the four seasons the year. It is believed that when we get sick it is often due to the body s difficulty in adapting to the changes from one season to another.