Primordial Qigong


• Description

• The Exercises



Primordial Qigong performed by Grandmaster Feng Zhiqiang. 

Meditation and Qigong are the foundation of Tai Chi practice, whether one is interested in health and vitality, self-defense, or mind/body integration. Grandmaster Feng learned Taoist Qigong and meditation from 

Grandmaster Hu Yaozhen, the "Father of Modern Qigong," and combined that art with Chen Style Tai Chi to create "Chenshi Xinyi Hunyuan Taijiquan" — Hunyuan Tai Chi for short. 


Hunyuan Primordial Qigong

 

• Hunyuan, pronounced hun-yu'en, meaning "primordial" 

• Qigong, pronounced chi-gung, "vital energy cultivation" 


• For beginners, the best introduction to the energy body  

• For advanced students, the best way to develop higher-level skills

• Our most popular class 


Qigong is the ancient art of cultivating internal energy for health and vitality, relaxation and peace of mind, and, when applied to Tai Chi, self-defense skills. Qigong is very popular in China, where millions of people practice various types of Qigong daily. Although ancient, Qigong is a living art, and grows and evolves all the time. During our Sunday morning sessions, we will practice the Hunyuan Qigong developed by Grandmaster Feng Zhiqiang, which focuses on replenishing the body with vital energy, opening and expanding the energy channels, relaxing and healing any injuries or chronic conditions, and building a reserve of energy to protect the body against illness and daily stress. The exercises are gentle, but powerful, and leave you feeling refreshed, renewed, and peaceful. The class also includes a short session of Wuji Zhan Zhuang 'Standing Post' meditation.      


Prerequisite:

None


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The Primordial Qigong Exercises

 

Opening Posture

1. Taiji Qigong

 

Cleanse with Qi

2. Use Qi to Cleanse Internal Organs

3. Use Qi to Cleanse the Three Dantians

 

Gather Qi

3. Gather Qi to the Three Dantians

5. Gather Yang Qi from Heaven and Yin Qi from Earth

6. Gather Qi from Nature, left & right

7. Gather Qi for Strength

8. Gather Qi, Mix and Hold

 

Massage for Health with Qi

9. Wash the Lungs   

10. Circulate the Sun and Moon

11. Wash the Head

12. Massage Internal Organs

13. Face Massage for Health

 

Circulate Qi

14. Activate Leg Meridians, left, right and center

15. Turn the Grindstone, small and large

16. Yin and Yang Spirals

17. Heaven and Earth Circles 

18. Stretch Arms like Swords, left, right and double

 

Balance Qi

19. Rotate Abdomen, Fuse Qi and Blood

 

Return to the Origin

20. Wuji Zhan Zhuang (“Standing Post”) Meditation

 

Return to the World

21. Acupressure Self Massage 

22. Shake Your Tail Feathers

23. Cleanse All Dantians   

 

Closing Posture

24. Salute