(Infinite Tai Chi for Beginners) - Tai Chi for beginners is ideal for people of all ages. It demonstrates, without harsh body movements, the techniques of Tai Chi which help to increase personal well-being. Learn how controlled breathing and slow, flowing movements help balance the universal energies of Yin and Yang and rejuvenate the body and mind. - (Infinite Tai Chi for Health) -Tai Chi for health, based on Jason Chan's Short Form, is ideal for newcomers to this ancient art. Using balanced body movements and controlled breathing exercises, Jason Chan shows how you can regain your physical and spiritual well-being.
In this volume, Terry Dunn provides instruction in two intermediate standing meditations of the Flying Phoenix Qigong system: “Wind through the Treetops” and “Moonbeam Splashes On Water.” Both exercises impart sublime energizing effects.
Terry Dunn teaches six basic meditations of the Flying Phoenix Celestial Healing Qigong, a subset called "Monk Serves Wine." Exercises One through Three are extremely simple but powerful preparatory meditations that instantly mobilize qi in the upper body and bring it into awareness. Each exercise begins with a short breath-control sequence followed by either one movement or no movement at all.
Volume One teaches five basic standing meditations of the Flying Phoenix Celestial Healing Chi Mediation system. Through these basic Flying Phoenix standing meditations, Terry Dunn teaches the three cornerstones of qigong: Shape-form (Xing), Mind or Intent (Yi), and Breath-energy (Chi) method. The first three standing meditations focus qi development at three tan tiens (chakras or energy centers): “Monk Gazing At Moon” at the upper tan tien (third eye or brow chakra), “Monk Holding Peach” at the middle tan tien (heart chakra), “Monk Holding Pearl” at lower tan tien.