Qi Gong for Beginners: Eight Easy Movements for Vibrant Health

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Rudra Press, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 148 pages
"Qui Gong is one of the most important movement meditation techniques. If all Americans learned just the 'Eight Silken Movements' and practiced them daily, we could reduce health costs by 50 percent...."--C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., Founder Shealy Institute for Comprehensive Health Care, and Founding President, American Holistic Medical Association. An exercise program that can actually release blocks to healing and get you centered...in six minutes a day. The simple, no impact, but very powerful movements of Qui Gong can do that--and more, from increasing longevity to boosting the immune system. And this beautifully illustrated guide, written especially for beginners, will introduce you to this ancient art that balances and strengthens the life force. Try it, and look forward to extraordinary health benefits! 148 pages, 110 b/w photos, 4 b/w illus., 7 x 10.

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This is a fine introduction to Qi Gong. Wilson clearly explains the basic concepts and a set of photographs illustrate eight movements, which are like simple dance routines that require the focus and ... Read full review

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Introduction
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What Is Qi Gong?
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