When starting any form of training a warm-up and stretching routine is imperative to the prevention of stiffness and tight tendons, sinews, and muscles supporting the dexterity of all limbs and joints. This routine is one of many and is honed specifically toward Tai Chi and Qigong warm-up and stretching. Every single person without exception has a desire to preserve his or her health.”Many times an illness begins when one is unaware of an imbalance that has subtly begun. This allows a pathogen to accumulate and degenerate the body, progressing to the point where it penetrates the level of the bones and marrow.
Both Tai Chi and Qigong is known as preventative therapy exercise. Although tai chi is slow and gentle and doesn’t leave you breathless, it addresses the key components of fitness. The practice of Tai Chi Quan trains you to maintain a balance between the two principles of Yin and Yang and Quan as Balance. The principles you learn in Tai Chi Quan should be applied to everything you do throughout your life. A warm-up session is an essential and prior need before the commencement of any form of movement practice. This prevents any gently / soft injury from occurring during practice.
Video Tutorials - Modules 1 & 2
Warm-Up Exercise & Body Alignment (video + audio) Washing Bone Marrow Fundamentals
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|Module 1||Warm-Up Routines & Posture Adjustments|
|Lesson 1||Tai Chi & Qigong Warm Up Routine 1|
|Lesson 2||Loosening Tendons Warm Up 2|
|Lesson 3||Body Alignment (Zhan Zhuang)|
|Module 2||Washing Bone Marrow|
|Lesson 1||Bone Marrow Strike Part 1|
|Lesson 2||Bone Marrow Strike Part 2|
|Lesson 3||Bone Marrow Explainer Details|