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Qi Gong for Healthy Joints & Bones

Qi Gong for Healthy Joints & Bones
Price: $20.00
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Over time, repetitive motion, stress and improper posture deplete our joints and bones of essential life force.  According to the wisdom of Qi Gong, this stagnant energy is an underlying cause of this deterioration; like standing water, stale energy leads to pain and stiffness.  This simple, effective Qi Gong routine will free up the vital life force in your joints and bones and make you feel great!

This simple qi gong routine will also:

    Alleviate Painful Joints Naturally
    Increase Joint Mobility throughout the Entire Body
    Become More Flexible
    Increase Bone Density
    Cultivate More Energy

Special Bonus Features:

    Customize Your Routine For Specific Areas
    Interview with Lee Holden
    Behind-the-Scenes Footage
    Music-Only Option
    How to Use this DVD

Routine: 34 mins./ Bonus Footage: 1 Hr.

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"The first time I heard of Qi Gong was from my niece, newly arrived from China to study for her PhD.  For a year or so, I had been diagnosed with bursitis of the right hip, needed a cane and could only climb steps lifting the left leg and dragging the right foot up.  I had a few months of physical therapy. I tried biofeedback, self hypnosis, subliminal tapes, limited yoga and medication, all to no avail. [After using the Lee Holden Qi Gong DVDs for several days] the energy I felt was astounding.  And no pain. A few weeks later, I found myself at the top of the stairs.  How had I gotten there without pain, without struggling, without the tendency to scream?!...I returned to my drawing classes where I had been absent for the year due to the bursitiis.  Everyone wanted to know the details. One artist had been in severe back pain from arthritis, going to the gym three times a week and taking physical therapy.  He begged to borrow my materials. Within two weeks, he came to class all smiles and swinging his arms like a windmill.  Out of curiosity, I rented [other] Qi Gong DVDs and could not believe how dreadful some of these could be.  To say thank you seems such a small token of gratitude.  I think of Lee Holden in almost genius terms."  Patricia Yu, Philadelphia

Qi Gong: for Healthy Joints & Bones

Sequence of Movements

  1. Spinal Cord Breathing
        Increases the range of motion in the spinal joints
       and enhances the flow of cerebral spinal fluid,
       creating suppleness through the back.
  2. Spinal Twist
        Clears back tension, increases range of motion.
  3. Knocking on the Door of Life
        Increases spinal flexibility and circulation to the low
       back; stimulates pressure points for more energy.
  4. Wave
        Opens the joints and trains the body to move with
  5. Turtle Neck
        Opens the joints through the spine and neck.
  6. Palm Press Together Behind the Back
        Stretches the neck muscles and opens the cervical (neck) spine.
  7. One Hand Behind Back, Twist Over Shoulder
        Opens the shoulder joint; stretches the muscles and
       tendons around the shoulder.
  8. Shoulder Circles
        Opens the shoulder joint; increases circulation
       around and through the shoulder.
  9. Shoulder Shrugs
        Opens the shoulder joint; increases circulation around
       and through the shoulder; helps relax the upper body.
  10. Elbows
        Opens the elbow joints; increases the circulation
       around the elbows.
  11. Hips
        Increases circulation to the hip joints; opens the low back.
  12. Tailbone
        Opens the sacrum, hips, and low back; increases
       circulation to the tailbone.
  13. Leg Swing
        Opens both the inner and outer parts of the hip;
       develops coordination and balance.
  14. Knees
        Increases circulation and energy to the knees.
  15. Ankles
        Opens the ankle joints; good exercise for balance.
  16. Wrists
        Opens the wrist joints; brings circulation to the
       hands; excellent for arthritis in the hands.
  17. Wrist Circles
        Opens the wrist joints; brings circulation to the
       hands; excellent for arthritis in the hands.
  18. Wrist Shaking
        Opens all the joints, clears stress and tension, and
       increases energy.
  19. Whole Body Shaking
        Opens all joints in the body; releases stagnant energy.
  20. Arm Spirals
        Opens all the joints in the body; develops
       coordination and balance.
  21. Tai Chi Opening
        Increases energy in the body; trains the body to
       move without tension; brings energy into the bones.
  22. Bone Breathing Movement
        Creates a rnind/body connection for the bones;
       increases energy to the bones.
  23. Bone Strengthening
        Develops strong bones; cultivates deep energy.
  24. Pulling Down the Heavens
        Helps cultivate relaxation and healing energy in
       the whole body.

QiGong (pronounced "chee gong" and alternatively spelled as "qigong," "qi gong," or "chi kung") is sometimes called the new yoga - but the practice dates back thousands of years to ancient China. The word qi (or chi) means life force or "vital energy of the body," and gong means accomplishment or skill that is cultivated through steady practice. Qi Gong is specifically designed to cultivate the body's vital energy, using it to heal and strengthen every system throughout the body. Thus, qi gong means cultivating energy, and it involves working with energy to strengthen and cleanse the body. Using these Qi Gong DVDs, CDs, and videos will improve your relaxation, reduce pain, and improve your health.

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