1. Origins and Development. 2. Characteristics. 3. Practical Tips. Section I. Hand and Body Form. Section II. Breathing and Mind. Section III. Basic Postures. Chapter 4. Descriptions of the Routines. Section I. Movements. Section II. Movements Illustrated, Points for Attention, Functions and Effects. Ready Position. Routine 1. Calming Heart and Positioning Hands (Ming Xin Wo Gu). Routine 2. Tapping Teeth and Sounding Drums (Kou Chi Ming Gu). Routine 3. Shaking the Heavenly Column (Wei Han Tian Zhu). Routine 4. Hugging Kunlun (Zhang Bao Kun Lun). Routine 5. Rotating Winches (Yao Zhuan Lu Lu). Routine 6. Propping up the Sky and Pressing the Skull (Tuo Tian An Ding). Routine 7. Bending to Touch the Feet (Fu Shen Pan Zu). Routine 8. Massaging Jingmen on the Back (Bei Mo Jing Men). Routine 9. Caressing the Belly and Abdomen (Qian Fu Want Fu). Routine 10. Burning Navel Ring (Wen Xu Qi Lun). Routine 11. Rotating the Upper Body (Yao Shen Huang Hai). Routine 12. Rinsing the Mouth and Swallowing Saliva (Gu Shu Tun Jin). Closing Position. Appendix. Acupuncture Points.
This seated qigong sequence emphasises movements of the neck, shoulders, waist and legs
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