Shaolin Strength and Longevity Qi Gong is a very effective and enjoyable way to strengthen your muscles, nerves, fascia, and bones, as well as ensure you do not lose your muscle mass as you age.
Although most Qi Gong exercises look very relaxed and effortless, they can still improve your fitness because they activate, stretch, and tone almost every muscle and membrane in your body. If you think of your Qi and Meridians like electricity and the thickness of a wire, the more abundant your ‘wires’ are the stronger the Qi you can experience.
This is especially true if you are a Martial Artist or Healer. Your meridians are made of and do many things. The vaster amount of what your meridians physically become, and what limits their function, is your muscles, tendons, blood vessels, interstitial fibres and fluids, as well as your many layers of fascia. Lengthening and strengthening all of these tissues equally and simultaneously is one of the most efficient and effective forms of Qi Gong for the health of the structural aspects of all of your meridians.
Level Six Includes:
- The Muscle Tendon Change Theory and Principles (Yi Jin Jing)
- The Twelve Gestures of Wei Tuo (Yi Jin Jing Form)
- Shaolin Strength and Longevity Training
- Stone Lock (Shi Suo 石锁) Circuit Training
- Restore Your Core Qi Gong
- Daoist Heavy Hands Qi Gong
- Bone Marrow Washing Principles and Practices (Xi Sui Jing)
- Shaolin and Daoist Breathwork
- 49-Day Chan (Zen) Seated Practice.