Total Series Time: 76 minutes
This program includes both a standing routine as well as a sitting routine which is suitable to practice in the office. These routines draw upon traditional Daoist Qigong practices to create a comprehensive program that addresses several health issues common to modern living. With consistent practice, these routines help to make the body stronger and more flexible, and boost the immune system. This series begins with a discussion of the basic theory and history of Qigong, followed by detailed explanations of each exercise to make both the individual movements and entire routine easy to learn. Each sequence is then presented in a follow along set to guide viewers in practicing the entire routine.
Total Series Time: 31 minutes
During spring, the world’s Yang energy increases. It is a time of rebirth and growth. Humans experience the same energetic changes. These spring qigong practices awaken our own body after winter and welcome in the fresh spring energy.
Total Series Time: 30 minutes
Summer is the most Yang of the seasons. During the summer, the days are long and full of sunshine. Summer is ruled by the element fire. The organ associated with fire is the heart. The heart controls consciousness and sleep. The summer qigong practice was designed to tonify the heart, and help your Yang Qi flower open and circulate throughout your body.
Total Series Time: 52 minutes
Fall is a time of transition when the hot Yang energy of summer gives way to the cool Yin energy of winter. The days are shorter, the leaves fall from the trees, and we say goodbye to the long, beautiful days of summer. It is the time to take the Yang energy of summer and store it away so that it is preserved on the inside. This Qi Gong was designed to help the body smoothly move through the shift from Yang to Yin.
Total Series Time: 1 hour 11 minutes
During the three Winter months, Yin is dominant over Yang. The days are shorter and colder. All living things slow down. It is important to conserve energy and build strength. The organs associated with winter are the kidneys and bladder. Chinese medicine views the kidneys as the storehouse of energy that sends warmth and energy to every cell in the body. The winter qigong practices were designed to support the kidneys, keeping you strong and healthy through the cold winter months.
Total Series Time: 37 minutes
This series contains high-quality demonstrations of the Wudang Tai Chi 28 movement form. The lessons in the series show a comprehensive warm up, a stretching session, the essential stances, a front view of the form, and the form in slow motion. Whether you are practicing tai chi for its health benefits or as a kind of moving meditation, tai chi will develop your balance and rooting, increase your vitality and longevity, and can help you to prevent and heal injuries and illness.
For instruction on this form, check out our "Tai Chi 28 Series (Instruction)" series of videos.
Total Series Time: 175 minutes
This series teaches the Wudang 28 movement tai chi form. Every lesson is taught like a full face-to-face a tai chi class, containing a warm-up, standing meditation, and movements from the 28 movement form. The final video in the series shows Xuan Yun performing the form in real time, so you can press play and follow along. Whether you are practicing tai chi for its health benefits or as a kind of moving meditation, tai chi will develop your balance and rooting, increase your vitality and longevity, and can help you to prevent and heal injuries and illness.
For a high-quality demonstration on this form, check out our "Tai Chi 28 Series (demonstration)" series of videos.
Total Series Time: 2 hours 19 minutes
Xing Yi Quan (Form and Intention Fist) is the oldest internal martial art, and is the most no-nonsense.
Xingyi practice will teach you:
- Economy of motion - direct attacks with no unnecessary movements
- Attack while defending - a block is a strike and a strike is a block
This class will begin with zhan zhuang strength training and footwork drills. Next students will learn the five element striking methods: chopping, drilling, crushing, exploding, and crossing.
The five basic movements of Xingyi are simple and easy to learn. But, the movements can be combined in hundreds of ways, with endless martial applications, making xingyi training suitable for beginners and masters alike.
Come and learn the ancient secrets of the Chinese Xingyi masters!
Total Series Time: 225 minutes
In this series, Zhou Xuan Yun and his students Rick Johanson and Henry Lee discuss important topics in martial arts, wellness, and spirituality. This video series is available here on YouTube for free. Please consider watching here to support our work.