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The 5 Taoist Yin Qigong is also known simply as the 5 Yin. There are actually six Yin meridians and these exercises work with, were designed to work with, all six. The Fire Element has two Yin meridians; the Heart Meridian and the Heart Governor. Each has its own exercise and you can, with practice, work on both simultaneously.
5 Taoist Yin Qigong
This course includes:
2 hours on-demand video
23 downloadable resources
Full lifetime access (covered by the Udemy lifetime access guarantee)
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of Completion
Discount price: £19.99 (Normally £39.99)
Purchase, using the link below, before 19/08/2021 and get one month free access to one of our online classes (Terms and Conditions).
Book here – Online Qigong: Five Taoist Yin
- No prior knowledge of Qigong required. This course is for all levels.
What Will I Learn?
- you will learn how to work with all the Yin meridians
- you will learn how to get the most benefit from these exercises
- you will learn variants for three of the exercises
The course contains
- Fire: Heart and Heart Governor – This exercise is done in three different ways, to do three different tasks, and you will learn all three.
- Earth: Spleen – You will learn two variants of this exercise, each working with the meridian but having slightly different uses.
- Metal: Lung – You will learn two variants of this exercise.
- Water: Kidney.
- Wood: Liver – Again, you will be taught two variants, each with slightly different qualities.
Reviews from the 5 Taoist Yin Qigong
- A great wealth of detail presented in a very clear way. Following the instructor as he carries out the exercise gives me a chance to experience the ‘Chi’ flow. Setting and quality of the recording (picture and sound) is excellent.”
- “I like the instructors openness with regard to his own experiences and his aims for the course. The lessons which he intends to impart will lead to a truer understanding of Chi.”
- “Very detailed and useful. I feel that this is authentic qigong with all the benefits that go with it.”
- “clearest Wuji stance definition I’ve ever received :)”
- “Excellent course and detailed instructions as to how to do the movements – in particular the Wuji stance is explained in detail and very thoroughly. This stance has such a lot of different and confusing explanations online and in Qigong/Tai Chi books.”
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