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It consists of eight exercises performed with a stick (cane), which becomes an extension of the body.
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Detailed below are some of the Qigong styles and forms. Taiji Yang Sheng Zhang Ba Duan Jin (Eight Golden Treasure Brocade) Liu Zi Jue (Six Healing Sounds) Wu Qin Xi (Five Animal Exercises) Yi Jin Jing (Twelve Limbering Exercises) Shi Er Duan Jin (Twelve Golden Treasure Brocade) Shibashi Silk Reeling Qigong Tai Ji Yang Sheng Zhang Qigong was created by the Chinese Health Qigong Association to improve health, wellbeing and to promote longevity. It follows the principles of the fundamentals of Traditional Chinese Medicine by balancing yin and yang.
Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory, eight movements were created to focus on strengthening the bones and muscles, regulating respiration and Qi circulation while utilising Qigong control of the mind.
Each of the 8 movements is related to different internal organs such as the liver, stomach, spleen and heart, and may be practiced in whole or part to focus on the prevention and treatment of specific medical problems.
Movements are: Also known as Baduanjin (Eight Bolts of Silk), this is a kind of dynamic Qigong practice having the characteristics of both Qigong and health-strengthening exercises.