Ming Chia Chi Kung

Li Family Ming Chia – The Bright Beautiful School of Thought Chi Kung of Monk Li Shih-Kaik  (1680)

Open Chi Kung:

  1. Heaven & Earth Accord
  2. Drinking Movement
  3. Heaven & Earth Accord
  4. Monk Adjusts Robe

Congruent with proper diaphragmatic breathing, the opening and closing chi kung techniques/movements are most particularly a type of chi kung which promote a healthful balance/homeostasis of the central nervous system

Section One: The Lotus Flower Blossoms Chi Kung

Congruent with proper diaphragmatic breathing, this technique most particularly promotes healthfulness of the lungs, heart, pericardium tissue, and liver (and consequently the yang meridian triple warmer) – inclusive of healthful bioelectric flow along their meridians…and prompt a deep sense of relaxation which abbreviates stress, anxiety, and scattered thinking or in prompting greater energy

Section Two: Seeing (Section) Chi Kung

Congruent with proper diaphragmatic breathing, this technique most particularly promotes healthfulness of the liver (and consequently the gall bladder) – inclusive of healthful bioelectric flow along its meridian…abbreviating anger/frustration, muscular tenseness, and liver fire or in the offering of willpower and warmth in the case of liver deficiency

Section Three: Parting the Veil Chi Kung

Congruent with proper diaphragmatic breathing, this technique most particularly promotes healthfulness of the liver, spleen, and kidneys (and consequently the yang organs of the gall bladder, stomach, and bladder), inclusive of healthful bioelectric flow along their meridians…assisting in the alleviation of anger, fear, and moodiness

Middle of Set: Abdominal Breathing Posture

Similar to Swaying Willow Chi Kung (except hands at abdomen), this posture particularly promotes relaxation, homeostasis, and learning to stoke the furnace of the tan tien, inclusive of learning to witness the rise and fall of the abdomen as a simple but important fundamental form of guided imagery

Section Four: Tiger Turning Ball Chi Kung (with Circling Palms)

Congruent with proper diaphragmatic breathing, this technique most particularly promotes healthfulness of all of the yin organs and their meridians (and consequently the yang organs and their meridians)…and gently stretches the upper and lower spine –  and enhances bioelectric (chi) awareness

Section Five: Reaching For Heaven and Earth Chi Kung (with Circling Palms)

Congruent with proper diaphragmatic breathing, this technique particularly promotes healthfulness of the spleen (and consequently the yang organ and meridian of the stomach), inclusive of bioelectric flow along its meridian…having a strengthening and soothing effect – stretching abdominal musculature and the whole spine and corresponding muscles

Section Six: Five Posture Chi Kung (with Circling Palms)

Congruent with proper diaphragmatic breathing, these postures particularly promote healthfulness of the lungs, heart, pericardium, and liver (and yang meridians of the large intestine, small intestine, triple warmer, and yang meridian and organ of the gall bladder)…enhancing body awareness, especially stretching the latissimus dorsi (which correspond to the spleen) – and prompting of homeostasis

Close Chi Kung

  1. Monk Adjusts Robe
  2. Heaven & Earth Accord
  3. Drinking Movement
  4. Heaven & Earth Accord
  5. Crossing Hands

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11 East State St.
Mason City, IA
50401
Tel: 641-423-2648
E-Mail: instructor@masoncitytaichi.com

Mason City Tai Chi~Chi Kung~Kung Fu & Wellness Center LLC