Tai Chi & Qigong for Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
This program is the first in a series on the prevention and treatment of the major health issues from the qigong perspective. Here, Master Cheung shares the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Daoist approach to hypertension (high blood pressure) but it will benefit those with low blood pressure as well. Basic theory and concepts are introduced to give you a better understanding of how and why this is so effective.
These ancient techniques are part of a holistic medical program which integrates mind, body, and breath; and regards health as our natural state. These methods are both preventive and therapeutic. Master Cheung explains why relaxation is key to all qigong forms and teaches a simple technique to relax the mind and body. With practice, you will learn to master Dan Tian Breathing and Three Lines Relaxation. These key practices will benefit all other qigong programs, and you will be able to use these tools to flush out negative emotions. According to TCM, hypertension is associated with a type of qi directly related to stress!
Other exercises fortify qi so it can travel deeper, improve circulation, open accupoints, and mitigate harmful elements. Since qi flows through a complex and interconnected system, practicing even one of these techniques will also positively affect the function of many organ systems, and benefit other health conditions.
You will learn:
- TCM and Daoist approaches to High Blood Pressure
- Basic Chinese medical theory and concepts
- How to modify specific techniques for those with low blood pressure
- How to master powerful qigong relaxation and breathing
- How to send qi to the extremities
- Which Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi movements benefit hypertension
- Accupoint meditation and massage
- Beneficial dietary guidelines
- How to control harmful elements and flush them out of your body
The TaiChi Qigong For High Blood Pressure Program includes (download version only):
- Instruction Manual with detailed explanations
- Video demonstrations of different practices
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