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The Ten Fundamental Treasures Qigong

Learn to differentiate between the physical and the energetic.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 3h 11m
Language: English
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The Ten Fundamental Treasures is another, ancient, Qigong that is little seen let alone practiced nowadays.  These treasures share, in name, a number of exercises that are in the Ba duan Jin (The Eight section brocade) and the exercises look similar.  However, the focus in the Ten Fundamental Treasures, the emphasis, is not the same.  I practice both of these sets and they are, internally, completely different.
This course is for intermediate to advanced practitioners and is not really suitable for beginners.  The emphasis, as with all Active Qigong, is on creating internal movement that has been stimulated, in part, by external (that is physical) movement.
Any physical raising, or lowering of the Wuiji stance should secondary.  It is the raising and lowering of the Qi that is important.

You will learn

✓ In this course you will learn all ten exercises.
✓ You will learn all of the levels and variations.
✓ You will learn the proper stances and why they are necessary.
✓ You will learn proper breathing and focus.


• Before taking part in this course you should already be experienced in Qigong. This course has some exercises that can be, physically, challenging so a reasonable level of leg strength and flexibility is required.
• By taking part in this course you agree to the terms and conditions. These can be found in the, preview enabled, Introduction lecture in Section 1 of the course.

This course is for

• This course if for intermediate and advanced Qigong practitioners who wish to expand their experience of Qigong.
Principal Instructor at San Bao
I have been practicing Qigong since 1985 and teaching, albeit starting at a very basic level, since 1989.  In 1996, after three and a half years of study with the Glasgow School of Shiatsu, I qualified as a Registered Shiatsu Practitioner.  My previous knowledge of Qigong really helped me with the Shiatsu and, equally, learning Traditional Chinese Medicine as part of the Shiatsu course served to increase my understanding of Qigong. In the late 1990s, it was my good fortune to have been, finally, accepted as an Inner Sanctum student by Master Joseph Bell ( a student and direct lineage descendant of Master Wang Jiu Mei).
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 3h 11m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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