MaWangDui DaoYi Shu (Guiding Qi)

 Health Qigong, Mawangdui Daoyin Shu is one of the exercises created and compiled by Health Qigong Administration Center of General Administration of Sports of China. Shanghai University of Sport (SUS) undertook the research task thereof.

What is your benefit?

The design for its exercise movements focuses on the opening and closing, ascending and descending, rotating and revolving, bending and stretching of the body, its tendons, and bones. It is a set of exercise method with primitive simplicity and elegant postures designed to cultivate one’s internal and external wellness.

It features elegant movements, smooth link-up, simplicity for easy learning, safety and reliability, so it is applicable for learning and practice by different groups of people, and it has the functions of curing diseases, strengthening body, prolonging life for promising longevity.

The movements of Health Qigong, Mawangdui Daoyi Shu are adopted mainly from the Daoyin Tu and selected 17 movements. It's functional principle conforms to the traditional theories of Health Qigong; the design for its movements focuses on the opening and closing, ascending and descending, rotating and revolving, bending and stretching of the body, its tendons, and bones, which is in conformity with the law of sports; the breathing is required to be natural, qi is guided by postures, and qi running is led by ideation (guiding qi with ideation); the requirements for movement drill include: alternation of relaxation and contraction; comfortable, slow, smooth and flexible manner; coordination of movement and ideation; and unity of mind and body.

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The Movements Include - Functions and effects - Health Benefits

  1. Initial Stance - Health benefits. This prepares  practitioners physically and mentally for the exercises.

  2. Drawing a Bow (Wan Gong) Functions and effects - Expanding your chest, can help relieve chest tightness and asthma. Help prevent and relive pain in your neck and shoulders.

  3. Stretching the Back (Yin Bei) Functions and effects - Helps relax the shoulders and back. Accompanied by the shifting of eyes the practice of stretching both sides of the chest can stimulate the liver and gallbladder and help prevent and relieve eye pain.

  4. Wild Duck Swimming (Fu Yu) Functions and effects - Can to help prevent and relive pain in the shoulders and waist and lose waist fat and keep fit.

  5. Dragon Flying (Long Deng) Functions and effects - Arm extension can unblock the three visceral cavities, and help relieve chest tightness, obstruction of the circulation of qi and asthma.

  6. Bird Spreading Its Wings (Niao Shen) Functions and effects - Spinal exercise can help prevent and relieve pain in the waist and back, in the neck and shoulders.

  7. Stretching the Abdomen (Yin Fu) Functions and effects - Arm exercise can help prevent and relieve pain in your shoulders, elbows and hands. Accompanied by arm movement, the practice of hip swaying can stimulate internal organs and help prevent and relieve indigestion and abdominal distention.

  8. Hawk Glaring (Chi Shi) Functions and effects - The practice of stepping forward and leg lifting and extension can improve your balance and help prevent and relive leg pain.

  9. Stretching the Waist (Yin Yao) Functions and effects - The exercise of bending and turning the waist strengthens the muscles of the waist and back, and helps prevent and relive pain in the waist and lower back.

  10. Wild Goose Flying (Yan Fei) Functions and effects - The practice of inclining to the left and right can regulate the flow of qi and blood, helps you relax.

  11. Crane Dancing (He Wu) Functions and effects - Arm swinging and body twisting can improve the circulation of qi and blood. Helps prevent relieve pain in the neck, shoulders and waist.

  12. Exhaling with Head Raised (Yang Hu) Functions and effects - Stretching your arms backward, throwing the chest forward and exhaling can relieve asthma and chest stuffiness and helps prevent and relieve pain in the neck and shoulders.

  13. Body Bending (Zhe Yin) Functions and effects - Bending over can stimulate internal organs, helps prevent and relive pain in the spine.

  14. Ending Stance. Functions and effect - Guiding qi back to is to origin can help you attain mental tranquility.

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