Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong – The 1st 64 Movements – Ubud Bali 2016 – YouTube


Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong – The 1st 64 Movements – Ubud Bali 2016
Simon Blow Qigong http://www.simonblowqigong.com/

Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong is an ancient cultivation practise dating back to the Jin Dynasty about 1700 years ago. The 1st 64 movement set deals primary with the ‘post-natal body’ the movements represent the daily activities of the Goose as exercises its body in its local environment and gains essence from the food, water and air.

Simon Blow is an initiated student of the 28th lineage holder Grand Master Chen Guan Gang and 29th Generation of the Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N002cZtqKxM

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About Simon Blow Qigong

Since 1992 Simon has been working full-time with the Life Force energy to increase health and longevity and to help inspire people. He offers a range of classes, talks, workshops and retreats as well as leading study tours to China aimed at giving people the opportunity of cultivating their internal energies. From his vast experience Simon has become a notable author about the Chinese healing arts as well as a producer of DVDs and meditation CDs.
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