DanC

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  1. The Universal Form

    Amazing thanks for taking the time to reply in detail. I'll break the dvd out again and start playing around with it.. Cheers
  2. The Universal Form

    I just logged in yesterday after a while away and seen this reply, can't believe I made this post 13 years ago, time flys.. This has peaked my interest in the universal form again, would love to hear more about the benefits you received from practicing this set.. In the book he just calls it a form of exercise but doesn't refer to it as a qigong, he does state it can be applied as qigong but that is beyond the scope of that book.
  3. Damo 12 fist set???

    Here is a link with pics scroll down you will see pics and descriptions.. https://www.energygatesqigong.us/exercises-meditation/da-mos-yi-jin-jing-exercises.html
  4. I found this set in a book I have, the explanation isn't all that detailed, the set looks pretty static all done with clenched fists, it's part of the yi jin jing or a variation of that.. Is anyone familiar with it.. Ive seen it also under the name of sinew metamorphosis..
  5. thanks I'll check it out
  6. Hi, Just curious if anyone has any experience with Mark Cohen's "Inside Zhan Zhuang" DVD, how is his ZZ practice different to Lam Kam's, I love Lam Kam's simplicity in his books as its very user friendly.. What makes Mark Cohen's practice different, is his ZZ from a different lineage, different warm ups, postures etc etc.. Thanks Dan
  7. Qigong calisthenics

    Hahaha very cool, where I walk along the beach path I would end up walking into a cyclist or skateboarder..
  8. Qigong calisthenics

    Thanks for the suggestions, I actually just looked at a DVD I bought a while back "qigong recharge" and it's a mix of joint mobility and tai chi qigong, but will look into the other suggestions as well. thelerner, funny you mention breath holds, I'm getting into buteyko at the moment and practicing reduced breathing during my daily walks with good results.
  9. Qigong calisthenics

    Anyone know of a good book/DVD on qigong calisthenics , something that is easy to learn and is done for fairly high reps, simple qigong that doesn't require a lot of skill. Things like arms swinging , slapping, spine stretches etc etc
  10. Peter Ragnar weighted ball qigong

    I tried he said it's also unavailable , he has a new course now, but I've been told the older courses are the ones to get..
  11. Peter Ragnar weighted ball qigong

    Just bumping this again incase somebody missed it, I think the title of the book and DVD was "The Art and Science of Physical Invincibility"..
  12. Im trying to track down and old Peter Ragnar DVD or book which outlines his magnetic weight ball Qigong, in particular the Cranes Nest and Dragon Scooping Qi exercises.. Any help would be greatly appreciated.. Dan
  13. Yu Yong Nian book?

    Has anyone read Yu Yong Nians Ebook on Zhan Zhuang, if so is it suitable for a beginner, Im reading Lam Kam Chuen's books but I like to read a bit more detail on the inner workings of the practice I am doing..
  14. Book to learn chiqong ? Begginer

    Zhan Zhuang has not been mentioned, simple and yet very powerful, check out "The Way of Energy"..
  15. Zhan Zhuang questions

    I have another question, I do mindfulness meditation and some basic yoga stretches everyday, is it best done before or after Zhan Zhuang??