QiGong Spleen Exercises (2019) Part 1

QiGong Spleen Exercises (2019)

This video is a GREAT INTRODUCTION TO QIGONG. It is a SHORT QIGONG FLOW - that is a sequence of simple QiGong Exercises that focus on the SPLEEN. It is a part of a set of QiGong Exercises for the Spleen.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine the Spleen is heavily linked to our mental and emotional health and wellbeing, having both negative and positive emotions associated with it. The routine utilises two QiGong movements. Firstly one called 'Opening and Closing the Qi Ball' which we uperform to clear the mind, calm the breath, root and feel grounded and the second called 'Pivot and gaze through the Diamond' to cleanse, nourish and improve the speen and its functionality by cultivating, moving and working the Qi through the Spleen Meridian. The Spleen Meridian is linke dto the Earth Element and these QiGong Exercises are designed to work the Qi (or Life Force Energy) in and around our body so to release any energy blockages and thereby encouraging good health and wellbeing. The movements also work your major muscles in a gentle, low impact manner, get your body moving and help in developing that mind body connection to help you relax.

The video shows a warm up (2:52), then explains and practises each of the moves (7:09 = Open and Close the QiBall and 10:10 = Pivot and Gaze through the Diamond), combining them into a simple to follow QiGong Flow (13:26)

This set is great to practise on as a SHORT QIGONG FLOW or A DAILY QIGONG ROUTINE. It does include some movements that twist at the waist and shoulders. These are quite big moves and you should always perform them within your own comfort zone and limitations so please do listen to your own body.

Tai Chi and QiGong can deliver great benefits to your health and fitness, as well as both your mental and physical well being when practised on a regular basis.

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Always exercise within your own comfort zone and within your own range of motion by listening to your body. Stay relaxed and tension free at the joints so that you do not overstretch. Focus on calm breathing, deeper than you would normally if you can, and really develop the feeling of each movement. FEEL YOUR OWN FLOW.

Remember to take a rest and pause the video anytime you need to. Have a bottle of water near by, but not in the way, so that you can have a drink if you need to. Remember to enjoy your practise and have fun.

If you would like to develop your practise further then increase the number of repetitions of each movement, or repeat the flow sequence a few times through. Also, there is nothing better than a LIVE SESSION so search out an instructor nearby and try out a class.

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DISCLAIMER: Keeping active with regular Tai Chi, QiGong and Low Impact Exercise is beneficial to your health and well-being. The sessions here on the Freshfield Fitness Tai Chi PT channel are shared to provide inspiration, ideas, guidance and education. Before any exercise, always ensure your working area is free from obstacles or hazards and that there is enough space for you to move your upper and lower body. Please take appropriate precautions and consult a medical or health professional for advice prior to starting any exercise, especially if you are unsure if these sessions are suitable. Make sure that you feel fit and well before commencing every session.

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Added on February 7th, 2020
Last updated: May 13th, 2020