Book: 6 Healing Movements by Gin-Foon Mark
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6 Healing Movements—Qigong for Health, Strength & Longevity
A Qigong Book for Everyone!
Everywhere you look now, you see people taking care of themselves. But some are looking beyond the usual fitness regime, they want to take care of more than just their bodies they want total well-being. Many are looking to the Eastern disciplines: Yoga, Tai Chi, and Qigong. Qigong is an ancient and clinically proven mind/body fitness system for preventing and curing all manners of illnesses as well as enhancing mind and spirit.
But it does not have to be a mysterious and complicated program. It can be as easy as breathing and moving ...and fun! Find out with Six Healing Movements.
Providing a brief introduction to the history and meaning of Qigong, Six Healing Movement presents the exercises (and sounds to make) in easily understood segments, giving English phonetic pronunciation for each sound, and clear sets of sequenced photos for you to follow. No matter your age, gender, or physical condition, you can practice this easy-to-learn and fun-to-do holistic program. With regular practice, you’ll feel positive results in as little as two weeks!
- Easy to learn and easy to practice
- Reap immense health benefits, relaxation and peace of mind
- For all ages and levels of fitness, men and women
- Step-by-step photos and easy-to-follow instructions
- The ideal guide for beginners and intermediate practitioners
Gin Foon Mark was born in 1927 in Toison, China, a small village near Canton (Guandong). At the age of five he began his studies in the art of Gongfu, under the supervision of his uncle Kong Boon Fu, a 4th generation master of White Crane Gongfu. His grandfather, who was also a master, tutored him in their family style known as Mok Gar (Mark Style) Gongfu.
Introduction for Qigong Beginners Using a Medical Style, Adrian S. (Amazon reviewer) May, 2006
…All in all, this is a good book - it's practical and has a lot of pictures - but doesn't go too deep in explaining the theory behind, which is probably a good thing for beginners