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DVD: Qigong for Longevity DVD: Beginner Exercises by Kao, Tao - Teacher of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

Qigong for Longevity

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Run Time: 50min

Number of discs: 1

Narration: English

Menus/Subtitles: English, Spanish

Region Encoding: All Regions

Code: D2092

ISBN: 978-1-59439-209-2

Release Date: May 1, 2011

Skill Level: Skill level 1 recomended Skill Level 2 Skill Level 3

List Price: $29.95

Get stronger as you grow older!

Learn twelve seated qigong exercises from Dr. Yang's teacher, Grandmaster Kao Tao (高濤), and keep yourself active and energized for many years to come. For centuries, Chinese qigong practitioners have used these qigong to heal the entire body, including specific exercises for the eyes, ears, brain, lungs, and more.

Premature aging symptoms often come from simple lack of use. Practicing along with this DVD, you will learn how to maintain your vitality, improve your health, and postpone some types of premature aging.

This program presents twelve seated qigong exercises that Chinese qigong practitioners have used for centuries.

  • Healing Sound Breathing
  • Strong Brain Qigong
  • Strong Ears Qigong
  • Strong Eyes Qigong
  • Strong Nose Qigong
  • Strong Teeth Qigong
  • Neck & Throat Qigong
  • Arm & Shoulder Qigong
  • Chest Acupressure Qigong
  • Abdomen Massage
  • Leg Qigong
  • Toe Qigong

The classical Six Healing Sounds are taught so you can cleanse your internal organs and nourish your entire body with fresh air and abundant qi (energy).

Stimulating your body properly can help you strengthen muscles, maintain mobility, stay fit, active, and energized, long into your senior years.

A daily qigong practice helps keep your immune system strong, raises up your spirit, and contributes to a life -positive outlook.

Qigong has been shown to benefit insomnia, depression, high blood pressure, asthma, fibromyalgia, arthritis, and some cancers.

Practicing along with Qigong for Longevity, just a half hour a day, you can stay energized and age gracefully. No prior experience necessary.

These twelve simple qigong exercises are the personal daily regimen of Grandmaster Kao, Tao. On this DVD, at eighty years old, he is vibrant, happy, and healthy.

NOTICE: Qigong for Longevity includes traditional exercises to stimulate the glands for hormone regulation. In the case of this video, this includes the testicles for men, and the ovaries for women. This technique is depicted in the least-offensive way possible.

English/Spanish subtitles can be accessed via your DVD remote control.

Kao, Tao

Grandmaster Kao Tao (高濤) was the first tai chi teacher of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming in Taiwan, starting in 1962. His tai chi lineage can be traced back through Yang, Cheng-Fu to Yang, Lu-chan.

5 stars 5 of 5 stars, S. Schmidt

The greatest benefit of this DVD is that Grandmaster Kao introduces age-old exercises that are done from a seated position, clearly illustrating the possibilities of introducing beneficial qigong concepts and exercises to those people that are physically restricted to other more rigorous forms of exercise. There is no reason that these twelve movements and six breathing techniques cannot be introduced into nursing care facilities across the globe. Grandmaster Kao's performance clearly illustrates the effectiveness of routine practice of these exercises. As a man in his eighties, his overall range of motion, mental clarity, and even sense of humor are atypical of many westerners in his age group.

Through Grandmaster Kao, Tao, YMAA Publications have given qigong and martial arts instructors a toolkit that can be (I even say, should be) used to reach and appeal to an age group that is often forgotten or not even considered for qigong training. It is not too late!

5 starsImprove and Maintain Your Health with This Simple Qigong Routine, NorthStar (Amazon reviewer) June, 2011
Qigong for Longevity - at 50 minutes in length - is a short, compact DVD program offering simple and easy qigong exercises that can be easily learned and practiced by almost anyone. The entire sequence takes about 30 minutes (depending on repetitions) and can easily be incorporated into one's schedule. It is suitable for practitioners of all levels, including seniors and those of us with limited mobility, flexibility and/or strength.

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