Five Elements Qigong Collection
Within the realm of Chinese culture, the Five Elements form the essential foundation of everything. Called wu xing (五行) in Mandarin, the Five Elements are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. These are reflected in the five organs of traditional Chinese medicine, the Five Animals of Kung Fu, the pentatonic scale of Chinese music, and within almost every Qigong practices.
Now you can discover the mysteries of the Five Elements. This unique Five Elements Qigong Collection will show you how the Five Elements integrate into Qigong, and can fortify your practice. You'll learn Five Unique Approaches that combine the knowledge and wisdom of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, Kathy Yang, Lee Holden, Nick Loffree, Tevia Feng, and Xu Xiancai, all leading proponents of Qigong and the Five Elements. This gathering of esteemed experts brings their diverse perspectives on the essence of Five Element theory as applied to Qigong practice directly to you. Through understanding the root origins, as well as the universal relationships of the Five Elements, you can discover the true essence of Qigong which will guide you along the path to improved health, well-being and peace of mind.
FIVE UNIQUE APPROACHES TO FIVE ELEMENT QIGONG
This Five Element Qigong Collection brings together four individual programs of Qigong based on the Five Elements: Five Animals Qigong by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Kathy Yang, Five Elements Energy Balance by Lee Holden, Bioenergy Training by Nick Loffree, and Five Elements Qigong by Tevia Feng. By revealing these powerful self-cultivation methods, you will get a global understanding of the integral relationship of the Five Elements and how they can affect your health and wellness. Then you can choose which method you'd like to incorporate into your self-care practice - maybe you'll want to do all four.
And there's more. As an added bonus, just for trying this extraordinary bundle, you'll receive Principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine—The Essential Guide to Understanding the Human Body by Xu Xiancai absolutely FREE. This eBook explains how the Five Elements relates to traditional Chinese medicine and how they can guide you along your journey to a healthier life.
Five Elements Qigong by Tevia Feng
The Five Elements qigong animal forms work to heal, balance, and strengthen the internal organs and the meridians of the body. In this easy-to-follow step-by-step program, you’ll experience Dragon, Tiger, Leopard, Snake, and Crane qigong. The videos are complete with clear animations and multiple camera angles to help you excel in your home learning.
White Tiger qigong master instructor Tevia Feng leads you through each movement in detail, as Thanh Van demonstrates.
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) teacher Zoe Nash explains the purpose and health benefit of each qigong movement, with easy-to-understand TCM theory so you can use Five Elements qigong for improved health. Zoe completed a 3-year BSc in TCM and Acupuncture in 2006, trained in hospitals in China, and studied yoga and meditation in India and Asia.
Sports medicine expert Chris Kummer explains the amazing effect these qigong exercises have on your connective tissue, or fascia, so you can achieve better mobility, elasticity, and body awareness. Chris is a Naturopath and an experienced registered yoga teacher, specializing in the anatomy and physiology of movement.
Tevia Feng was a qigong student of Dr. Yang in the early 2000s and credits master Yang for putting him on a path of synthesizing qigong with modern sports therapy and medical research. He has studied with many masters in many lineages, is a member of the Tian Ji Dao Daoist sect, and founded the White Tiger Qigong Academy in 2010. Tevia Feng teaches around the world and resides in Asia.
Five Animals Qigong by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Kathy Yang
The Five Animals Qigong, are one of the most ancient and popular sets of medical qigong exercises. Also known as the Five Animal Frolics, this is one of the most venerated forms of Qigong, passed down for nearly 2,000 years. It is an effective, fun, and sometimes humorous way to energize the entire body. By imitating the movements and spirit of the Tiger, Deer, Bear, Monkey, and Bird, a practitioner can build their strength and longevity inside and out, and enjoy excellent health.
Learn the correspondence between the internal organs and five elements theory during an introductory discussion by Kathy K. Yang. Experience a private lesson with one of the world's foremost masters of qigong as Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming offers detailed instruction, starting with a brief stretching and warming up section followed by his personal demonstration of each exercise and the entire form.
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming (楊俊敏博士) started his qigong training at the age of fifteen under the Shaolin White Crane (Bai He) Master Cheng, Gin Gsao (曾金灶). In thirteen years of study (1961-1974) under Master Cheng, Dr. Yang became an expert in the White Crane style of qigong and martial arts, which includes both the use of bare hands and of various weapons. With the same master he also studied White Crane Chin Na, Tui Na and Dian Xue massages, and herbal treatment. At the age of sixteen, Dr. Yang began the study of Yang Taijiquan under Master Kao Tao (高濤). Dr. Yang's tai chi can be traced back to the Yang family through Master Kao's teacher Yue, Huanzhi (樂奐之), an indoor disciple of Yang, Chengfu (楊澄甫). After learning from Master Kao, Dr. Yang continued his study and research of Taijiquan and Kung Fu with Master Li, Mao Ching (李茂 清).
Five Elements Energy Balance by Lee Holden
The five elements represent the energy in nature and in you. Each element connects to an internal organ, a body system, and positive and negative emotions. Working with the elements demonstrates the integration between all things. Emotions affect the body, and the body affects the mind. This routine helps us to find balance and harmony from the inside out.
Lee will help you learn
• To harmonize your energy with nature
• To balance your qi circulation
• To control your energy and emotions
This routine opens the meridian lines, the rivers of energy that flow through your body and energize the internal organs. Enjoy the power and grace of this classic sequence of movements. Feel connected to your inner power, connected to your flow, relaxed into the present moment.
Lee Holden first discovered the power of Qi early at 10 years old from his parents’ meditation lessons. Lee studied a variety of different martial arts including Karate, Kung Fu, and Capoeira and had an early interest in Taoism, Qi Gong, and Chinese Medicine. After college, Lee set out on a path of self discovery by traveling to Asia, and was hired to write books for Qigong Master Mantak Chia in Northern Thailand. He also visited China, Japan, and Indonesia to study with a variety of other master teachers. Lee then opened his own Healing Arts clinic in CA and produced a series of educational Qi Gong videos published by American Public Television, making him a PBS favorite on TV stations throughout the U.S. and Canada, with viewers in over 50 million households. Lee has published an intensive series of videos with YMAA and is the founder of Holden Qigong.
Bioenergy Training 1 by Nick Loffree
Energize your life!
Nick Loffree leads you through a series of gentle moving exercises to help you experience ideal health by increasing energy and reducing stress. This practice is known to modern researchers as bioenergy training.
Learn how to manage your body's energy (qi, prana, manna) so you can meet the health demands of your environment with ease. Normal results include less stress, anxiety, depression, and irritability, increased libido, a clear mind, and a renewed zest for life! When stress is low, your body has the resources to generate and move more energy, resulting in better health, faster healing, and a more youthful appearance and metabolism.
With daily practice during your 60-day transformation, you’ll learn
• to move like an animal, reintegrating your mind with your primal body
• to become as strong and flexible as bamboo
• to breathe deeply and calm your nervous system
• to achieve the balance and stability of a ninja
• to build and move energy through your body like a Jedi
Filmed in five stunning locations across the American West (California coast, Red Rock Arizona, and the Rocky Mountains), each routine takes you through bioenergetic training, including breathwork, exercise, and meditative movements designed to maximize the energetic potential of the human body.
Session 1: Tiger | Detox Level 1
Session 2: Snake | Mobility Level 1
Session 3: Dragon | Flexibility Level 1
Session 4: Phoenix | Balance Level 1
Session 5: Bear | Strength Level 1
This program also includes the following bonus videos: What Is Bioenergy?, Basic Stances, Goal Setting for the Program, and Who Is Nick?
Bioenergy Training 2 by Nick Loffree
Maximize your energy!
During the intermediate level of your 60-day training with Nick Loffree, you will deepen your practice, get more exercise, and develop abundant energy. A relaxed state of being emerges and with it lower stress, anxiety, and depression; and higher clarity, healing, metabolism, and youthfulness.
With daily practice during your transformation, you will experience:
• animal movements to reintegrate your mind with your primal body
• strength and flexibility like bamboo
• deeper breath and a peaceful spirit
• steady mental and physical balance
• ample energy for every part of your life
Filmed in five stunning locations across the American West (California coast, Red Rock Arizona, and the Rocky Mountains), each routine takes you through a challenging bioenergetic movement practice, including breathwork, exercise, and meditative movements designed to maximize the energetic potential of your body:
Session 1: Tiger | Detox Level 2
Session 2: Snake | Mobility Level 2
Session 3: Dragon | Flexibility Level 2
Session 4: Phoenix | Balance Level 2
Session 5: Bear | Strength Level 2
This program also includes the following bonus video content: Going Deeper Into Energy and Structuring Your Training.
The purpose of this program is to help you experience the unity of your body and mind. We can’t train the body without affecting the mind. We can’t train the mind without affecting the body. The medium between the two we call “bioenergy.”
Nick Loffree is a bioenergetic health expert who came to his path through his own personal health challenge. After years of study under notable master teachers in qigong and healing arts, he successfully combined contemporary psychiatric methods with meditation, yoga, nutrition, Eastern medicine, biohacking, qigong, fitness, martial arts, and movement modalities to unlock the keys to health and healing within himself. Working with others, he began teaching his methods of bioenergetic healing in 2014. Nick has taught employees at Google and Apple, police and firefighters through Resiliency First, teenagers during outpatient services, and many others nationwide. Nick Loffree resides in Boise, Idaho.
Principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine—The Essential Guide to Understanding the Human Body by Xu Xiancai
Principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) will provide you with the principles of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases. This book is systematic, concise, practical and easy to read. Originally published in China, this re-edited edition is an excellent reference for those wishing to investigate specific ailments and treatments.
TCM is a unique, comprehensive, and scientific system, maintaining that the root of a disease must be found, and that a patient must be treated according to their whole being as well as their surrounding natural conditions. Viewing the human as a single, integrated entity that relates with nature, TCM maintains that the human body is affected by any changes that occur in nature, and must be treated as such.
Since its beginnings, not only has TCM been well preserved and documented but it has also been continuously developing and growing. Having remarkable curative abilities and few side effects, it is an effective means to prevent and treat diseases and to keep yourself strong and healthy.
You'll discover the principles of treatment and prevention of diseases, and study essentials such as Yin and Yang and the Five Elements Theory, as well as their use in clinical applications.
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- Five Animals Qigong by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Kathy Yang
- Five Elements Energy Balance by Lee Holden
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- Bioenergy Training 2 by Nick Loffree
- Five Elements Qigong by Tevia Feng
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About the Author(s)
Tevia Feng is the Master Instructor and founder of White Tiger Qigong. Born with chronic illness and suffering, he began practicing martial arts, qigong and meditation at the age of 7 to heal himself. Tevia Feng was a qigong student of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming in the early 2000s and credits master Yang for putting him on a path of synthesizing qigong with modern sports therapy and medical research.
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming (楊俊敏博士) started his Gongfu (Kung Fu) training at the age of fifteen under the Shaolin White Crane (Bai He) Master Cheng, Gin Gsao (曾金灶). In thirteen years of study (1961-1974) under Master Cheng, Dr. Yang became an expert in the White Crane style of Chinese martial arts, which includes both the use of bare hands and of various weapons such as saber, staff, spear, trident, two short rods, and many others. With the same master he also studied White Crane Qin Na … More »
Kathy K. Yang began training traditional Chinese martial arts, Taijiquan and Qigong at the age of six under the guidance of her father Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. As an active competitor, she has been awarded on several occasions the Grand Champion title in both internal and external Chinese martial arts from renowned U.S. tournaments such as U.S.A. Wushu Kungfu Federation (USAWKF) and A Taste of China U.S.A. All-Taijiquan Tournament. Kathy has taught at the New England School of Acupuncture at MCPHS … More »
Lee Holden is the Qigong Master featured regularly on public television across America for many years. Lee first discovered the power of Qi at an early age of 10 years old from his parents’ meditation lessons. Lee studied a variety of different martial arts including Karate, Kung Fu, and Capoeira and had an early interest in Taoism, Qi Gong, and Chinese Medicine. After college, Lee set out on a path of self discovery by traveling to Asia, and was hired to write books for Qigong Master Mantak … More »
Nick Loffree is a Bioenergetic Health expert who came to his path through trial and error after several head traumas and being diagnosed with psychosis in 2008. He combined the contemporary psychiatric approach with his own efforts in meditation, yoga, nutrition, eastern medicine, biohacking, qigong, and many forms of fitness, martial arts, and movement modalities to uncover the keys to health and healing in himself.
Xu Xiangcai, was born in 1943 in a small village on the banks of the Yellow River near the city of Jinan, the capital of Shandong province of China. During his childhood, he lived a poor life but had a very rich mind. Once he was asked what do he wanted to do when he grew up. "Something unusual!" was his answer. In 1963, he passed the state entrance examination to enter Shandong Teachers' University to learn English. Five years later, he graduated and began his career as an English teacher. By … More »