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Qigong for Health: Better Digestion MASTER YANG LIVE (Streaming)

by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming recently offered online qigong classes by popular demand for a small group of private students around the world. This video presents his latest teaching about qigong for the digestive system, now available to the wider public for the first time. This is the closest most people will get to meeting Master Yang in person.

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Qigong for Health: Better Digestion
MASTER YANG LIVE

Recently, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming offered online qigong classes by popular demand for a small group of private students around the world. This video presents his latest teaching about qigong for the digestive system, now available to the wider public for the first time. This is the closest most people will get to meeting Master Yang in person.

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A Deeper Conversation about Digestive Health

Modern science shows that qigong exercise is good medicine for maintaining health and longevity. In this candid and personal video, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming teaches us how qigong directly supports our digestive system and improves the functioning of our internal organs.

He begins with a review of the digestive system and organ functions from a Western medical perspective. We are then introduced to the human qi network and Five Elements Theory to understand how our organs are interrelated according to Eastern medicine. Finally, we are given a variety of simple qigong exercises that are especially effective for maintaining the health of our organs and digestive system.

With Dr. Yang's clear instruction, you will learn

• That illness often begins with the liver and kidneys
• How to manage the qi channels (meridians) of the organs
• The basics of Five Elements Theory
• Qigong exercises for maintaining the intestines, liver, kidneys, and spleen
• Healing qigong for illnesses, including acid reflux, constipation, diarrhea, and gout

Dr. Yang discusses the importance of mind-body exercises for maintaining strong digestive health, with insights about hernias, acid reflux, and Alzheimer’s. He presents this information along with effective qigong exercises you can use, all filtered through the lens of the latest science.

Chapters

Introduction
Body Structure
Upper & Lower Body
Digestion Summary
Qi Network
Causes of Digestive Problems
Q & A: Acid Reflux / Alzheimer’s
Prevention
Abdomen / Lower Back
About Mingmen (Life Door)
Exercises
Healing Sounds
Qigong Massage
Q & A: Conclusion

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