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Qigong for Longevity (Streaming)

by Lee Holden

Based on 4,500 years of practice and refinement, the ancient Chinese medical practice of Qi Gong can help practitioners "Add not only years to your life, but life to your years." It is a simple, effective way to reduce and even reverse the effects of aging in just a few minutes a day.

Duration: 53 min

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Longevity has been a quest for humankind cross-culturally for centuries and no other culture has studied how to age gracefully more than the Ancient Chinese.

Based on 4,500 years of practice and refinement, the ancient Chinese medical practice of Qi Gong can help practitioners "Add not only years to your life, but life to your years." It is a simple, effective way to reduce and even reverse the effects of aging in just a few minutes a day.

In Qi Gong for Longevity, Master Teacher Lee Holden guides students through a simple Qi Gong routine anyone can use to age with grace. The routine uses gentle stretches, energetic activations, and easy-to-follow flowing movements.

Learn:
• To keep your Qi (life-force energy) circulating to create a healthy body that resists aging.

• Key pressure points to prolong a youthful appearance and bring blood flow to the face to nourish collagen.

• Flowing movements to keep the body relaxed, the mind at peace, and the heart open.

• How to create consistent anti-aging results with safe, natural, and traditional techniques (the more you practice, the more you'll feel confident and a greater sense of self-esteem).

Qigong Master Lee Holden studied with Master Mantak Chia, worked on staff with Deepak Chopra, and later attended Five Branches University in Santa Cruz earning a degree as doctor of Chinese medicine, and is now owner of the Santa Cruz Chi Institute.

Executive Producer: Lee Holden, Ben Cox
Director: Daniel Todd Villegas
Editor: Daniel Todd Villegas
Videography: Teresa Chu
DVD Authoring/Streaming: Ocean Silver
Music: Dean Evenson
Package Design: Axie Breen
Photos: Daniel Todd Villegas
©2020 Lee Holden

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