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Qigong for Women (Streaming)
by Daisy LeeLotus Rises From the Water – an empowering movement that releases stagnant Qi from all the joints, stretches the muscles, energizes the internal organs and brings in revitalized Qi for the whole body…a favorite amongst practitioners.
Code: S5611Duration: 38 min
The Lotus Rises is the women's qigong long form that is the third in a set from international Qigong teacher Daisy Lee's best-selling Radiant Lotus Women's Qigong series.
This is the next stage in women's self-cultivation with a 16-movement form that enhances beauty, longevity and grace by increasing energy flow and strength throughout the body. Fluid, elegant and empowering, the routine is used specifically for healing women's bodies, psyches and emotions. Shot in Valencia, Spain at the Museum of Science and Technology, it brings Qigong forward from its 5,000 year old history into the 21st century. Daisy teaches each movement as a stand-alone exercise:
- Vertical Alignment
- Lotus Rises Through the Water
- Making Waves in a Quiet Pond
- Merging with the Infinite
- Sweeping & Clearing the Dantiens
- Playing with the Wuji Ball
- Whirling the Wuji Wheel
- Nourishing the Breasts
- Rebirthing Creation Qi
- Circulating Essence
- Qi Facial
- Stimulating the 100 Channels
- Phoenix Rises Through the Ashes
- Merging the 3 Hearts
- Lotus Grows Through the Mud
The Lotus Rises form comprises an essential component of the Radiant Lotus Women's Qigong, Level II Instructor certification for women, and was created by Daisy after years of study with qigong masters in China, Tibet and the West who specialized in women’s health. Learn it to optimize your self-healing potential and take your health to the next level.
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