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YOQI: Qigong Flow for a Happy Heart (Streaming)

by Marisa Cranfill

Awaken your inner healer, promote healthy blood circulation, and open your heart! Qigong Flow for a Happy Heart is a complete routine designed to purify, nourish, and balance the heart and small-intestine meridians. In traditional Chinese medicine, the heart and small intestine resonate with the fire element and the virtue of eternal happiness. The heart is a miraculous organ. It contracts and relaxes constantly, one hundred thousand times per day, at a precise rhythm to sustain our life. Energetically, the heart is the home of our spirit, called "shen" in Chinese. Its state of balance allows us to connect meaningfully to the world and follow our most accurate inner guidance.

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Awaken your inner healer, promote healthy blood circulation, and open your heart!

Qigong Flow for a Happy Heart is a complete routine designed to purify, nourish, and balance the heart and small-intestine meridians. In traditional Chinese medicine, the heart and small intestine resonate with the fire element and the virtue of eternal happiness. The heart is a miraculous organ. It contracts and relaxes constantly, one hundred thousand times per day, at a precise rhythm to sustain our life. Energetically, the heart is the home of our spirit, called "shen" in Chinese. Its state of balance allows us to connect meaningfully to the world and follow our most accurate inner guidance.

A happy heart is a calm heart, and it expresses itself through laughter, enjoyment, and love. This routine begins with stretch and flow movements that open the heart and ignite the fire element to detoxify negative emotions and excess heat, and to activate your internal love engine. This is followed by Qigong Flow movements that focus on cultivating internal alchemy by uniting fire and water—ultimately invoking your sense of compassion and wisdom. Choose this routine to promote healthy blood circulation, connection, love, healing energy, and patience. It can help if you feel anxious, rejected, depressed, unfulfilled, or burned out. Filmed at the ancient Buddhist temple ruins in Ayutthaya, Thailand.

Marisa Cranfill is the founder of YOQI yoga+qigong. She has been practicing meditation, qigong, yoga and breathing techniques since 1999. Her purpose in life is to live fully awakened in every moment and her aim is to transmit the safe and powerful techniques she has learned from Chinese masters, Buddhist monks, nuns and Thai shamans, for everyone's benefit. Marisa’s greatest joy is to help people cultivate their life force energy to live long, healthy, and radiant lives. She is popularly known for her extensive YOQI library offering beautiful follow-along routines that are accessible to all ages.

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