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YOQI: Qigong Flow for a Happy Spleen and Stomach (Streaming)

by Marisa Cranfill

Connect to your center, get grounded, and support healthy digestion. Qigong Flow for a Happy Spleen & Stomach is a complete routine designed to purge and fortify the spleen, pancreas, and stomach. In TCM , the spleen, pancreas and stomach resonate with the earth element and our capacity to trust life. The spleen is an important organ and is often underrated. Not only does it play a role in our immune system, blood filtration, and digestion, but energetically, it is also the center of stability that supports mental clarity and confidence.

Code: S6991Duration: 107 min

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Connect to your center, get grounded, and support healthy digestion.

Qigong Flow for a Happy Spleen & Stomach is a complete routine designed to purge and fortify the spleen, pancreas, and stomach. In TCM , the spleen, pancreas and stomach resonate with the earth element and our capacity to trust life. The spleen is an important organ and is often underrated. Not only does it play a role in our immune system, blood filtration, and digestion, but energetically, it is also the center of stability that supports mental clarity and confidence.

A happy spleen is a stable spleen. Poor diet, excessive stress, worry, or neglect of the body can weaken the spleen and lead to numerous problems, such as digestive issues, fatigue, nausea, foggy head, body aches, and self-doubt. Qigong Flow for a Happy Spleen & Stomach uses specific qigong movements that cultivate centering and grounding. The flows focus on balancing yin and yang, connecting to the three forces (heaven, earth, and human), and using energy-ball techniques to fortify the lower dan tian energy center. Choose this routine to promote healthy digestion and grounding, transform worries, make decisions, clear the mind, and balance fatigue. Filmed in Joshua Tree National Park, California.

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