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Daoyin Qigong Tong Jing Huo Luo (Happiness Qigong)

100,00

Daoyin Qigong
Tong Jing Huo Luo (Happiness Qigong)

Door Sifu Eleonora en Ruud Vercammen.

 

Zaterdag 2 februari 2019

10:00 – 15:30 uur

Kosten € 100

Liuhemen school – Lizzy Ansinghstraat 88 Amsterdam

LET OP! Workshop gaat door bij minimaal 5 deelnemers.

Happiness Qi Gong is short name we have given for a movement exercise also known as Tong Jing Huo Luo Daoyin Yangshenggong. Happiness Qi Gong is just a small part of what we know as Daoyin Yangshenggong.

For us the concept of happiness contains a lot. When your mind is quiet and peaceful, the function of organs is in tune. Then there is happiness peace and joy. When in balance one is free spiritually and creatively.

"Happiness and suffering can be divided into two main categories: mental

and physical. Of the two, it’s the mind that exerts the greatest influence over

  1. So long as we’re not ill or lacking basic necessities, and our body is

content, we virtually ignore it. The mind, however, registers everything that

happens to us, no matter how small. Therefore, we should focus our efforts

on bringing about mental peace."

Dalai Lama

What will you learn?

Six movements

We will use a short form consisting of 6 movements which harmonize one another. This is also known as the 5 minute exercise. You can do it sitting and you can do it standing.

Daoyin Yangshenggong

Dao means "to guide the breath or guide the internal energy”

Yin means “to stretch” or "to stretch the body".

What is Tong Jing Huo Luo Daoyin?

“Tong Jing Huo Luo” To open the channel and to circulate the energy within the meridians.

What is Daoyin Yangsheng Gong?

Yangsheng is to nourish life, promote good health and obtain longevity.

Yangsheng Theory

The Yangsheng Theory advocates movements which actively enhances the potential energy in our bodies keeping the functions of the internal organs healthy. We should

regulate our natural breathing into deep and long abdominal breathing and stretch our limbs to make them flexible, firm and strong. Ancient Chinese believe that guiding the breath creates harmony and stretching the body results in flexibility.

Healing Art

Daoyin Yangsheng Gong was created in the middle of the 1970’s. After 30 years of research, clinical trials and experiments Daoyin has proven to be an effective healing art. Observation, evaluation and in some cases diagnosis form the basis of Daoyin Yangsheng Gong's holistic approach to the human body.

Through a combination of both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine it tailors a program to each individual. Most exercises focus on stretching the body and control over ones breath. Daoyin Yansheng Gong is officially recognized by the Chinese government as an effective healing method.

Syndrome Differentiation

The key technique of Daoyin Yangsheng Gong is its syndrome differentiation. What makes Daoyin Yangsheng Gong unique is that it suits the exercise to the illness. In

general, Daoyin Yangsheng Gong has the following five characteristics:

  1. Specific as it combines exercise and medical treatment, and approaches exercise according to the patients' particular conditions;
  2. Philosophical as it combines traditional and modern medical theories and applies treatments after systematic diagnoses;
  3. Comprehensive as it combines the spiritual cultivation and body exercises while focusing more on cultivation;
  4. Integrative as it combines static and dynamic movements, and tones up the body, breathing and mind, to seek health preservation for both physique and spirit;
  5. Artistic as it combines spirit and art, with graceful movement, vivid language and elegant music.

State of Mind - the Three Hearts

The Dao Yin practitioner needs to have a specific state of mind. This state of mind is also referred to as the three Hearts. These refer to being pure, enthusiastic and patient in all you do.

  1. “Pure heart” the best way to learn is to remove every hint of conditioning, worry, doubt and suspicion. The practitioner needs to have a pure open willingness to practice with discipline
  2. “Enthusiastic heart” this is the engine needed to fuel the learning process. It enriches our lives and makes us more active and dynamic. It will also aid you in overcoming any obstacles life might toss your way.
  3. “Patient heart” is an essential yet often overlooked virtue. Patience is a crucial ingredient to any learning process and especially for the art of Dao Yin. One has to be patient with oneself and with others.