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We are starting Zoom classes to teach both Qigong and Chun Yuen Quan on Wednesday evenings at 6pm for 50 minutes.  Class will cost £5.00.  Please get in touch on the contact form if you wish to join and we can give you more details.  If you are new to the class, you may do three classes before becoming a member of the Tse Qigong Centre (https://www.tseqigongcentre.com) for an annual cost of £25.00 for single person membership


Why do we wash our face three times when we do Shou Gong

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-175/


Check out the UK Seminars with Master Michael Tse here

https://www.tseqigongcentre.com/seminars_uk.html


Warming Up

Before doing physical exercsie, it is important to warm up the tendons and muscles in preparation.  We have several warm up levels in our system.

Level I is simple and effective and is what we do before we do Qigong.

Level II is more physically demanding and if we are doing more dynamic exercises like Chun Yuen Quan this warm up is very effective.  Level II consists of various kicking exercises and movements to open the hips as the hip and legs are essential for flexibility and health

Level II Warm Up

    1. Wind and Fire Wheel
    1. Dry Weather Thunder
    1. Tornado
    1. Earth Dragon
    1. Firework Kick
    1. Iron Monkey Jumps into the Water
    1. Lily Leaf Kick
    1. Wooden Dummy Kick
    1. Swing Kick
    1. Blossom Kick
    1. Flying Swallow Kick
    1. Flying Swimming Dragon
    1. Child Worships Buddha
  1. Flying Wild Goose

Video of the warm-ups with Master Tse

Level 2 Warm Up


Qigong Dao Horse Stance

Part 1

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-70/

Part 2

YIN BODY and Chun Yuen Quan

Master Michael Tse says, “I know that society needs this kind of skill as it is easy to have a Yin body because of too much working on the computer or in the office. Even children spend more and more time indoors instead of playing outside doing more physical things.”

 “When we do not challenge ourselves enough, our bodies will only become weaker and weaker and then so does our immune system. It is easy for even a cold or flu to become something very serious. When our immune system and internal organs are healthy- when our external body is strong but flexible, then we can manage all kinds of situations, even serious illness. Chun Yuen Quan also lifts the spirit and will make you feel very good.”

Every week Sifu Michael Tse shares some of his knowledge of Qigong Skill and Tradtional Chinese Skill with us.  These are called Qigong Dao and below are some links to this fantastic resource

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 43  –  Don’t Let Things Affect Us

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-43/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 42  –  Can Qigong Be Good and Bad?

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-42/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 26   –   Huiyin Point

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-26/

Qigong Dao # 1   –   What Is Qi?

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-1/

Qigong Dao # 2   –   How Did We Discover Qi?

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-2/

Qigong Dao # 3   –   History of Qi

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-3/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 4   –   Feeling of Qi

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-4/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 5  –  Qi Affects Our Lives

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-5/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 6  –  Gong

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-6/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 7  –  A Little Recent History

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-7/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 8  –  Qigong Is Natural

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-8/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 9  –  Relaxation With The Shoulders and Knees

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-9/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 10  –  Weight

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-10/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 11  –  Relax The Muscles And Joints

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-11/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 12  –  Three Major Points In Posture

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-12/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 13   –   Move From The Dantian

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-13/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 14   –   Dantian

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-14/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 15   –  Qihai Point and the Dantian

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-15/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 16   –   Acupuncture Point Measurements

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-16/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 17   –   Normal and Reverse Breathing

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-17/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 18   –   Breathe Naturally

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-18/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 19   –   Breathe Through The Skin

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-19/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 20   –   Breathe Through The Nose

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-19-2/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 21   –   Acupuncture Points That Relate to the Dantian

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-21/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 22   –   Mingmen Point

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-22/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 23   –   Guan Yuan Point

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-23/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 24   –   Dai Mai Point

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-24/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 25   –   Shenshu Point

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-25/

Master Tse’s Qigong Dao # 26   –   Huiyin Point

http://www.londonqigong.net/qigong-dao/master-tses-qigong-dao-26/