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Wu Qin Xi

Wu Qin Xi

five-animal qigong exercises

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Published by Singing Dragon in London, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Qi gong.,
  • Breathing exercises.,
  • Posture.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: Beijing, China : Foreign Languages Press, 2007.

    Other titlesFive-animal qigong exercises
    Statementcompiled by the Chinese Health Qigong Association.
    SeriesChinese health qigong
    ContributionsZhongguo jian shen qi gong xie hui., Singing Dragon.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA781.8 .W85 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination110 p. :
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23126471M
    ISBN 101848190077
    ISBN 109781848190078
    LC Control Number2008014396

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Health Qigong - Wu Qin Xi by Faye Li Yip Photography: Ronnie Robinson Brief History Wu Qin Xi (五禽戏) – The Five Animal Frolics can be regarded as the earliest form of Medical Qigong in Chinese history, dating back to Eastern Han Dynasty ().

The creation of Wu Qin Xi was attributed the famous Chinese Physician and Surgeon. The "Five Animal play" (五禽戲, Wu Qin Xi) are a set of qigong exercises developed during the Han dynasty ( BC – AD). Some claim the author of this Qi Gong sequence to be Hua Tuo, however Yang Jwing-Ming suggests it was the Taoist Master Jiun Chiam and Huatuo merely perfected its application and passed it onto gifted disciples including Wu Pu, Fan E, and Li y of origin: China.

The "Five Animal Play" (五禽戲, Wu Qin Xi) are a set of Qi Gong exercises developed during the Han dynasty ( BC - AD). Some claim the.

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After a period of time physical & mental health are improved. () pp.