The Sound of the Dragon Qigong Exercise MP4 VIdeos by Master Shen Wu
The videos Include the music tutorial content for Master Shen Wu’s many Musical Qigong Exercise in English:
- The Dragon Restoring Qi Exercises
- The Phoenix and the Rising Sun Exercises
- Converging Energy Exercises
- The Receptive Soul Exercises
- The Sleeping Wiseman Exercises
- Guan-Yin Aided Natural Adjustment Exercises
- Qigong Exercises for the Liver
- Qigong Exercises for the Heart
- Qigong Exercises for the Spleen
- Qigong Exercises for the Lungs
- Qigong Exercises for the Kidneys
- Qigong Exercises for Expelling the Bad Qi
Qigong is referred to as a joyful practice. Master Shen Wu hopes everyone could achieve “Joy of Life” through the practice of Qigong exercises that could help relieve the stress, fatigue, pain, detox the body and enhance the immune system.
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