Qigong for Healthy Joints, Muscles and Tendons - Credits
Qigong for Healthy Joints, Muscles and Tendons
These two qigong practices are designed to keep you supple and strong. Our bodies need movement to stay healthy. Being active is vital for a healthy, vigorous life. Qigong allows your body to move with attention and grace without overstraining your physical wellbeing. It circulates the blood without taxing the lungs! The titles in this programme include:
Practice One: Joint Hydration for Arthritis Prevention and Relief
Practice Two: Yi Jing Jing (Muscle and Tendon Changing Classic)
These movements focus on healthy joints, muscles and tendons. You can do them together or separately. Mornings are recommended, but you can practice any time of day that suits you. Regular practice (ideally 2-3 times a week at the least) will hydrate your body, helping you feel less achy and stiff, while also increasing your overall flexibility, vigour, ease and strength. Enjoy!