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I really liked the Taichi session! I thought it was even better than yoga.
If time permits, I would like to sign up for a proper course. It was good exercise :)
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- Princess Elizabeth Primary
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Wudang Taoist Ba Duan Jin Eight Pieces (of) Brocade
Ba Duan Jin, referred to most often as the Eight Pieces (of) Brocade, is a very famous and wide spread form of Qigong.

This traditional set is named as such in relationship to the quality of the qigong itself being soft and smooth like silk in the way the breath and movement should be coordinated.

The qigong itself is meant to open the channels through the body mainly through the twisting motions of the waist. This qigong, while not a combative qigong like some other "hard" qigong styles, is often used in combination to external martial arts as a balancing system.

Besides the opening sequence, the form has 8 sections. Each sections opens and stretches the body in a different posture.

The main focus of the Ba Duan Jin set is to develop ad straight and healthy spine. This is accomplished through soft coordinated twisting postures of the waist and trunk. While there are many different styles of the Eight Pieces Brocade from different lineages as it has adapted over the years, the roots of the practice stay the same.

Many translated archives have this system to be created sometime during the Song Dynasty. 800 years of medical prescriptions in China have been supplemented with Ba Duan Jin. It is a great soft style to facilitate rehabilitation as the movements are not as demanding as the Five Animal system. This makes it a great pattern to learn and practice at any level or age.

Wudang Taoist Ba Duan Jin Tutorial
      The Opening Move
  1. Shuang Shou Tuo Tian Li San Jiao
  2. Zuo You Kai Gong Si She Diao
  3. Tiao Li Pi Wei Xu Dan Ju
  4. Wu Lao Qi Shang Wang Hou Qiao
  5. Yao Tou Bai Wei Qu Xin Huo
  6. Bei Hou Qi Dian Bai Bing Xiao
  7. Zan Quan Nu Mu Zeng Li Qi
  8. Liang Shou Pan Zu Gu Shen Yao
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