QIGONG OPENING AND CLOSING
Stand with both feet shoulder width apart. Tip of tongue touches upper palate very gently. Eyes open, “gazing far, seeing nothing.”Feet parallel, weight evenly distributed between left and right foot. • Let weight of body go through feet to floor. • Allow bones of body to bear the weight while muscles relax. • Each spinal vertebra supported by bone below it while supporting bone above it, allowing back, neck muscles to relax • Allow muscles of face to soften • Let fingers relax; open spaces between fingers
Gather self to self
Concentrate on laogong near center of palm.
Turn hands so palms face forward.
Scoop palms to forehead (upper dantien) by raising hands and arms, bending elbows.
Hands sink gradually down the midline, close to but not touching the body
fingers are spread; elbows are raised so fingers point toward each other (elbows are
As hands sink down, mind follows within.
From upper dantien, laogong descends past face to heart area (middle dantien)
Continuing down to the lower sentient (center of gravity around the area of the navel)
Pause at lower dantien
Let hands come the rest of the way down, around to the side & relax..
Bring feet together.
Pause for at least 10 seconds.
Resume regular activity.
Taught by Bob and his partner, Jeanne Courtney
Currently on hold due to COVID
First Sundays of Each Month
Foothills Sangha Center
Camp Nine Road (Off Parrott's Ferry)
El Cerrito - Advanced Teacher Training
Saturdays 2-5 pm
Prerequisite: completion of 1 year of First Set
Wen Wu School
10124 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito CA 94530
Contact: 510-524-1057 • wenwuschool.com
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Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
Program: Just This Moving
March 24 - 26, 2023
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