Dayan Qigong - What will I learn in class When you come to class, you will see people at many different levels, some beginners, some seniors, as everyone learns individually following a syllabus from beginning, foundation movements to more advanced. Balancing Gong These movements form the basis of our learning, helping us to find the right posture, breathing and relaxation. Balancing Gong is good for circulation, flexibility and balance as well as helping arthritis, backache, joint problems and coordination. These movements are based upon the principles of the Dayan Qigong and were created by Master Tse to help beginners. Healthy Living Gong Parts I, II and III Healthy Living Gong is a set of exercises also created by Master Michael Tse, based upon all his years of Qigong and martial art experience. Each of the three sets of movements strengthen the body and increase vital energy, which we call Qi. Part I focuses on relaxation, Part II works on improving fitness and coordination and Part III cultivates power and physical strength. Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong Unlike the previous stand alone movements, Wild Goose Qigong is a series of connected movements which make up a form. There are two parts, the first 64 movements and the second 64 movements. The 1st 64 form works on post natal illnesses and can clear up old injuries as well. The 2nd 64 form works on prenatal illnesses, or weaknesses in the body with which we were born. In these forms, there are a variety of fluttering, shaking and jerking movements which rid the body of toxins. Meditation We need meditation to balance movement as movement is Yang and meditation is Yin. When we practise forms, we open our acupuncture points and channels, clearing blockages and releasing the negative Qi. This means our Qi can flow smoothly. Meditation allows us to gather and store the fresh Qi that we have gathered during our practice. As we reach higher levels, then meditation also helps to develop our wisdom and our Sky Eye potential so that we can sense more. Back