Qigong Styles Taught

Styles of Qigong taught by Simon Blow.

There are many different styles of Qigong, I’ve have been told thousands. I have had the great opportunity to learn from Masters in Australia and in China, I have been trained and accredited by them and been given authority to share these techniques to contribute to the wellbeing of the human race.

Classes generally run for one and a half hours. Starting with a standing meditation regulating the posture, breath and mind, and followed by joint exercises, stretching and form work. All classes finish with a sitting meditation.

Simon Blow Qigong Teacher Training Prospectus

Ba Duan Jin Standing. The Eight Method Essence is an ancient dynamic set of movements that stimulates the flow of Qi through the organ meridian system. Gentle stretching movements help increase strength and flexibility of the body. Also known as the Eight Pieces of Brocade and Daoist Yoga. Featured in the book and DVD The Art of Life, available on this site

Taiji QigongCD_2_face Shibashi – The first set of eighteen gentle flowing movements, utilizing ancient Qigong movements and Tai Chi postures, harmonizing mind, body and breath. Originating from Master Lin at the Shanghai Qigong Research Institute. Featured in the book and DVD The Art of Life, available on this site

Guigen Qigong  Chinese Medical Qigong, Developed by Professor Xu Hongtao, a specialist Doctor from the Qigong and Tunia (Massage) Department, Xiyuan Hospital Beijing, China. Guigen translates to ‘returning to the source or root’ to the primordial energy from which everything emerges. There are six sections to the Guigen Qigong system which stimulate the different organ meridians of the body, Spleen, Lungs, Kidney, Liver and Heart which correspond to the five elements, Earth, Metal, Water, Wood and Fire. Featured in the book and DVD Restoring Natural Harmony, available on this site

Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong is a classical and historical Qigong cultivation practise originating from the Jin Dynasty about 1700 years ago. The movements represent the flight of Wild Geese; the foundation of this ancient Qigong system is the 1st and 2nd 64 movement sets. Simon Blow is a 29th Generation teacher and an initiated student of Grand Master Chen Chuan Gang the 28th linage holder. Featured in the book and DVD Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong 1st 64 and 2nd 64 available on this site.

The Six Healing Sounds Qigong (Ma Li-Tang lineage).  An ancient Qigong practise with a history of over two thousand years. With the use of sound, movement and intention stimulating the twelve organ meridians harmonising mind, body and spirit. New book and DVD available late 2017

Taiji Hunyuan Zhuang (Longevity) Qigong. A classic Daoist set of flowing movements strengthening the energy around the Heavenly Orbit and the extraordinary channels. Learnt directly from the Abbott of the Purple Cloud Monastery at Wudang Mountain. Featured in the book and DVD Absorbing the Essence available on this site.

Ba Duan Jin, Nurturing Life Qigong Sitting. A more advanced set of Daoist energy cultivation from Wudang Mountain. Done in a sitting position the eight different sections stimulate the entire meridian system. Taking us to a deep, still meditation. Featured in the book and DVD Absorbing the Essence available on this site.

Heavenly Orbit Qigong Meditation as known as the micro cosmic orbit is a classical Neigong practise using mind intention to stimulate the energy centres around the body and open all the meridians or energy channels of the body. The circulation of Qi (Chi) around the Heavenly Orbit is one of the foundations of Chinese Qigong. The energy rising up the back ‘Du’ channel harmonises (Yang) with the energy descending down the front ‘Ren’ (Yin) helping balance the energy of the body. Featured in the Audio CD available on this site

Five Elements Qigong Meditation is the perfect introduction to Qigong meditation or Neigong. Harmonising the Five Elements, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood with the corresponding organs of the body, Heart, Spleen, Lungs, Kidney and Liver which is one of the foundations of Chinese Qigong. Using mind intention and positive images guide the colours and spirit of the five elements to harmonise with your internal organs Featured in the Audio CD available on this site.

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