Make a plan for the following routine:
1.Walk 20 minutes. First; walk at a moderate speed for 5 minutes, then fast for another 10 minutes, finally slowing it for the last 5 minutes. This kind of walking is intended to get your blood circulation moving.
- Do Cancer-healing Qi Gong (Module I, see below) for 10 to 15 minutes. This workout allows you to relax your whole body, strengthen your muscles, release tension, open the channels, and minimize aches and pain in your body. Stretching can be individualized according to your specific tightness or problems.
- Go through Eight Brocade Qi Gong (Module 2, see below). This particular Qi Gong enhances your immune system and increases your energy level. Alternate this exercise with the 16-step Tai chi form.
- Practice the Tai chi16-Steps (Module 3, see below) two times continuously (this will take about 12 minutes total). This form of Tai chi balances the internal organs and brings back the harmony between mind and body, which in turn improves the immune system and promotes healing. Alternate this exercise with the Eight Brocade Qi Gong (Part 2).
- Drink a glass of warm water after the exercise, which helps to cleanse the body.
This sequence of Qi Gong exercises not only helps to open your meridian system, but also helps to enhance your immune system, which is the key to fighting cancer and promotes healing.
Module 3: Tai Chi 16 Steps
Part I: Demonstration
Part II: Step-by-Step
Part III: Group Demonstration
This unique form of Tai Chi is designed for healing and disease prevention. It combines Chen style Tai Chi, Yang style Tai Chi, Qi Gong, martial art and meditation to make up a high quality practice. It is an excellent Tai Chi form for relief from stress, harmonizing body energy, improving immune function, improving daily energy level, and mental clarity. Immediate results are felt more often than with other forms and styles of Tai Chi.
Part 1 Demonstration: 11:52
Part 2 Step-by-Step: 42:25
Part 3 Group Demonstration: 10:13