Meiko Yuen Lee presents this guide to basic Qi Gong exercises designed to cultivate a healthy body and mind. Qi Gong has distinct origins in both China and Korea. Meiko Yuen Lee teaches a synthesis of the Chinese and Korean forms with an emphasis on making the discipline accessible to all.
By Grandmaster Meiko Yuen Lee
Pep up your body by easy to learn Qi-Gong exercises.
Qi-Gong are special healing exercises from China and Korea, which are about several thousand years old.
Qi-Gong is a part of traditional Chinese medicine, TCM and is based on the teachings of the 5 elements.
The translation for Qi-Gong (Chi-Kung) is "energy of life." The exercises will activate the energy flow in the meridians; your will recover the life energy which we have since we are born.
Qi-Gong will bring your body back into balance (Yin and Yan)
Qi-Gong will support the body´s own healing powers and it will strengthen your immune system.
Grandmaster Meiko Yuen Lee (multiple world champion for Asian Martial Arts) combined the Korean and the Chinese Qi-Gong (Chi-Kun). He has been teaching an easy and intelligible Qi-Gong for everybody for 20 years now.
Grandmaster Meiko Yuen Lee is a student of Grandmaster Dr. h.c. Lee Keun-Tae 10. DAN (Präsident of WMAF) and Grandmaster Jung Jin-Mong 9. DAN. They are both Korean and they are Grandmasters of WONCHUK Qi-Gong.
Grandmaster Shaolin Monk Shi Deyu 31.generation from China, Grandmaster of LOHAN Qi-Gong and Doctor for TCM in the monastery of China, province Henan, is a teacher of MEIKO YUEN LEE as well.
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