To cultivate chi requires an action. In many cases there are circular motions involved, sometimes imagery, and may involve movement. Here is one exercise in cultivating chi to nourish your inner organs. This exercise involves circular movement and visualization.
(360 degrees Inspired by Lonny Jarrett) This video contains one technique for releasing downward. Afterwards use “Threading the Nine Holes in the Pearl” (found in the archive blogs on the peacefuldragonschool.com website) to open upward. Peace and love, Master Young (
Date: August 17, 6:30-8:30 PM Location: Peaceful Dragon School, 1945 Pauline Blvd., Suite B, Ann Arbor Cost: FREE! Event not to be missed – the history and impact of Tai Chi coming to the West. Professor Cheng Man Ching was Master Young’s teachers’ teacher. This evening she will be showing 3 films on the professor; his […]
Push Hands is a two person tai chi exercise. At the Tri-Alliance (Association of Women Martial Artists; National Women’s Martial Arts Federation; and Pacific Association of Women Martial Artists) Gathering (TAG) I taught a session on “The Power of Yielding Force.” It was well attended and received. __________________________________________________________________________ Too often I have had Push Hands experiences where […]
People flock to the internet… YouTube, Instagram, etc. to not only reinforce their practice, but often to accumulate more knowledge and sometimes even to add more to what they are practicing. Remember the art you practice is more often enhanced and impacted by the quality and depth of your practice. Peace, Master Young
A variety of uncomfortable symptoms of the head and face can be a result of neck tension. For instance non-debilitating headaches, tight forehead, squinting, clinching the jaw, etc. may be caused by tension in the neck. Of course if you have any concerns about your symptoms consult your primary care physician. Here is a video […]
Options for On-line Study with Master Wasentha Young Become a Web Member On-line classes and private sessions How Does it Work? Answering that question may require a conversation. Briefly, it depends on what we are working on together… will you be learning something new from Master Young, reviewing, or will it be a question/answer period of time. Will you […]
Both Tai Chi and Chi Kung are notably health “arts” that along the journey the practitioner learns how to observe the conversations among the body, mind, intrinsic energy, emotions, and spirit. What we strive is to learn the basic mechanics of each and watch for pivotal points where one aspect begins to dominate the perspective and conversation. It […]