Discover three anti-aging Qi Gong exercises for seniors. Learn what Qi Gong is and the philosophy of Qi Gong as it relates to aging.
Qi Gong is called “The art of preventing disease and prolonging life.”
Qi means energy. It’s your life-force energy.
When Qi flows through you, the natural result is health and longevity.
Qi Gong helps you increase the flow of Qi through your body.
Qi Gong is mindfulness in motion. Think of it as a moving meditation practice. The movements are down slowly, with intention and awareness.
In this video, you’ll learn a couple of Qi Gong exercises for seniors (or anyone, really) can use to promote longevity and reverse aging.
The first is called Spinal Cord breathing.
This exercise helps your body absorb more oxygen. It clears out stiffness, tightness, and tension in the back.
The second is a movement Lee Holden learned from a woman in China who was 106 years old… and taught ten classes a week.
It’s called “Swimming Dragon.”
This exercise helps massage the muscles in your upper back and neck, clearing tension and tightness. Do this exercise for a few minutes each day to cultivate resilience in your body and mind.
The final exercise is “Pulling Down the Heavens.”
This exercise pulls in energy from the natural world around you. You’ll feel waves of relaxing energy pouring through your body, from your head all the way to your feet.
After these three exercises, you should feel a lightness. You might feel a tingling sensation in your hands and fingers.
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