Daoyin Yangsheng Gong Shi Er Fa

Publisher : Singing Dragon

ISBN-13 : 9781848194175

Page : 152 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 175 voters

An easy-to-learn but very extremely effective 12-movement qigong form taken from over 50 routines of Daoyin health qigong developed by Professor Zhang Guangde. The book provides fully-illustrated instruction on the 12 movements for both standing and seated positions, and downloadable verbal instruction and demonstrations the form.

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