Slow Motion of Tai Chi Chuan

Tai Chi Chuan, literally meaning “Grand Ultimate Fist,” is one of the most sophisticated Chinese fighting arts. It is a masterpiece of neurophysiology as the brain connects with the fighting devices of the fingers and the toes for punches and kicks. The desire force of Yi毅(力) in the brain amplifies the energy cell of Qi氣in the fingers and toes fingers and toes through the channel “Spleen 21” that is animating into an action. The interrelationship of these invisible elements - the brain Yi developing the Qi in the fingers and toes to create the desired moves - is the result of the slow movements. It is the objective of martial artists to have the ability of quick central nervous system reacti

Baduanjin Qigong for Alleviating Musculoskeletal Pain and Improving Sleep Quality

http://www.americantaichi.net/TaiChiQigongForHealthArticle.asp?cID=2&sID=4&article=chi_201802_3&subject=Pain A group of researchers from several Chinese universities performed the first systematic review with meta-analyses of the existing studies that examined mindfulness-based Baduanjin exercise for its therapeutic effects for individuals with musculoskeletal pain or insomnia. Both English- and Chinese-language electronic databases were used to search relevant articles. We used a modified PEDro scale to evaluate risk of bias across studies selected. All eligible Random Clinical Trials (RCTS) were considered for meta-analysis. The standardized mean difference was calculated for the pooled ef

The Brain Activity from the Dynamic Health Qigong Techniques

http://www.americantaichi.net/TaiChiQigongForHealthArticle.asp?cID=2&sID=60&article=chi_201802_4&subject=Other%20Health%20Topics Health Qigong is a common technique of Traditional Chinese Medicine applied to strengthen mental and physical health. EEG is an electrophysiological monitoring method to record electrical activity of the brain. Several studies report increases in EEG theta and alpha activity after meditative Qigong techniques indicating a relaxed state of mind. To date, however, little is known on the effects of dynamic Health Qigong techniques that comprise bodily movements on brain activity. In the recent study published by Frontiers in psychology, University of Mainz in Germany

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