A Community Network for Bowes Park and Bounds Green
Time: October 22, 2011 from 10am to 3:45pm
Location: Ming-Ai (London) Institute
Street: 1 Cline Road, off Bounds Green Road, London N11 2LX
Website or Map: http://www.ming-ai.org.uk/ins…
Phone: 020 8361 7161
Event Type: chinese martial art, yi jin jing, frolics of five animals, chinese culture, workshop
Event Added By: Ming-Ai (London) Institute
Latest Activity: Oct 3, 2011
Yi Jin Jing is the limber “bone-pulling” movements which can stretch the tendons. In other words the muscles in all parts of the body and tendons, ligaments, and joint capsules at all joints are pulled to improve the ductility and strength of the muscles and tendons of the human body and improve the moving functions of the bonds, joints, and muscles. It is suitable for inexperience practitioners.
The "frolics of five animals" are a set of qigong exercises developed in the 2nd century, corresponding to the five yin and five yang internal organs in Chinese medicine. The five animals in the exercises as currently taught are the bear (kidney), tiger (lung), monkey (stomach), deer (liver), and crane (heart), respectively.
Conducted by Master Huang Ping. As a State Referee / Coach of the Yunnan Provincial Martial Arts Team of China, Master Huang was first introduced to the Chinese Martial Arts at the age of 8.
Cost: Please enquire.
To book this workshop, please download the enrolment form at http://www.ming-ai.org.uk/institute/courses/6674-workshops. Kindly send your completed form along with the payment to us by Wednesday 19 Oct 2011.
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