Dear Qigong friends, I am happy to announce that we are going to launch Yi Jin Jing Course again on Saturday February 2 2019.
What is YI JIN JING?
Yi Jin Jing is a powerful practice popularized by the fighting monks of the legendary Shaolin Temple. Originally, these monks slouched over religious texts and prayed for many hours. As a result of their sedentary lifestyle, they suffered from poor posture, backaches, tight shoulders, and neck pain.
The legend was that a famous wandering monk named Damo (Bodhidharma) developed the practice of Yi Jin Jing to transform the bookish monks into spiritual martial artists of the highest order.
At the highest levels of development, Yi Jin Jing transforms even the smallest framed individual into a mighty human being capable of incredible feats of strength and kindness.
The practice of Yi Jin Jing, unlike the kinds of exercises done at the gym that focus on developing muscles or cardio, focuses on infusing soft tissue, including ligaments, tendons, fascia, and even bone marrow with a specific kind of qi.
YI JIN JING – 14 Weeks of BodyMind Transformation
This course is divided into 14 weekly parts. Each week, we introduce a theme and focus on empowering one organ and the associated emotions for the given theme. The last teaching day will be on May 4th, 2019.
1. TEACHING DAY
I will introduce new teaching material on every Saturday of the week. The material is pre-recorded and varies from 30-50 mins, except the initial Saturday that is 80 mins.
2. PRACTICE DAYS
The days Sunday through Friday are the practice days, during which we drill the exercises taught on each Saturday. Each day takes about 30 mins of practice combined with movement, breathing and meditation. It is also pre-recorded.
During these 98 days, I’ll guide you day by day, week by week to awaken and empower all the different meridians and organs. All you’ll need to do is simply log in to the course website and that day’s practice will be right there for you to follow.
Throughout the span of the course, I will organize webinars to answer your questions related to the practice and share additional insights about the practice. Usually, they’ll be arranged on Sunday Morning, scheduled in Eastern Time.
4. MISSED A TEACHING DAY?
If you miss a teaching day, a practice day, or a webinar, or if you’d want to review the course, don’t worry, you can always catch up in the archive section of the site.
5. WHO CAN JOIN THE COURSE
Anyone can join! Some practitioners may already be in great shape and others less so. Whatever your condition, Yi Jin Jing will increase your vitality and balance your emotions. All can benefit.
6. WHAT HAPPENS AFTER 14 WEEKS
When the course finishes, you will be provided with a video of the complete practice. You can download it and follow me along all the 12 movements and Xi Breathing. You’ll be able to also download the audio of the full course if you ever need a review of the details in the future.
Registration Fee: $398
If you cancel by the end of February 17th, you’ll receive a full refund (less the processing fee of credit card company).
Yi Jin Jing Course Outline
Every week, through practicing specific Yi Jin Jing breathing techniques, you empower energy on one organ and its related energy is then channeled both physically and mentally throughout the body. If you could practice 20 – 30 minutes a day for 14 weeks, it is like you are giving your body a thorough cleansing of your whole system and you will upgrade everything from the inside out. Then, by the end of the course, you will have created the most radical transformation in your life. You will find yourself:
What would it take to feel like this every day? Doing Yi Jin Jing could be the answer if you view the details of what you will learn in this 14-week course:
Week 1: Getting Started – Learning the Powerful Breathing Meditation that is the Key to Living a Complete, Healthy Life
Learn the truth about breathing movements and how breathing can impact your entire body and overall health both inside and out. Get introduced to a powerful, ancient breathing meditation called Xi Breathing. The class will end with a powerful group healing.
Week 2: Balance Grief and Kindness
Learn Stretching the Tendons – Front Breathing Movement. Empower the lungs to improve your respiratory system, transforming grief into kindness.
Week 3: Balance Stagnation and Relief
Learn Stretching the Tendons – Side Breathing Movement. Empower the large intestine to improve your digestive system, transforming stagnation into relief.
Week 4: Balance Irritability and Satisfaction
Learn Stretching Tendon – Up Breathing Movement. Empower the stomach to improve your digestive system, transforming irritability into satisfaction.
Week 5: Balance Worry and Confidence
Learn Separating Heaven and Earth Breathing Movement. Empower the spleen and pancreas to improve your lymphatic system and endocrine system, transforming worry into confidence.
Week 6: Balance Frenzy and Joy
Learn Pulling the Bull’s Tail Breathing Movement. Empower the heart to improve your cardiovascular system, transforming frenzy into joy.
Week 7: Balance Uncertainty and Clarity
Learn Pushing the Mountain Breathing Movement. Empower the small intestine to improve your digestive system, transforming uncertainty into clarity.
Week 8: Balance Jealousy and Progress
Learn Drawing the Sword Breathing Movement. Empower the bladder to improve your excretory system, transforming jealousy into progress.
Week 9: Balance Fear and Caution
Learn Dynamic Horse Stance Breathing Movement. Empower the kidney to improve your excretory system, transforming fear into caution.
Week 10: Balance Defensiveness and Protection
Learn Twisting the Spine Breathing Movement. Empower the pericardium to improve your cardiovascular system, transforming defensiveness into protection.
Week 11: Balance Fragmentation and Cohesion
Learn Crouching Tiger Eyes the Prey Breathing Movement. Empowering San Jiao to improve your organ-energy system, transforming fragmentation into cohesion.
Week 12: Balance Timidity and Courage
Learn Striking the Heavenly Drum Breathing Movement. Empower the gall bladder to improve your digestive system, transforming timidity into courage.
Week 13: Balance Anger and Enthusiasm
Learn Wagging the Tail Breathing Movement. Empower the liver to improve your digestive system, transforming anger into enthusiasm.
Week 14: Transform Body, Mind, Emotion, and Spirituality into ONE
Learn to put all the breathing movement practices together and have an overall empowerment tune-up each time you practice Yi Jin Jing. This will let you continue to nourish your Qi and let the wisdom of the universe guide you forward.