Ba Duan Jin, or Eight Treasures, is one of the four oldest and most famous Qigong Methods in China, dating back to the early 12th century where it evolved as a popular folk healing practice. Eight Treasures has eight routines. Each routine is a treasure in itself, designed to build strong bones, increase tendon flexibility, strengthen particular organ-energy systems, and heal the seven emotions – anger, over-excitement, worry, sadness, fear, anxiety, and depression. This method is very simple but powerful. It is an excellent method for starting or continuing your Qigong journey.
Six Steps for Projecting Qi can help you quickly release your negative energy, recharge your positive energy and develop qi to help others. Many of Master Liu He’s students who are therapists use Six Steps for Projecting Qi (the invisible needle method) when working with clients.
Projecting Qi is one of the most profound aspects of classical Chinese medicine. With projecting Qi therapy the practitioner manipulates the patient’s qi in order to bring about renewed health and wellbeing. Areas of the body that have insufficient Qi can be boosted allowing the body’s natural healing processes to be promoted. Qi emission therapy has been used for millennia in Asia to treat a wide variety of diseases and conditions.