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Written by Master Dao on Tuesday, April 26, 2022

What is New for the 2022 Summer Term

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Summer Term Begins Monday, May 9, 2022.

Shaolin Medicine Large Intestine Illustration

This summer, we’ll continue to train and strengthen our body and mind. We will also learn how to apply ancient Shaolin Medicine wisdom in our Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Qigong classes to diagnose and improve the health of our large intestine.

The large intestine is one of the vital organs of our body. If your large intestine is not doing well, you can experience many symptoms such as bloating, severe pain in the belly area, nasal congestion, dehydration, and pain in the shoulders, hands, and teeth. On the other hand, understanding how your large intestine works, what the symptoms are, and how to take care of it, will help boost your vitality and make better lifestyle choices.

The Large Intestine belongs to the Metal Element and is about the quality of life, and requires stimulating your circulatory systems to efficiently expel waste. 

We must learn to listen to the large intestine and make better lifestyle choices to support a fruitful life.

 


Shaolin Kung Fu

Shaolin Kung Fu emphasizes core training and developing powerful muscles. 

We'll be increasing the intensity of our exercises to strengthen the muscles in the belly area which will support the functions of the large intestine.

Shaolin Tai Chi

Shaolin Tai Chi emphasizes breath with gentle movements to invigorate the body for health and vitality.

We'll be emphasizing movements and light sparring drills that enhances the circulatory systems involving the belly and the large intestine, and to support the digestive system.

Shaolin Qigong

Shaolin Qigong is largely about awareness of one's energy, and learning how to move the Breath Qi around the body.

In the Qigong Foundation class, will learn about the large intestine organ and how to stimulate it with various qigong exercises and the Baduanjin form.

In the Qigong Intermediate Forms class, we will investigate the Large Intestine Meridian.  We will learn to diagnose our tongue, pulse, and every acupressure point for advanced warning of problems, and to apply qi flow, massage, and other therapeutic techniques to support the large intestine. 

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