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Shaolin 18 Luo Hon Qigong

Grandmaster Lee Kam Wing

The Luo Hon Gung is one of the major branches of Shaolin Chi Gong and dates back to the Shaolin Temple of Henan Province.

 

It has been preserve within the Seven Star Praying Mantis style and is a unique method of training.

 

The eighteen sections will take the practitioner through various movements

 

The Luo Hon Gung is one of the major branches of Shaolin Chi Gong and dates back to the Shaolin Temple of Henan Province.

 

It has been preserve within the Seven Star Praying Mantis style and is a unique method of training.

 

The eighteen sections will take the practitioner through various movements, which benefit the Heart, Kidneys, Stomach, Lungs, Liver, Spleen, Bladder, etc. The stretching of tendons is also an integral part of Luo Hon Gung training. Body movements with controlled breathing and a concentrated mind help to produce a feeling of wellbeing, the great Master Chu Chi Man attributes his longevity to the practise of Luo Hon Gung.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Ba Duan Jin Qigong
Grandmaster Lee Kam Wing
 

 

It’s said that the Ba Duan Jin (The Eight Pieces of Brocade) was created by the famous General Yueh Fei in the 12th century. Yueh Fei is also attributed to have created Hsing-I, Eagle Claw and Ja Ba Shou.

 

 

The exercise was used as a way to strengthen the body and its vital functions it is now one of the most popular forms of Qigong in China along with Lou Hon Qigong (Buddha’s Disciples), Liu Zi Jue (Six Sounds), Yi Jin Jing (Sinew Change) and Wu Qin Xi (Five Animal Play) the five great classics of Qigong.