Juneau, AK, March 31, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Harness the power and healing of acupuncture, without needles. Feel Qi for yourself and use it. Jade Dragon Alaska's book Axe Hand; Hsing-i & Internal Strength Workout helps Martial Artists be more effective by using Qi and teaches beginners a strong foundation in Traditional Chinese Internal Martial Arts.
The moving Qigong sets have never published before, enable self-correction so mistakes are not practiced. There are many objective martial tests to test your progress.
Other books rarely mention the internal feelings and focus while doing sets, now they are detailed and numerous so everyone can benefit.
Qi development for internals are shown through meditations, rooting exercises, objective tests and self-adjustments. These range from ancient traditions to exercise in everyday life.
Instruction goes from the individual’s known, to their related unknown.
Five move Tai Chi form, and Xingyi (Hsing-i, Hsing Yi) Five Elements detailed with step by step photos, Twelve Animals steps written descriptions.
Classical Qigong such as Standing Pole (Embrace the Moon) are used as well as moving Qigong: "shifting the water" and "rising-expanding/sinking-contracting."
Wrist and forearm stretches eliminate tension and tightness that restrict Qi.
Xingyi San Ti Qigong: standing and moving sets for Qi and Fa Jing.
The Forearm Throw double set dynamic drill helps:
1) Adjusting the moving root of gravity for balance.
2) To use responsive blocking: enabling the same move for offense and defense, center of Qi as it moves through oneself and the center between two people (empty handed jousting, covers or dynamic striking-blocks).
These unique combinations of Tai Chi, Xingyi, Qigong, meditation and exercises; give the strongest foundation in the internals possible for every background.
Book is not only used as a reference, but a workout guide to be used for exercising.