Professor Zhang Guangde of Beijing Sports University undertook a deep study of traditional Chinese medicines, in particular the methods of Daoyin and developed “Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong”. His method of medical Qigong has been officially recognised by the Ministry of Health in China and is used by hospitals and sanatoria there. Professor Hu Xiao Fei, Professor Zhang Guangde’s primary assistant, has distinguished himself in Daoyin and now also creates his own sequences.
“Taiji & Qigong warm up exercises” created by Professor Hu Xiaofei & Zhuang Yongchang
5 minutes basic Foundation Exercise for long life created by Professor Zhang Guangde
“Foundation Exercises” for Health created by Professor Zhang Guangde and Professor Hu Xiaofei summarises their decades of traditional Chinese health study and practice. It combines the wisdom of inner alchemy and the methods of Chinese medical science. These exercises lay good foundations for Qigong and Daoyin practice, improving the feelings of Qi in the body and promoting good health:
“Baduanjin” – “8 Brocades” Qigong created and performed by Professor Zhang Guangde:
aoyin Baojian Gong” for “General Health” created and demonstrated by Professor Zhang Guangde:
“12-Step Daoyin Health Preservation Exercises” are a new series of qigong exercises designed and compiled by Professor Zhang Guangde for the Chinese Health Qigong Association, demonstrated by Professor Hu Xiaofei:
“12-Step Daoyin Health Preservation Exercises” demonstrated by the Chinese Health Qigong Association:
“Strengthen the body to support the lungs”: This Daoyin sequence was created by Professor Hu Xiaofei from Beijing Sports University to help us all counteract pneumonia and respiratory problems during the Covid 19 outbreak. Demonstrated by Professor Hu Xiaofei with Peng Xiangji and Yang Shuai.
“Heart Set number 1” “Shuxin Pingxue Gong 1” – created and performed by Professor Zhang Guangde:
“Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong” – “6 exercises to nourish the blood and tonify Qi” created and demonstrated by Professor Zhang Guangde:
Daoyin Yangsheng Gong: “49 Dynamic Meridians Exercises”, created and demonstrated by Professor Zhang Guangde: