Han Calisthenics Movement 3 - 漢導引第三式

Han Calisthenics Movement 3 is originated from China and is a kind of peaceful Chinese Qi Gong Exercise based upon the philosophy of Moralist and Chinese medicine.



Han Calisthenics Movement 3 - 漢導引第三式

Han Calisthenics 漢導引 Movement 3  also known as Head Turning ( Left ) - 漢導引第三式 飛雁回首─左右兩式Han Calisthenics 漢導引 Movement 3  also known as Head Turning (Left & Right) - 漢導引第三式 飛雁回首─左右兩式, this movement serves to loosen the shoulders and stretch the body and limbs for Qi activation.

Han Calisthenics Movement 3 - 漢導引第三式 Main Points:

Throw arms up and down sideway from below the naval to above the head in a semi-circular movement.

See steps described below. Repeat steps 3 through 6 slowly nine times.

Inhale when moving arms upward with a "Hung" sound and exhale on their way down with a "Ha" sound.



Han Calisthenics 漢導引 Movement 3  also known as Head Turning ( Right ) - 漢導引第三式 飛雁回首─左右兩式Han Calisthenics Movement 3 - 漢導引第三式 Method:

1: The feet remain in one line as in the previous movement.

2: Extend two arms horizontally, palms raised up.

3: Turn the head to the left and look at the middle joint of the middle finger. Count silently from one to, five and send Qi to it with the mind.

Han Calisthenics Movement 3 - 漢導引第三式 Note:

The purpose of the "Hung" sound is to vibrate the thorax. Use the "Ha" sound to expel all of the air from your lungs.


Disclaimer: The materials provided herewith are intended for reference by Han Calisthenics 漢導引 trained students. The author is not responsible, in any manner whatsoever, for any injury which may occur through following the descriptions while practicing Han Calisthenics 漢導引.