There are a couple of acupuncture points which you should know when you practice Taijiquan and Qi Gong. The most important point (or rather energy field) is the Dantian. And I already talked about where is Dantian and the day I discovered my Dantian.
Now I want to talk about the Mingmen. This acupoint is located at the back. Continue reading
As a Taijiquan or Qi Gong student, you most likely heard your teacher say: place your hands over your Dantian. And then you place your hands over your belly, but you probably wonder: where is Dantian located? Where is it exactly? Continue reading
Once you start engaging more and more with Qi Gong and Taijiquan, you eventually will be confronted with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It’s all about Yin & Yang, the 5 elements, meridians etc. All that might sound a bit strange in the beginning, especially as there are so many foreign Chinese words. 😉 But it’s really not that hard to understand. There are a couple of really good TCM books.
Now, in summertime, you can see them again: naked feet! And I think, everyone should go to pedicure, especially if you practice Taijiquan.
You’ve probably already seen an Acupressure Ring* and wondered: is it trash? Or treasure?