Tao Yin is a type of exercise and self-massage intended to revitalize a person’s internal energy, which is also referred to as ch’i.
The exercises are used to encourage flexibility and strength, rejuvenating a person’s muscles, ligaments, and joints and help release blocked energy within a person’s body. Great for relaxation and stress relief.
This will be a participatory seminar. Tao Yin practice will be done clothed – loose fitting clothes are suggested. Exercise is gentle, there are no restrictions, anyone can do it!
Attendance is strongly urged for all patients to help you restore and maintain your health!
Found in an ancient burial ground, Mawangdui; on a silk scroll, there was one of the oldest forms of medical exercise recorded. Tao Yin, which means guiding and stretching, is a form of gentle exercise. It resembles a blend of Qigong, Yoga, and Tai Chi. The practice is gentle and invigorating, with the focus on improving circulation, moving lymph, stress reduction, improving balance, and harmonizing the nervous system. This form of exercise is beneficial to everyone and is still taught in hospitals in China today.”