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Ba Duan Jin

18th June 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Ba Duan Jin with Acacia Therapies
Although the world-renowned Ba Duan Jin is well over a thousand years old, the new regulated form is one of the official Health Qigong forms. What this means is that it was revised and looked at by Qigong masters, medical professors and sports scientists and fine-tuned to give maximum and importantly measurable health benefits. There is a huge amount of information and medical articles as to how it has been used during the Covid 19 pandemic, this is mainly because of its positive impact on the cardiopulmonary function. Not only is this a set of exercises to promote longevity but it notably improves the immune system, the functions of the organs, as well as flexibility and tendon strength. It positively impacts mental wellbeing, sleep patterns and resting heart rate. Although you may come across many variations of these movements, I will be sharing the official Health Qigong form as laid out by the British Health Qigong Association and the Chinese Health Qigong Association, this will give you maximum health benefits from the movements and I do welcome your participation.


18th June 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Joining is simple. All you need to do is book a place and we will email you the links for each session that you need to click at the relevant time and date (you might need to check your spam and junk mail folder). All you need is access to the internet, a phone, laptop, tablet or computer with a camera and microphone (most laptops and phones have this built-in now)

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