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Bagua Nei Gong

Bagua Nei Gong

Bagua walking exercises combines the benefits of walking, stretching and deep breathing or in this practice QiGong meditation. This also develops inner strength, flexibility and body control that can be employed in martial arts and other physical activities. Turning, twisting and rotating the muscles, fascia and energy meridians are stimulated by spiraling motions that engage the whole body. Deep abdominal breathing combines with the body alignments to connect the lower body to the waist and upper limbs so that the whole body can be engaged. The mind is quiet and observant while physically there is movement and rotation.
Li Zi Ming recognized the importance of walking by simply stating:
Hundreds of exercises are not as good as simply walking;
Walking is the master of hundreds of exercises