Chi Kung for Health and Vitality (Revised Edition)

 

Chi Kung for Health and Vitality

 

This clear, easy-to-follow guide, by the internationally acknowledged Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit, shows how we can all benefit from chi kung’s energy-cultivating techniques. The book encourages you to plan your own fitness programme around the unique exercise sequence, which will:

  • Enhance mind and body fitness.
  • Develop vitality for a healthy sex life.
  • Decrease stress.
  • Prevent and combat illness.

This is a fun and fulfilling form of exercise that is equally enjoyable for beginners and practitioners alike.

 

Chapter Preview:

Chapter 1: Treat Yourself to the Secrets of the Ancient Masters (An Introduction to Chi Kung)

Chapter 2: How to be Young and Healthy at Sixty (The Wonderful Benefits of Chi Kung)

Chapter 3: Enjoy the Poetry of Health and Vitality (Introduction to Dynamic Chi Kung Patterns)

Chapter 4: The Energy to Push Mountains and Carry the Moon (Continuation of Dynamic Chi Kung Patterns)

Chapter 5: Benefiting From the Art of Longevity (Conclusion of Dynamic Chi Kung Patterns)

Chapter 6: Would You Like to Maximize Results? (Useful Advice for Chi Kung Training)

Chapter 7: The Fascination of Energy Flowing in You (Benefits and Techniques of Self-Manifested Movement)

Chapter 8: Chi Kung Is Not Just a Gentle Dance (Important Aspects of Chi Kung)

Chapter 9: Take a Drink of Cosmic Energy (The Why and How of Abdominal Breathing)

Chapter 10: Tranquility of Joy and Inner Peace (An Introduction to Meditation)

Chapter 11: Don’t Worry Even If Things Go Wrong (Deviations and Remedies)

Chapter 12: Meet the Masters and Know Their Arts (Some Popular Types of Chi Kung Outside China)

Chapter 13: “Incurable” Diseases Can Be Cured (Chi Kung and Chinese Medicine)

Chapter 14: Say Goodbye to Stress (Chi Kung for Stress Management, Emotional and Stability)

Chapter 15: Energy and Stamina for Champions (Chi Kung for Sportsmen and Martial Artists)

Chapter 16: Reaching For the Remarkable and the Divine (Chi Kung to Enhance Mental Performance)

Chapter 17: To Each According to His needs (How to Plan Your Own Chi Kung Programme)

Chapter 18: Can You Please Tell Me Why? (Some Common Questions and Answers)

 

About the author:

Wong Kiew Kit, popularly known as Sifu Wong, is the fourth generation successor of Venerable Jiang Nan from the famous Shaolin Monastery in China and Grandmaster of Shaolin Wahnam Institute of Kungfu and Chi Kung. He received the “Chi Kung Master of the Year” Award during the Second World Congress on Chi Kung held in San Francisco in 1997. He has practiced and taught the Shaolin arts for more than 3 decades and has more than 60,000 students all over the world.

Since 1987, Sifu Wong has spent more time teaching Chi Kung than Kungfu, because he feels that while Kungfu serves as an interesting hobby, Chi Kung serves an urgent public need, particularly in overcoming degenerative and psychiatric illnesses.

Sifu Wong is one of the few masters who have generously introduced the once secretive Shaolin Chi Kung to the public, and has helped many people to obtain relief or overcome so-called “incurable” diseases like hypertension, asthma, rheumatism, arthritis, diabetes, migraine, gastritis, gall stones, kidney failure, depression, anxiety and even cancer.

He stresses the Shaolin philosophy of sharing goodness with all humanity, and is now dedicated to spreading the wonders and benefits of the Shaolin arts to people all over the world irrespective of race, culture and religion.

Sifu Wong is also an internationally acclaimed author of books on the Shaolin arts and Buddhism.

Books by Wong Kiew Kit:

Introduction to Shaolin Kungfu
The Art of Chi Kung
The Art of Shaolin Kung Fu
The Complete Book of Tai Chi Chuan
Chi Kung for Health and Vitality
The Complete Book of Zen
The Complete Book of Chinese Medicine
The Complete Book of Shaolin
Sukhavati: The Western Paradise
Master Answers Series: The Shaolin Arts

 

Book details:

Pages: 226

Chapters: 18

Publisher: Cosmos Internet Sdn Bhd

Language: English

Paperback/Hardback: Paperback

ISBN – 10: 983-40879-5-0

ISBN – 13: 978- 983-40879-5-1