Meihua Quan is a lesser-known Kung Fu style among most Western cultures but holds some of the most incredible health benefits martial arts has to offer. In this first volume of Health & Longevity, you’ll learn the wonderful medical effects it has when practiced correctly.
Written by Shifu Shi Yanjun, Dr. Andreea McCurry, and Dr. Jonathan M. Fields, this first volume is for anyone with an interest in Chinese Traditional Medicine and how Kung Fu can drastically improve the state of the body and mind.
From the Han Dynasty to the present day, Qigong finger exercises have been developed as a powerful self-practicing system to heal disease in the organs and the body as a whole plus enable an increase in brain utilization and cleverness by developing the use of both hemispheres of the brain.
This is accomplished as a result of the signals that are sent along the fourteen meridians and collaterals between the brain and the hands and the associations that the five organs have with each other.
Shifu Shi Yanjun will teach several exercises for computer users and people with arthritic problems. There are three sets of exercises for fingers and hands. The finger exercises are beneficial to people who have an interest to improve their mental skills, which will in turn lead to an improvement of one’s health.
In this guide, you will learn the long history of the Shaolin medicinal diet, and how it is still practiced today.
This volume also includes an introduction to the theories of the medicinal diet, Shaolin’s healthy eating regime, and diets for therapy and rehabilitation.
You’ll also receive traditional but accessible healthy medicinal recipes to try at home!
Wing Chun Quan, one of the central and southern martial arts systems, is famous in Guandong province, especially in Fujian. This martial arts system has a history of approximately 300 years. The roots of Wing Chun Quan come from the Shaolin Temple, being developed by the Buddhist nun Ng Mui, a Shaolin master. The nun developed this system taking into consideration the weakness of Shaolin Quan for female practitioners. Ng Mui’s first student was called Yin Wing Chun, from where the system’s name came.
Written by Shifu Shi Yanjun, Shifu Shi Yanpeng, and Dr. Rhea Du, this e-book is for anyone with an interest in discovering and understanding the science behind Wing Chun Quan style.