4 Steps to STAY Motivated and Consistent in Your Training and Your life

Im a big believer that : Motivation gets you to the door , self discipline drives you where you want to go. 

Whatever motivated you to start this journey (health issue, performance edge, partner, etc ) gets you to start, but what keeps you going is the practice of self discipline.

Adversity...

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How to breath during meditation and Qigong

One of the biggest struggles early on in my Qigong practice was the breath-work. It was very difficult to synchronize meditation, movement, and breathing all at the same time. In this blog I will teach you how I was able to put it altogether.

 

One mInd, one breath

In Chinese martial...

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Qigong Massage to Activate, Nourish, and Clear the Body

I tend to see stress, injury, and disease as accumulations or build ups in the body. These accumulations can happen either abruptly (acute) or over time (chronic ). 

A great way to go about addressing these accumulations  in your daily routine is through a meditation...

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QiGong Warm Up and Daily Mobility Routine

For a strong healthy body there needs to be a practice placed on the health of our joints, tendons, and our ability to use in controlled range of motion.

Through the education of one of my mentors, Chad Bailey, a martial art instructor here in Miami, I learned about a basic yet powerful...

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TUTORIAL Muscle Tendon Change Classic Qigong | Yi Jin Jing

The Muscle Tendon Change Classic, is one of my favorite qigong sets to perform daily to build strong and healthy muscles, tendons, and joints. Heres a tutorial you can use to learn all 12 forms. [ Watch video tutorial below]

Muscle Tendon Change Form 1-12

  1. Front Press
  2. Side Press
  3. ...
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Muscle Tendon Qigong (YI Jin Jing Classic)

After over 5 months of performing this variation of the Yi Jin Jing Classic Qi Gong, this is the final product. [ Watch full video below]

The Muscle Tendon Change was created by Dao Mao, an Indian buddhist monk, to help Shaolin buddhist priest develop good health. The priest's...

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