Wild Goose Qigong

During the ancient Jin Dynasty (265–420 C.E.), Daoist monks living high in the Kunlun Mountains developed a system of health and life-cultivation exercises, known today as Da Yan (Wild Goose) Qigong. The Daoists closely observed and followed the ways of nature and were inspired by the bar-headed geese or Da Yan (literally = ‘Great Goose’), which also inhabited the Kunlun Mountains.

The monks drew on the qualities, character and movements of these birds, devising a set of exercises. In time, the Kunlun Da Yan Qigong system grew to include over 70 different sets of exercises, both dynamic (Dong Gong) and still / meditative (Jing Gong).

Wild Goose Qigong ~ Da Yan

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Grand Master Chen Chuan Gang
– 1st 64 Movements Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong