Wild Goose Qigong - UK

 Nurture your mind, body and spirit the Qigong way 

An Introduction to some of the Wild Goose Qigong system

Most people who have an awareness of Wild Goose Qigong are usually familiar with the "Wild Goose Qigong 1st 64" with its imagery of a wild goose playfully patting the water, drinking the water, looking for food and eventually sleeping on the nest.
However this is just a small part of a vast system of Qigong exercises, movements and meditations. Some of the exercises are very short and easy to learn whilst others are much longer routines. Here are some of the more popular ones. There are different levels in these forms, some are more advanced than others. 

Basic Forms

Wild Goose Qigong 1st 64 (Qian liushi si)
This is one of the most important and comprehensive Qigong in the entire system. The movements and postures naturally open up the 12 meridians. No matter how advance your level, this routine should be practised daily.

Wild Goose Qigong 2nd 64 (Hou liushi si)
This exercise develops both our upper and lower dantians. It trains our ability to take in fresh energy and to disperse the "sickly qi", We can detoxify and strengthen ourselves at the same time. It can also sharpen our mental clarity and boost the immune system.
Kunlun Twining Palms Bagua Qigong (kunlun chan shou bagua gong)
This exercise develops the ability to walk in circles, which helps to balance the yin and the yang within our body. It opens the Ren and the Du channels and nourishes the inner organs.

Patting Along Meridians Qigong (pai da jianshen gong)
In this routine we pat our hands along the Meridians in both the legs and the arms. 
8 Character  Waist Pulling Qigong  (ba zi ba yao gong)
This opens the upper and lower dantians. It also opens the lower spine and releases disease through the Yongchuan point.

Qigong for the Kidneys. (jian shen gong)
The Kidneys are considered to be the most important organ in TCM. They store the Jing. 

Intermediate Level 

Soft Palms Qigong (mian zhang)
This is considered a high level practise as it contains both soft and hard movements. It connects internal and external with spiral energy. it opens the meridians and makes the Laogong point stronger.  For detoxification, this form aids serious problems like HIV, cancer, etc. 
Tripod and Spiral Qigong (san cha luo xuan gong)
Practising this Qigong will give multiple health benefits which include, boosting one's immune system, improving cognitive functions and alleviating common aches and pains. This form is shown below with Mrs Xie Chunyin, Mr Chen Zhi (son of Grandmaster Chen) and Mrs Fu Lixin. 

Advanced Forms

Five Element Bagua Qigong, also known as Dayan Fist (wu xing Bagua gong)
Chest Opening Aromatic Qigong (kai xiong fang xiang gong)
Dayan Palm (dayan zhang)
Self Cultivating Qigong (kai fa gong)
Seven Stars Opening Points Qigong (qi xing kai sheng gong)
Five Elements Protecting Heart Gong (wu xing yang xin gong)
Soft Fist Qigong (mian chuan)

And there are more!
The system contains a total of 72 forms, some long, some short, some moving, some meditations. 
Some have not been made public yet!