Ma Si Yang 馬司洋 Nikola Maricic won again Macau Health Qigong championships , this time with 4 gold medals , 2 individual in 5 animals exercises Wu Qin Xi and Tendon Muscle strengthening exercises Yi Jin Jing (details about these health forms are bellow)
in group 2 gold medals with 12 step Daoyin Health Preservation exercises Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong Shi Er Fa and Mawangdui Daoyin exercises Ma Wang Dui Dao Yin Shu
in april and may 2018 Coach and athlete Nikola Maricic achieved something that is rare , he won gold medals and became triple Macau Champion in 3 sports, now will represent Macau, China at World Championships , international Championships and Asian games
- Macau Health Qigong Champion , 4 gold medals on 6 th may 2018
- Macau Taijiquan Wushu Champion , 42 taijiquan form 23 to 27 april 2018
- Macau Taekwondo poomsae champion , Master division 14 and 15 april 2018
在本年四月及五月，身兼教練及運動員身份的馬司洋不但贏得數面金牌，而且在全澳三個項目中皆能奪標 (运动 : 健身氣功, 太極拳武術, 跆拳道 )，他將會代表澳門參加世界冠軍賽、國際冠軍賽及亞運。
澳門健身氣功冠軍 四面金牌 2018年5月6日
澳門太極拳武術冠軍 42式太極拳 2018年4月23至27日
澳門跆拳道poomsae冠軍 大師級別 2018年4月14至15日
第十屆全澳職工健身氣功交流展示比賽 一等獎6 5/2018 職工健身氣功交流展示比賽
超過220人參與 恭喜馬司洋 Nikola Maricic ，在今日的賽事中取得2面個人金牌(易筋經及五禽戲)，2面團體金牌(馬王堆及養生功十二法)的成績
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外國人教练澳門馬司洋 foreigner coach Nikola Maricic: #氣功 #太極拳 #跆拳道 teaching in #Macau, #China #中國 #qigong #taijiquan #taekwondo馬司洋 Nikola Maricic
Health Qigong has a series of Qigong exercises has been practised for thousands of years, which is accepted as international standard qigong for health.
The health Qigong is a health and fitness exercise which has been inherited from Chinese Traditional medicine from ancient China for thousands of years. Many forms are created by ancient herbalists through their knowledge of acupuncture meridians. Nowadays modern science researches have approved that it is one of the best alternative medicines, can help people not only relaxed, but healing. The series of health Qigong features extended, soft and regular movements displaying a graceful charm, and it puts focus on the turning and flexing of the spine, thus invigorating the limbs and internal organs. Practise health Qigong is simple, easy for everyone to practise. It has very impressive effects on the respiratory system, flexibility, balance and muscular strength.
Stress is the root causing all sorts of chronic diseases. Practising Qigong will help the practitioners to achieve the highest level of relaxation. Once you are relaxed your body functioning the best with its metabolism, includes: digestive system, cardiovascular system, lung system, hormone system, endocrine system and nervous system, therefore it can prevent and cure diseases.
Practitioner is required to keep his or her mind, body and spirit totally relaxed with a regulation of movements connecting with nature which includes, focus your mind, relaxed your body with natural regulation of frequency of nature breathing, once you have achieved to this status of serenity, you are building energy within, the power comes. Then you are enjoying the highest level of harmony balance in living. You are feeling the vibration of energy running through your body meridians like ripples running along the river. As the energy is cultivating and accumulating, it turns the wave in the sea, you are breathing with nature as one. It is energy self healing and balancing, you are hearing, sensing, feeling, tasting, blessing, touching by the Symphony power of the beauty of nature.
Qigong has been practiced for over 4000 years. Health Qigong 6 secret words (Liu Zijue) can be chased back from Herbalist Doctor Sun Simiao started in the 600 BC, “drinking chi, healing disease”. Health Qigong 5 animal, were created by very famous Doctor Hua Tuo from Dong Han Dynasty.
Health Qigong successfully help millions of people recover from their sickness through 100% nature healing.
The “Chi” energy acu-pressure therapy activates the body’s Acu-points and meridians to address the course of imbalances and clear the “blockages”. The effectiveness includes: stress & depression, posture correction, rehabilitation of backache, strokes, insomnia, anti-aging beauty & keep fit, diabetes, menopause, aches & pains, digestive disorders, high blood pressure, sleep problems, immune system.
The Six Healing Sounds breathing exercise (Liu Zi Jue) is a very old traditional exercise dating back to the Taoist Monks in 200 BC. Each sound is associated with a particular body organ and the vibrations made from that sound stimulate the organ’s function. Based on this, the practice of this exercise can assist in regulating the blood and Qi circulation to achieve a balance of Yin and Yang in the body.
This exercise is a simple yet powerful tool to promote energy levels, physical and emotional healing, and balance. Regular daily practice of the Six Healing Sounds will assist in management of chronic diseases, blood and Qi circulation, improving cardiovascular and respiratory function, and improving reaction times.
It is a very flexible exercise, as you can practice all six sounds in order or only practice specific sounds to treat specific conditions in the body
The healing sounds function in three major ways:
1. Using the throat and the oesophagus releases excessive heat from the organs.
2. The shaping of the mouth and tongue causes a resonance of the sounds which stimulates the internal movement of the organs.
3. Coordination of physical movement with the sounds enables a natural freedom in breathing.
Releasing excessive heat cools the organs, while the vibrations of the sounds stimulate their functions. Regaining spontaneous free breath instead of a restricted habit of breathing allows an increase of oxygen in the blood. The inter-relationship between the organs and the neural, endocrine, musculoskeletal and immune systems are the distinctive characteristic of Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) practice. The TCM principle of treating sickness has become widely accepted in the West.
The Six Healing Sounds for Stress Management
Performing the Six Healing Sounds has been the Taoist way of dealing with stress for over 2000 years.
In the modern world, just about everybody has to deal with some sort of stress. Health professionals have placed stress as an underlying factor in a wide range of diseases.
Clinical studies have proven that an increase of oxygen from correct breathing techniques has a major effect on reducing stress and anxiety and will improve the overall health of the person practicing breathing exercises.
Wu Qin Xi (五禽戏) – The Five Animal Frolics can be regarded as the earliest form of Medical Qigong in Chinese history, dating back to Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220).
The creation of Wu Qin Xi was attributed the famous Chinese Physician and Surgeon Hua Tuo (110-207) who had great skills as a surgeon, acupuncturist, herbalist and knowledge of human anatomy. He is also believed to be the first person in the world to have developed the use of anaesthesia.
Besides treating his patients when they were ill, Hua Tuo was also keen to recommend physical exercises for people as a method of rehabilitation, recovery, and most importantly for prevention. Wu Qin Xi is a set of Daoyin (deep stretching) and Tu Na (deep breathing) exercise imitates the actions of animals based on the habits of the tiger, deer, bear, monkey and bird. Although the profile and value of Wu Qin Xi remained high through the history of China and Chinese Hua Tuopopulation around the world, the lack of illustrated documents that survived the turbulence changes of China and indeed the world, means that many different version of Wu Qin Xi is inevitable.
Health Qigong Wu Qin Xi, one of Health Qigong series, is a new development with the support of Chinese Health Qigong Association to embody the essence of the traditional Wu Qin Xi with balanced physical approach and bring good health and well being for people living in the 21st century. It presents the scientific concept and the character of the modern time sufficiently, and accords with the traditional principles of regulating the body, breath and mind in Qigong. As a result, it fits the needs of people to promote their health.
Yi Jin Jing 易筋经 (Tendon-Muscle Strengthening Exercises) is a health and fitness exerciseDragon handed down from Ancient China. Health Qigong – Yi Jin Jing is part of the New Health Qigong Exercise Series compiled and published by the Chinese Health Qigong Association. Yi Jin Jing exercises are thought to have their origin in primitive shamanistic rituals. Health Qigong or “Chi massage” is part of Chinese medicine for self-energy healing. It is also called internal gongfu. It is simple to learn and suitable for people of all ages. It is the most popular of all the classic Chinese Qigong meditation exercises.
Regular practice can help promote physical and mental well-being, prevent illness, strengthen the body, help improve balance and coordination and even prolong life. Easy to study this fitness exercise.
Health Qigong-Mawangduidaoyishu was created by the China Sports General Administration and Health Qigong Management Centre C It was organized by the Shanghai Sports Institute to undertake the research tasks. The new exercises based on Changsha Mawangdui Han Dynasty’s “Guide Map”, is a guide that is intended to go hand in hand as with the main features of the line, the opening and closing around the limb and the flexing and extension rotation. It is simple and beautiful, Qigong exercises with sets of self-cultivation and cultivation, as well as it is as form of entertainment. It is easy to learn, safe and reliable. “Health Qigong-Mawangduidaoyishu” has the basic essentials and is a comprehensive introduction, to the fitness Qigong teaching material.
Ma Wang Dui DaoYin Shu is a healthpreserving method based on the silk scroll in the Western Han Dynasty(202B.C.202-8 A.D.) unearthed in Changsha, Hunan Province.
Health Qigong·Ma Wang Dui DaoYin Shu emphasizes coordinated mind and form, and the opening and closing, ascending and descending, twisting, and stretching of the body movements. During the process of dredging the meridians, regulating Qi and blood, and balancing Yin and Yang, it achieves the effect of strengthening the body and nourishing the heart.
Featuring slow, soft and gentle movements, this set of exercises provides easy and varied movements, most of which are rotating and stretching practices. It is suitable for different groups of practitioners.
Long-term exercise can improve mood and emotional states, remarkably enhance body shape, physical function and quality, and especially reduce fat.
Mawangdui Daoyin Exercises, with Pictures of Daoyin Exercises unearthed from the Mawangdui Tombs of the Han Dynasty (206 BC – AD 220) in Changsha, Hunan Province serving as the source for the exercises, was compiled by the Chinese Health Qigong Association. The movements are meant to be practiced using mental concentration focused along the meridians and incorporate rising and squatting, extending and withdrawing, bedning and stretching. These simple, heautiful movements are easy to learn, benefiting practitioners, both physically and spiritually. The book may servce as a reference for people who wish to practice the exercises to prevent disease and prolong life.
The Movements Include:
Drawing a Bow (Wan Gong)
Stretching the Back (Yin Bei)
Wild Duck Swimming (Fu Yu)
Dragon Flying (Long Deng)
Bird Spreading Its Wings (Niao Shen)
Stretching the Abdomen (Yin Fu)
Hawk Glaring (Chi Shi)
Stretching the Waist (Yin Yao)
Wild Goose Flying (Yan Fei)
Crane Dancing (He Wu)
Exhaling with Head Raised (Yang Hu)
Body Bending (Zhe Yin)
Daoyin Yangsheng Gong is a traditional health gymnastics, a method of daoyin created by Beijing Sport University. Health Qigong·Daoyin Yangsheng Gong 12 Methods, a selection of 12 movements from more than 50 sets of Daoyin regimen exercises, is a meridian Daoyin method to improve the function of Zang-fu(five solid organs and six hollow organs), and health care for both cure and prevention.
Health Qigong·Daoyin Yangsheng Gong 12 Methods, is not only filled with rich cultural connotations, but also simple and easyto-learn, and suitable for different groups of people.
Long-term practitioners can enhance cardio-pulmonary function, body shape, flexibility, balance, coordination, as well as their self-regulating capacity of the nervous system.
12-Step Daoyin Health Preservation Exercises is a new series of Qigong exercises that was designed and compiled by the Chinese Health Qigong Association. It consists of 12 steps of exercises from over 50 routines of Daoyin health qigong developed since 1974 by Zhang Guangde, a professor from the Beijing Sports University. Based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine concerning viscera and meridians, yin-yang and the Five elements, and qi and blood. This new set of qigong exercises combines Daoyin with healthcare, limb exercises and mental cultivation, being graceful in movements, easy-to-learn, suitable for all ages, and efective for keeping good health and prolonging life.
This Form consists of 12 exercises adapted from over 50 Dao Yin Health Qigong forms. Movements are graceful and easy to learn. It combination of meditation, leading chi go through body meridian with regulations of breathing. Daoyin Qigong is integrated breathing exercises through the practice, it regulates your whole body system includes:mind, lung, heart, internal organs and therefore to achieve the maximum of harmony balance in living. Daoyin qigong is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine as nature therapy for thousands of years. Practitioner simply enjoy your own body music of regulation of breath, feeling the chi flow through your body like wave in the sea, one after the other, therefore achieve the highest enjoyment of living.
The Movements, In both Standing and Sitting stance, Include:
Beginning of Heavan’s Creation (Qian Yuan Qi Yun)
Double Fish Hung on the Wall (Shuang Yu Xuan Ge)
Old Horse is Stabled (Lao Ji Fu Li)
Ji Chang Shoots a Louse (Ji Chang Guan Shi)
Bending the Body to Brush the Shoes (Gong Shen Dan XUe)
Rhinoceros Gazes at the Moon (Xi Niu Wang Yue)
Lotus Flower Appears Above the Water (fu Rong Chu Shui)
Golden Rooster Heralds the Dawn (Jin Ji Bao Xiao)
Wild Geese Land on the Beach (Ping Sha Luo Yan)
White Cran Flies High in the Clouds (Yun Duan Bai He)
Phoenix Salutes the People (Feng Huang Lai Yi)
Qi and Breath Return to the Origin (Qi Xi Gui Yuan)
with these 4 styles i won gold medal at Macau Health Qigong Championships , part of Chinese Health Qigong Association and International Health Qigong Federation
in those organisations i also won gold medals in Anhui, Hong Kong, Holland with Liu Zi Jue, Ba Duan Jin
Health Qigong·Shi Er Duan Jin inherits the essences of different schools of the original exercise and puts more emphasis on the movements of the neck, shoulders, waist, and legs. With focus on the whole body exercise, it provides disease-preventing, body-building, and life-prolonging effects.
Health Qigong·Shi Er Duan Jin, is characterized by coordinated mind and form, combined motion and respiration, alternated motion and stillness, simultaneous cultivation of form and spirit, and emphasis on stretching and massaging. It is an exercise suitable for people of different physical conditions.
Long-term exercise of it helps to enhance practitioners’ blood vessel flexibility, reduce the risk of elderly atherosclerosis, improve heart and lung function, and lower fat content, especially the heart function and the overall function of the cardiac nerve of the elderly.
Health Qigong·Da Wu, based on historical records, uses the ascending, descending, opening and closing of body movements with the conjunction of breathing and mind adjustments to regulate organs, dredge the meridians and nourish Qi and blood, thus achieving the purpose of rehabilitation and health preserving.
In the practice of Health Qigong·Da Wu, the spirit guides the dance postures, and the dance postures practices the shape. It is simple and graceful, smooth and flexible, coordinated with mind and Qi, and suitable for different groups of people.
Long-term exercise can enhance upper limb’s strength, flexibility, balance, and cardiovascular system’s function, improve the negative mood of anger and depression to enhance the sense of happiness.
Health Qigong·Tai Ji Yang Sheng Zhang is based on the ideas of “Taiji.” -unity of Yin and Yang·Having inherited the essence of traditional mace exercises, it is an exercise with apparatus-guided limb movements and the supporting respiration and mind regulations as the major approaches.
Health Qigong·Tai Ji Yang Sheng Zhang can be either practiced as a whole or divided into individual routines or combinations of multiple routines. The movements of the entire exercise are gentle, slow, wellbalanced between motion and quiescence, graceful, wellcoordinated with mind and Qi, and suitable for people of different physical conditions.
By long-term exercise, it can improve body flexibility and balance ability, the cardiovascular system, and the phychological state.
The 8 Brocades (Chinese: 八段錦, pinyin: Ba duan jin, pronunciation) are also called 8 Treasures or Eight pieces of Brocade.
The 8 Brocades are one of the most popular Qigong sets. They form part of the Chinese cultural heritage. The Baduanjin routine consist of 8 exercises, which coordinate body (movement), mind (imagination and focus) and breath.
The 8 treasures are promoted as having positive effects on health and general well-being as well as regulating and influencing specific body functions.
Due to a long historical development process, there is not one distinct set of 8 Brocades. The various versions existing today differ according to the specific tradition they form part of. Although there are also seated Brocades, the most known routine is the standing practice.
Compiled by the Chinese Health Qigong Association Liu Zi Jue, or Six Sounds Approach to Breathing Exercises, is a traditional health and fitness practice focused on control of the breath. Liu Zi Jue regulates and controls the rise and fall of Qi (vital energy) inside the body and related inhalation and exhalation through different mouth forms–six in all—to breathe and pronounce the “XU, HE, HU, SI, CHUI, and XI” exercises. As these exercises strengthen the liver, heart, spleen, lungs, kidneys and Sanjiao (the three portions of the body cavities housing the internal organs), respectively, Liu Zi Jue helps to balance the energy and the functions of the inner organs.