Yangsheng fa

Ba duan jin 八段锦 bāduànjīn
 

Huit pièces de brocart; exercices des huit trésors
 (pa tuan chin, pal dan gum, pa tuan tsin, ba duan gin)


Un brocart est une étoffe de soie rehaussée de dessins brochés d’or et d’argent. En tant que vêtement le brocart était un manteau long richement brodé et porté uniquement par les mandarins de haut rang. Le manteau long est aussi un symbole de bonne santé. Ce qui explique le choix de ce terme par le général Yue Fei au XIIe siècle après J-C pour désigner les exercices créés pour améliorer la santé de ses soldats.

1、两手托天理三焦 shuāngshǒu tuō tiānlǐ sānjiāo
2、左右开弓似射雕 zuǒyòukāigōng sì shè diāo
3、调理脾胃须单举 tiáoli píwèi xū dān jǔ
4、五劳七伤往后瞧 wǔláoqīshāng wǎng hòu qiáo
5、摇头摆尾去心火 yáotóubǎiwěi qù xīnhuǒ
6、两手攀足固肾腰 liǎngshǒu pān zú gù shèn yāo
7、攒拳怒目增气力 zǎn quán nùmù zēng qìlì
8、背后七颠百病消 bèihòu qī diān bǎibìng xiāo

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Les vidéos présentés dans ces pages sont extraits d'un DVD qui accompagne le livre "Ba Duan Jin", une compilation de l'Association de Qigong de Chine pour la santé, édité par Les presses des langues étrangères de Beijing, Chine, 2007

Publication: 2008-03-03
ISBN: 978-7-119-04781-2
Langage: Anglais
Pages: 184pp
Prix: ¥60.00

Ba Duan Jin
Eight-Section Qigong Exercises
The Chinese Health Qigong Association
Qigong is an aspect of traditional Chinese medicine that involves coordinating breathing patterns with physical postures to maintain health and well-being. Ba Duan Jin: Eight-Section Qigong Exercises is an accessible, fully-illustrated guide to this particular qigong exercise, which has been shown to improve the respiratory, cardiovascular and immune systems.

The Ba Duan Jin exercise dates back to the Song Dynasty, and is broken down into eight sections, each of which focuses on a different physical area. The routine enhances limb strength and flexibility of the joints, and also fortifies the nerves. It can help in the treatment of illnesses such as osteoporosis and is also beneficial for mental health. Each routine is described step-by-step, and is illustrated with photographs and key points. The authors also point out common mistakes and offer advice on how to correct these.

Complemented by an appendix of acupuncture points and accompanied by a DVD, this book will be of interest to Qigong and Tai Chi practitioners at all levels, students of martial arts and anyone interested in Chinese culture.

Contents
Preface. 1. Origins and Development. 2. Characteristics. 3. Practice Tips. 4. Step-by-Step Descriptions of the Routines. Section 1. Hand and Foot Forms. Basic Hand Forms. Basic Stances.
Section 2. The Exercises Illustrated. Ready Position.
Routine 1. Holding the Hands High with Palms Up to Regulate the Internal Organs.
Routine 2. Posing as an Archer Shooting Both Left- and Right-handed. Routine 3. Holding One Arm Aloft to Regulate the Functions of the Spleen and Stomach.
Routine 4. Looking Backwards to Prevent Sickness and Strain.
Routine 5. Swinging the Head and Lowering the Body to Relieve Stress. Routine 6. Moving the Hands Down the Back and Legs, and Touching the Feet to Strengthen the Kidneys.
Routine 7. Thrusting the Fists and Making the Eyes Glare to Enhance Strength.
Routine. 8. Raising and Lowering the Heels to Cure Diseases.
Closing Form.
Appendix: Acupuncture Points Mentioned in This Book.

Author information
The Chinese Health Qigong Association is an organization that popularizes and researches Health Qigong, and is a group member of the All-China Sports Federation. Its aim is to inherit and carry forward the Chinese traditional culture of health promotion and facilitate the communication between Western and Eastern Cultures.


Première édition 7 juillet 2008
Modifiée le 16 mars 2010