Tai Chi-Qigong Muscle, Joint & Fascia Warm-Ups DVD Trailer

This Trailer is for Anna York's New Creation Tai Chi-Qigong Muscle, Joint & Fascia Warm-Up DVD. The full DVD will be available on Amazon on about December 5,...

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Comment by Anna York on December 5, 2015 at 2:06pm



Warm-Up Benefits: Our bodies need to warm up before any type of activity in order to get muscles, joints and fascia working in the very best way. Moving too quickly from static positions to active exercise can cause stiffness, soreness, reduced performance and possibly painful injury. Anna York presents warm-ups that are built on the healing principles of Tai Chi and Qigong, so they are especially beneficial. She provides both seated and standing demonstrations so the exercises are accessible for all abilities.

Muscles & Joints: Head-to-toe exercises include hips, knees, ankles, feet, arms, neck, shoulders and torso. 

Fascia: While the warm-ups address muscles, tendons and ligaments, they also nurture the internal fascia of the body, the network of connective tissue that holds our organs and tissues together, protects our nervous system and helps us move in a harmonious way. Healthier fascia means better flexibility and mobility. Learn more about fascia.

Energy: Nurturing the body through warm-ups helps stimulate the flow of "chi" (energy) through tissues and joints, increasing stamina and rejuvenating body, mind and spirit

No matter whether you are a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, a senior with arthritis aches and pains, or just a person who wants to feel your best as you go through your day, the warm-ups on Anna York’s DVD will get you going and feeling good. Learn More About Tai Chi and Fascia.

How to use: Adapt to your personal needs.

- Integrate with gym or other exercises.

- Do warm-ups when you don’t have time for a full workout.

- Rejuvenate for short periods during your day.

- Start your day with warm-ups to get you moving and feeling good.

- Use daily to maintain overall wellness and feel great all day!

Testimonial by Integrative Medicine Team Member:

"I work full-time in the inpatient setting of a large, acute-care hospital, and I use T’ai Chi-Qigong on a daily basis to help my patients with pain, anxiety, physical strength and coordination, and other symptoms.  I often scour the web for qigong resources for my patients that present the material in simple, accessible ways that address the needs of multiple populations.  This video presents a range of exercises that elegantly address specific issues, but is also general enough that almost anyone can benefit.  The exercises are shown in both standing and seated positions, and can easily be adapted to those unable to sit.  Anna’s instruction is clear, concise, and simple, and the generosity of her spirit shines through.

"Finally, I want to comment on the sheer beauty of this video—it is a work of art.  It is visually stunning, incorporating footage that must be seen to be believed (she flies, no kidding…).  The visual production is absolutely remarkable-- and then there is the music.  The soundtrack alone would be a joyful, relaxing journey to listen to; add that to the natural beauty of the scenery, and I would play this in my patients’ rooms just to change the atmosphere. 

"As a healthcare provider, I’m thrilled that this labor of love will now be publicly available.  May it inspire your journey, and offer meaningful information and support along the way." CY, Minneapolis.


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