Practicing outside

While the best practising is done indoors, where we can be more safe, it can also be grounding to practice barefoot on the grass, or sand. This is also why the floor should be made of wood, to ensure a proper balance for the energy being transferred through the soles of our feet. But now that summer is here in Sweden, I practiced Qigong outside today.

This motion is part of a “7 minutes” routine by Lee Holden, that I’ve practiced a little off and on since 2015. This qigong enables me to work out my upper body and breathe better. Here I’m showing “Pet the tiger, embrace the mountains” with proper inhale and exhale. It is through this combination of breath and movement, we can move energy.

Have you tried it?

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