This is a replay of a live session showing you a Qigong routine for Spring, taught by myself, Dr. Janice Tucker. I have been teaching Qigong for two decades and am the founder of the Space To Relax Programme of Qigong video lessons. I’m also a practitioner of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. You can join my live classes on Zoom every Thursday at 4 pm Irish time. Click here to join us (lesson replays sent out by email in case you can’t make it).

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Full Moon Qigong Routine – Introduction

The Qi of the moon is particularly strong around full moon time. The moon can provide us with Qi which is more Yin in nature. The Yin functions of the body include cooling, moistening and nourishing so when we absorb Yin Moon Qi it using specific Qigong methods it can help us to balance these functions. This can be especially useful for you if your Yin is deficient (indicated by such symptoms as red eyes, dry skin and hair, constipation, restless sleep and anxiety).

The Qigong in this video can be used for:

1. If you suspect you are Yin deficient (although it’s always best to seek a diagnosis from a qualified practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine rather than attempting to diagnose yourself).

2. Feelings of tiredness and lethargy. It can be used in conjunction with last week’s Lesson 44 “Winter Qigong Routine

Full Moon Qigong Routine – Method

  1. Begin by adopting the correct Qigong sitting or standing posture and performing a few abdominal breaths (see more here).
  2. Follow along with the “Turn To Look At The Moon” movement.
  3. Adopt the “Stand Like A Tree” posture and meditate on holding the moon between your hands.
  4. Finish your practice with a few abdominal breaths.

Additional Video Resources

You’ll find a few other video class replays which also relate to resting, recuperating and nourishing your Yin Qi

Qigong Winter Routine (Part 1).

Qigong Recharge Exercises.

Absorbing Qi From The Moon.

Qigong For Yin Deficiency.

Many other live lesson replays can be found on my blog page. I’d encourage you to take a look at some of them and find methods which you can easily combine with this one.

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