Mustang Breathing Guidance Technique VI

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The Mustang Breath Guidance Technique is based on the Wudang Taoism Technique. In our holistic wellness programs, we practice this technique for holistic wellness and longevity, not for martial arts (kungfu) purposes.

There are many techniques to guide our breathing. We choose this technique because it is simple, relatively easy to learn and practice, and its health efficacy is immediate.

The biggest feature of this technique is that it promotes the coordinated movements of different parts of the limbs through various breathing methods. The internal movement (the peristalsis of the five internal organs) drives the external movements (limb movements) in this technique. This is just the opposite of coordinating breathing with limb movements in other exercises. Thus it offers a unique function of health preservation and disease prevention.

If we are going after health and fitness with long-term practice of this technique, it will consciously tune up our body, harmonize the yin and the yang energy, and achieve special effects of strengthening our body and preventing diseases.

This series of breathing and stretching exercises has nine styles or movements, in addition to the starting style and the ending style. When you learn and practice, do not practice all eleven styles at once. If you try to do that, you will soon give up because it is a rather difficult attempt.

You should start to learn and practice the starting style until you are well versed with it. We recommend that you do this for thirty days. Then you proceed to the first style, and so on.

How long will it take for you to learn each style? It varies from person to person. It may take you one day or one month. But no hurry. You want to do it right.

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