Wild Goose Qigong (also called Dayan Qigong) began to be
developed based upon the movements that the monks observed in these beautiful
birds. They also combined the skill with their knowledge of Chinese medicine
theory which included knowledge about the channels and acu-points in the
body and the philosophies of Buddhism and Daoism (Taoism). Wild Goose Qigong is the foundation form of this Qigong system but
many other forms followed until eventually there were at least 72 forms and
In addition, Master Tse has
continued to develop other Qigong forms, such as Balancing Gong and Healthy
Living Gong, based upon the principles of the Kunlun Dayan System with the blessing of his Sifu, Grandmaster Yang Meijun who was the 27th generation inheritor of the Wild Goose Qigong skill.
Gong, the first form learned in the Tse Qigong Centre classes, is very good for
any joint problems as the movements slowly help to realign the body externally
and internally. Poor posture will affect our health by stopping the Qi from
flowing properly in the body. Good health begins with good posture.
Qigong can help many kinds
of health problems and illnesses, helping to improve the immune system and
build up energy in the body. It can help back, shoulder and other joint
problems by creating circulation and more Qi (energy) which helps to release
blockages. Qigong is very relaxing and with regular, proper practise it will
help one to sleep better and settle emotions.
Classes are on-going and
beginners are welcome any time.