Ancient Chinese exercise for ‘modern world ailments’

Posted by on Sep 9, 2019 in Dragon Nation

Modern life is fast, fun and furious until you get sick.

Zhan Zhuang Gong

From the moment we first open our eyes as newborn babies our lives are full of motion. We see everything around us constantly moving. Our bodies are continuously experiencing nervous and muscular tension of one sort or another. Our minds are endlessly being pulled in all directions, and this mental stress has a direct and disastrous effect on everything else.

A very high proportion of the most common ailments that afflict people are related to stress and tension – either as a direct result of it, such as headaches, heart attacks, and nervous disorders, or indirectly, as a result of the body’s internal organs and immune system being weakened by tension in the muscles, organs or nerves.

We rarely relax. Our original energy is blocked within us and a state of tranquil growth is lost to us!

You may feel completely drained of vitality. You may have a persistent illness or you are suffering from a bug that has laid you low. You experience some form of depression. Or somedays you feel fine, but often have the sense of not being well. There is nothing to go to the doctor about, but you experience periods of fatigue. You lack stamina, and are easily stressed! Sound familiar?

There is hope!

In the practice of Zhan Zhuang (Jam Jong), we can find a way to relax the nervous and the muscular systems simultaneously. This clears the pathway for the renewed circulation for the original, natural energy in our bodies and minds. The healing and strengthening exercises of Jam Jong are gentle, they are practised slowly and calmly. It is a deceptively simple exercise that generations of Chinese have used to care for themselves and their families through all the stresses and strains of a lifetime.

However you feel, we help you find and rebuild your energy levels again!  Come and discover how this unique exercise system can help rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit.

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