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Static Exercise(Qi Gong)

A form of training where the body performs little movement while contracting it's muscle fibers, increased muscular endurance, increased muscular strength, cardiovascular exercise, corrective exercise, therapeutic exercise, endurance exercise, muscle-setting exercise. Voluntary contraction and relaxation of skeletal muscles without changing the muscle length or moving the associated part of the body called Static Exercise known as Qi Gong, Taiji Chuan, Yi Quan, Ba Gua, Wing Chun and many other internal arts,


Therapeutic Exercise

The scientific use of bodily movement to restore normal function in diseased or injured tissues or to maintain a state of well-being: called also Corrective Exercise. As with any type of Therapy, a therapeutic

exercise program is designed to correct specific disabilities of the individual patient, patient progress. Exercise affect the body locally and systemically and bring about changes in the Nervous, Circulatory, and Endocrine System, as well as the Muscular-skeletal System.  

1) Increase or maintain mobility of the joints and surrounding soft tissues. 2) Develop coordination through control of individual muscles. 3) Increase muscular strength and endurance. 4) Promote relaxation and relief of tension.

Joint Pain

Correction of tissue

Inflammation of the body

Pain in motion

Passive Exercise done slowly and gently with joint as RELAXED as possible

-Muscle training or Neuromuscular Re-education

For a variety of Disorders

-Physical Trauma


-Poliomyelitis that affect the Motor Neurons

-Congenital disorders such as Cerebral Palsy

-Muscle control and Coordination

                                      Yi Quan Lineage

           Da Cheng Chuan (Great Achievement Boxing)

                                Sijo  Wang Xiang Zhai


                                    Han Xing Qiao                

                                    Han Jing Chen

                                Chong Yin Cheung

                               Louis (Yu) Williams

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