I've been following Victor since 2016. I'm teaching Yin Yoga at the gym. With this lockdown condition we couldn't teach and meet my members and for quite sometimes I also didn't regularly practise. 1st week doing zoom class with Victor was quite tough but after the 3rd week I felt something changing in my body and I could feel the opening happening slowly in my joints especially my shoulder, lower back and going down to tibia. It's really beneficial practice ❤
I have been participating all three weeks on zoom including the lecture and it has been a good journey for mind and body, and sometimes challenging. Thank you for the teachings so far!
Practicing Yin Yoga with Victor always challenges me. It is a continuous evolving practice. Having it available online allows me to attend without traveling to see him.
I have participated in all of Victor's online zoom classes to date and appreciate revising the yin practice from the basic level. His instructions are very clear and he offers variations to the poses. Each week I look forward to building on the previous week's practice and by incorporating Victor's teachings I am gaining deeper awareness of my physical and energetic bodies. In gratitude.
I want to thank Victor for the online classes in the last few weeks. I found my body alignment starts to reshuffle. I used to have hamstring attachment and IT band injury issues from yoga practice, on top of scoliotic spine problems (largely asymptomatic) since young. The hamstrings attachment issue and IT band issue were bothering me. Now using Victor’s method the hamstring attachment issue is gone as the hip flexion has improved. I think the tissues start to move to the correct places and the practice can be more focused on breath and internal energy.
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Basic Qigong Based on The Eight Brocade Movement (Every Mondays: 5, 12, 19, 26 Oct; 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Nov; 7 Dec)
Qigong is a way of energy circulation in the body. It requires the body to be relax and find its organic movement. The joints need to move in their natural range of motion without creating resistance. The Qigong masters mentioned that “if one aims to cultivate Qi, then no strength should be engaged. When one aims to activate strength then Qi will not be cultivated”.
Arms is the body part that guide and float Yang energy in the body. Hence, they have to be loosen in order to effectively guide the Qi. Our journey will begin by working to loosen neck and shoulder intensively.
The Qigong set will be based on 8 Broacde Movement that targets the 12 meridians in the body. We will take it one step at a time and work through the basics of this sequence in this 10-week programme.
You will achieve overall flexibility in the upper body and strength in the lower body. The Qigong intend to provide yin-yang balance and strengthening of the internal organs over time. Join us to find out more.