Dahn Yoga for Beginners DVD
Perfect for those new to Dahn Yoga and Dahnhak Kigong, this DVD will walk you through 12 meridian exercises, guided relaxation, and breathing.
An easy to follow, step-by-step guide to the basic Dahn Yoga workout.
Dahn Yoga® is a rapidly growing holistic health program that incorporates the use of life energy (ki) to facilitate physical and mental health. Today, more than one million people world-wide are practicing Dahn Yoga.
Dahn Yoga is based on Dahnhak®, the study of life energy and an ancient Korean system of incorporating mind/body training with relaxation techniques. Dahn means energy, vitality, and origin of life, and hak means study, philosophy, and theory. This traditional training program was re-discovered and modernized by Ilchi Lee in 1980.
Discover how to de-stress and relax through this gentle yoga practice; learn how to feel and utilize ki energy, the ultimate life force, while facilitating relaxation and developing inner peace and external strength.
This DVD includes:
- Doin (meridian) Exercises to stretch the body (12 minutes)
- Guided Relaxation to revitalize the mind (3 minutes)
- Breathing to center and quiet the mind and body (5 minutes)
- Feeling ki energy that connects the mind and body (3 minutes)
- Dahnhak Kigong to enhance strength and balance (6 minutes)
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only)
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Healing Society
DVD Release Date: December, 2004
Run Time: 35 minutes
Very easy to follow
The setting of the video was very pleasant and peaceful. The explanations of the movements were excellent and easy to follow. I really appreciated that when they would say turn to the left (or right) that you were actually following the direction they were moving, and not THEIR left (or right). So many exercise tapes tell you to move to one direction and they are not doing it in a mirror image so you are actually aimed in the opposite direction and I find those videos confusing, so I was very pleased that Dahn Yoga for Beginners made it so easy to follow the directional movements.
I felt that overall this was a wonderful video and I would recommend it to anyone wanting a Tai Chi-type exercise. It is more like Tai Chi than traditional yoga, so please keep that in mind as well.
– Vegan Gal, New Mexico