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Presented by Sifu Bill SmithQi Gong, or energy development exercises, were developed in China by monks and mystics to provide robust energy and overall health to support their meditation practice. Now you can learn these ancient health giving practices in the privacy of your own home with Wuji, the first Qi Gong learning app for iPhone. Sifu Bill Smith has over 30 years of experience practicing and teaching Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong moving meditation. He has assembled a collection of ancient Qi Gong exercises into the Return to Wuji set presented here. The Return to Wuji Qi Gong set is broken down into 9 lessons. Master each lesson before going on to practicing the entire set straight through, in a single session.Each lesson is broken up into 3 videos - beginning, tips & corrections and practice. Sifu Bill Smith provides clear instruction, making this ancient art available to anyone, regardless of one's level of training. No experience is required, Wuji can be used by anyone from absolute beginners to more advanced Qi Gong practitioners.Features- Nine lessons, recorded in HD- The entire Return to Wuji Qi Gong set, from beginning to end, as a single video- Stream to your Apple TVWhat is the best way to use the app?If you have an Apple TV connected to your television, use Apple's AirPlay feature to mirror the app and stream the videos directly to your living room TV.Try to practice every day if possible. Move on from a given lesson, once you feel comfortable to do so. Once you've learned all 9 lessons, begin following along by watching the 'Complete Set' video.What is QiGong?Qi Gong (Chi Kung) consists of a series of physical postures and movements combined with mental imagery and focused intent, and has been used to provide grounding, increased personal awareness and development of deeper meditative states. Within these exercises, body, mind and spirit work together to produce the results. This soft, moving meditation has been practiced in China for millennia. There are many flavors and several types of Qi Gong, practiced for different reasons, e.g. martial arts, health, relaxation, spiritual development and even longevity. In fact, the internal martial art Tai Chi Chuan, is a form of Qi Gong. There is ample evidence for QiGong's health benefits, in published journals and controlled studies around the world.Our MissionOur intent is to make these exercises available to anyone who wishes to explore them. We will continue to regularly release content, in accord with the feedback we receive from users. Hope you enjoy!DisclaimerThe information provided and exercises taught in this iPhone application is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Consult a physician before performing this or any exercise program. Results vary with each individual and we cannot guarantee that you will experience results similar to the testimonials presented on any of our pages or any results at all. These videos are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is your responsibility to evaluate your own medical and physical condition, and to independently determine whether to perform, use or adapt any of the information or content shared in the Wuji application. Any exercise program may result in injury. By voluntarily undertaking any exercise displayed in the Wuji iPhone application, you assume the risk of any resulting injury. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.