Yi Jin Jing 12

Drei Teller fallen zu Boden

Yi Jin Jing (易筋經, book for the transformation of muscles and tendons) is a collection of exercises to maintain health and to increase fitness. The earliest descriptions of exercises reach back almost 2000 years. In the 1970s, a brocade painting was discovered entitled charts for physical exercises and breathing exercises in an old grave in the central Chinese city of Changsha. In the 40 illustrations the prototype of today's Yi Jin Jing exercises can be identified. It is also supposed that the Yi Jin Jing was developed by the Buddhist monk Bodhidharma who originally came from India.

The sequence of Yi Jin Jing 12

  • Wei Tuo presents the pole 1
  • Wei Tuo presents the pole 2
  • Wei Tuo presents the pole 3
  • To pick the stars
  • To pull the oxen’s tail
  • To bear the claws and spread the wings
  • To draw the swords
  • Three plates fall on the floor
  • The black dragon bears his claws
  • The tiger jumps on the prey
  • To beat the drum of heaven and to bow
  • To wag the tail
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