Yi Jin Jing practice is said to improve and enhance physical health dramatically. Its methods are easy to learn and easy to practice. With consistent practice your body’s general energy levels can be significantly increased. As it nurtures the 12 meridian channels, flexibility and blood circulation of the muscles will be improved thus benefiting the inner organs and “washing the marrow”.
In Chinese Yi means to change, Jin refers to the tendons and sinews and Jing refers to the methods. Therefore literally Yi Jin Jing means Muscle and Tendon Changing Classic. This form of Yi Jin Jing is in the tradition of Zi Wu Men. The ZI WU MEN tradition dates back to the Song Dynasty, between 960 and 1279 AD. Translated, ZI WU MEN means – Meridian Gate. It is a school of thought and practice which obtains energy from the sun and moon. And focuses on activating the du mai and ren mai, which are 2 of the main reservoirs of Chi in the body. When these to reservoirs of Chi are connected they activate the microcosmic orbit, an internal energetic circuit in the body which benefits and supports the internal organs.
For a taster of what’s to come watch this YouTube video about the 2014 course –
Because of its potent effectiveness, Yi Jin Jing in the tradition of ZI WU MEN is widely taught in hospitals and hospice. It is intensive yet at the same time smooth and flowing. The mind very quickly develops into a state of quietness whilst the intention and strength are unified.
Your route to health and vitality
3 Days Training your energy, tendons, bones and digestion
For more information and booking of courses in Europe –
Friday 13th May
Muscle and tendon neigong – Yi Jin Jing
Saturday 14th May
Bone marrow neigong – Xi Sui Jing
Sunday 15th May
Black sand healing palm & Detox nutrition
Course Teacher: Master Jennifer Lee
Awarded the 7th Duan Black belt in 2009 by the San Shou Dao Association in China and recently awarded the title of ‘World Famous Martial Art Master’ in the book of 100 Extraordinary Martial Artist 2010/11. This will be Jennifer’s first of many planned visits to London as part of her commitment to allowing more people to benefit from practising the Zi Wu Men system.
Jennifer was born and raised in Singapore in a traditional Taoist family with forefathers from Fujian province, China. She started her training in Chinese theatre and classical Chinese dance at the age of 7. At 13, she began her training in external martial arts. Embracing competitive martial arts for 12 years, she was national gold medallist for 8 consecutive years. A state registered and certified coach and referee, Jennifer moved on to internal martial arts and studied full time with prominent and exceptional master Zhou Shu Sheng, also known as China’s Eagle Claw King and the 6th generation Liu He Ba Fa grandmaster.
More recently she has been studying with and supporting Master Song Yixiang the 21st generation Zi Wu Men lineage holder. She travels regularly between China and Germany where in 2000 she founded a Center for martial and healing arts cultivation. Being a woman in the martial arts world and in Europe puts her in a unique position. She is a patient teacher & teaches with dedication and an unusual humour, while demanding, strict and uncompromising, is empathic and warm.