Turtle Chi Gung
Turtle Chi Gung
"If you're at peace with yourself, you're at peace with everybody."
- Sunyata Saraswati
The peaceful, slow but steady, and long-lived turtle and tortoise. What if we could enjoy those attributes as well?
Turtle Chi Gung utilizes various movements and breathing techniques to slow down the breath and the body, as well as imitates movements of turtles, for benefits such as possible longevity, thyroid stretching, and tonifying kidney energy.
- Menstrual Period - No, cannot practice
- Pregnant - No, cannot practice
- Postpartum - Wait six weeks
- Breastfeeding - No, cannot practice
- No strokes, cardiovascular problems, or heart problems
- If you have high blood pressure, do not hang the head down. Consult your health practitioner before beginning practice.
- If you have low blood pressure, dizziness, hypoglycemia, or other concerns, bring the head back up very slowly
One video and one manual (223 pages, 8.5" x 11", 2.8 MB).
Please read before using this manual and/or video.
These practices are not meant to replace competent medical advice.
Consult your health practitioner if you are unsure of the suitability of these practices.
The exercises and practices in this manual and/or video promote well-being and energy and are not data-proven methods. Please use this information with caution, intuition, and common sense, as no outcome is guaranteed.
Do not force or strain yourself when practicing. If you feel pain, discomfort, dizziness, or anything else unusual, stop practicing immediately.
Do not practice after surgery until you are allowed by your health practitioner. Check the health cautions in this manual and/or video.
If you do have another teacher or are practicing another system, or want to study with another teacher after starting this system, please speak to your primary teacher for direction.
You want to ensure that the other practices that you are doing or want to do are energetically compatible with the specific practices in this system, manual, and/or video.
It is best to choose one primary practice, system, or teacher, and consult with that teacher about what is best for you.
I agree to the above before using the manual and/or video.
Part of the 2010-2014 Teachings for Women of Sunyata Saraswati