Qi Gong for the Arms, Wrists, and Hands



The arms, wrists and hands are the most frequently used parts of the body.

These areas can succumb to problems such as tension, arthritis, tendinitis and injury, especially as we get older. With Qi Gong’s gentle stretching and easy, flowing movements, we can improve circulation, clear tightness and pain, and bring healing energy to the arms, wrists and hands.

(filmed in Yosemite National Park, California)

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We live in an age of repetitive motion.

From texting to typing, from cooking to working in the garden, the hands often get overworked and strained. With the correct stretches and exercises, we can clear tension, tightness, and pain through the lower parts of the arms.

The arms, wrists and hands are the most widely used parts of the body. It’s no wonder that these areas of the body hold so much tension and are easily injured. From arthritis to tendinitis, the hands are prone to lots of problems.

I want to show you a natural solution called Qi Gong. Qi Gong is an ancient form of exercise originating in China thousands of years ago. Qi Gong is a form of mind/body fitness that activates the natural healing energy in the body. It helps with pain, clears tension, relieves stress, and boosts energy. Qi Gong can be an effective solution to the many aches and discomforts in the body.

Qi Gong is often referred to as the art of preventing disease and prolonging life. Through gentle stretching, flowing movements, and improved circulation, Qi Gong can help bring healing energy to the arms, wrists and hands.

– Energy-activating exercises for the neck, upper back, and arms
– Gentle stretches for the arms, wrists, and hands
– Flowing movements for deep relaxation
– Key pressure points for improved circulation in the lower extremities

Full Routine: 33:48 mins
Short Routine:
20:29 mins
These programs are available as both streaming and downloadable videos.

Executive Producer: Lee Holden, Ben Cox
Producer: Ben Cox
Director: Todd Villegas
Editor: Nick Loffree, Todd Villegas
Videography: Nick Loffree, Francis Battaglia, Todd Villegas
Cover Design: Angela Stucky, Megan Melack
Music: Dean Evenson
Cover Photography: Francis Battaglia

Tip: Consult your health care professional before using this wellness program.
The instruction presented herein is not intended to be a substitute for medical counseling.