UHT Tao Yin is a Chi Kung self-care practice set of postures, gentle movement, mindfulness and proper breath that releases the psoas and diaphragm. Easily integrated into ones daily practice it provides stress management, structural alignment, and support to the core and postural muscles. It also relieves musculoskeletal issues caused by poor body mechanics while working. By relieving facial restrictions, therapists and individuals will increase their flexibility and improve posture.
‘Tao Yin is a form of energy-enlivening exercise originating out of Taoism, China’s oldest philosophical system. An integral part of the Universal Tao practice, Tao Yin is a series of revitalizing exercises that develop flexibility, strength, resiliency, and suppleness. Through their integrative principles these exercises create harmony within the body, mind, and spirit, leading one to discover balance within nature and a way to more freely within the ebb and flow of life’s ceaseless current’–Mantak Chia ‘Energy Balance through the Tao, Exercises for cultivating Yin Energy’ ISBN#13 978 159477059-3.