SONDERSEMINARE mit Saša Balanesković: Wu Qin Xi" und "Yi Jin Jing"  am 12. und 13.  Mai


Am 12. wird Wu Qin Xi unterrichtet, am 13. Yi Jin Jing

Der Unterricht findet jeweils von 9-12 Uhr und 13-16 Uhr statt



1 Tag:                                  80,-€ TARS-Mitglieder             100,-€ Externe Teilnehmer

Beide Tage:                        140,-€ TARS-Mitglieder             180,-€ Externe Teilnehmer


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Hier folgt nun eine Info von Saša selber. Das Seminar wird von ihm und Ica in englisch gehalten, eine Übersetzung ins deutsche wird angeboten.



We welcome you to the world of Health Qigong!

During the seminar we will have basic instruction on two famous systems of Daoyin (leading and guiding the energy through conscious movement) Wu Qin Xi and Yi Jin Jing.

Wu Qin Xi (Five animal frolics or Five animal play) was developed by Hua Tuo, the most famous doctor in Eastern Han Dynasty (25 - 220 A.D.). It imitates the actions of animals based on the habits of the tiger, deer, bear, monkey and bird and combines Tu Na (the art of expiration and inspiration) and Dao Yin (the movements of the limbs in Qigong) with the theories of Viscera, Channel and Collaterals, Qi and Blook in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Health Qigong Wu Qin Xi embodies the essences of the traditional Wu Qin Xi and combines the designed actions with the Aesthetics of the body and Modern Athletic Science. It presents the scientific concept and the character of the modern time sufficiently, and accords with the traditional principles of regulating the body, breath and mind in Qigong. As a result, it fits the needs of people to promote their health.

The movements of Health Qigong Wu Qin Xi are not restricted in the imitation of the behaviours of the animals, but try to represent the spirit of the "five animals". It simulates the power of the tiger, the ease and comfort of the deer, the steadiness of calmness of the bear, the dexterity of the monkey, and the agility of the bird. The movements are gentle and unfold, harmonious and symmetrical, and its extent of physical exercise is suitable for most people.

The result of a scientific study shows that Health Qigong Wu Qin Xi exerts an active influence on the people's physiological functions, the physical nature and state of mind. Moreover, after a period of practice, the functions of the cardiovascular and respiratory system are enhanced; agility of the joints improved, and the vigour and grip power strengthened, psychological condition and self-confidence are built up.

Yi Jin Jing (tendon-changing classic) is a method of health building exercise that comes down from ancient China, and its purpose is to strengthen the muscles and tendons. By the textual research, Yi Jin Jing germinated from regimes in the Qin (221 - 206 B.C) and Han (206 B.C - 220 A.D) Dynasties. Legend goes that the monk Bodhidharma, the founder of Zen in China, advanced Yi Jin Jing and then the monks in the Shaolin Temple developed it and used it for health promotion. In the Tang (618 - 907 A.D.) and Song (960 - 1279 A.D.) Dynasties, Yi Jin Jing developed greatly. It began to spread out of the temple from the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1664 A.D.). Yi Jin Jing has been greatly influencing the traditional Chinese national sports.

Health Qigong - Yi Jin Jing embodies the essence of traditional Yi Jin Jing 12 forms. It has been developed, simplified and standardized on the modern theories and methods of health science, so as to be a smooth and coherent set of movements. Hence it is of more remarkable characteristics in health promotion.

When practicing Health Qigong Yi Jin Jing, what should be emphasized is the movements of turning, bending and extending, pulling and drawing of the muscles, bones and joints, especially those of turning, bending and extending of the spine. These actions, characterized by elegant, natural and smooth movements, being in good taste, and coupling hardness with softness, benefit regulating and controlling the function of the spine. The Flexible postures, the point kept in the mind, and the frequency of breathing fit the needs of people of any ages and in different health conditions.

The result of a scientific study shows that Health Qigong Yi Jin Jing can improve the functions of the cardiovascular, respiratory and digestive systems, raise the balancing ability, and better the flexibility and force of the muscle, improve the mood, lessen the anxiety and depression. Also it plays an active role in healing some common diseases in the middle aged and elderly people.

Seminar will be held by Saša Balanesković, president of Serbian Qigong Association.

Saša is also a:

  • Consultant of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine for promotion, dissemination and admission of students in Serbia
  • 5th Duan Wei Health Qigong (International Federation of Health Qigong, China)
  • Teacher of Family Yang / Ip Style Tai Chi Chuan - Snake Style (Siegburg/ Cologne-Germany)
  • Teacher of a Health Qigong program of the Chinese Association of Health Qigong (Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan - China)
  • International coach of World Tai Chi Chuan Federation (Taipei-Taiwan)
  • International Judge World Tai Chi Chuan Federation (Taipei-Taiwan)
  • sports operative trainer for kung fu wushu(Higher Education School of Sport and Health, Belgrade-Serbia)
  • practitioner of acupuncture, moxibustion and manual Tui On Therapy (Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China)
  • Cosmetic Acupuncture Practitioner and Manual Tui Na Therapy (Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China)
  • pediatric manual practitioner Tui Na Therapy - Tui Na for Children (Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China)

Participation in competitions and medals:

  • three bronze medals (Taolu Yang 24, Saber and Sword) from the 5th International Tai Chi Chuan Competition in Wudang, China, 2011
  • silver and 2 bronze medals (Tai Chi Chuan wrestling, sword and sword) medal from the World Tai Chi Chuan Competition in Taiwan, 2012
  • bronze medal (Tai Chi Chuan wrestling) at the European Wushu Competition in Bucharest, Romania, 2013
  • gold medal for individual and group categories at the European Health Qigong Games, Mons, Belgium, 2014.
  • two silver medals at the 1st China International Health Qigong Competition, Chinzhou, China, 2014.
  • silver and bronze at the World Health Qigong Tournament in Porto, Portugal, 2015.

His students participated (and continue to participate) in numerous competitions at all levels and won a lot of medals, some have become trainers, while some, following completion of their studies abroad, will also become TKM therapists.


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