Our primary focus at Tian Yo is on the fundamental principals of good Taiji and Qigong practice.  Ongoing attention to these fundamentals is maintained regardless of the particular forms being taught.  Below are listed the major Qigong forms utilized in Tian Yo classes.
Qigong
The types of Qigong classes usually taught at Tian Yo come from the "general health and well-being" category of Qigong forms.

Qigong forms can roughly be divided up into four major categories
1. General health and well-being
2. Medical
3. Martial
4. Spiritual

Medical Qigong forms usually come into being by means of medical practitioners focusing Qigong principles on fairly specific health challenges that have become chronic.

Martial forms usually come into being when masters of the martial arts apply Qigong principles to martial applications or to support martial training.

Some types of Qigong practices have been developed over time by leaders of various spiritual disciplines that are finely focused on  areas of spiritual development.

The focus of general health and well-being forms is to promote over-all wellness - a preventative and broad-based approach to health.

Obviously, the four categories overlap in many areas and the categories are not meant to be mutually exclusive.

Below are listed the current forms of Qigong taught at Tian Yo along with learning and practice aids offered:
Taiji Qigong 18 Forms (Shi Ba Shi)

This Qigong was developed by Master Lin Hou Sheng in 1982.

Sequence in the Taiji Qigong 18 Forms:
DVD Guided Practice Aid:
Taiji Qigong 18 Forms
$15.00 CA
Inquire during class times or contact us via email to purchase.
Eight Pieces of Silk Brocade (Ba Duan Jin)

The roots of this Qigong go all the way back to the Sung dynasty (1177 - 1279 AD).  The famous General Yeuh Fei is believed to have created the basis of what has come to be known as the Eight Pieces of Silk Brocade.

Sequence in the Eight Pieces of Silk Brocade:
DVD Guided Practice Aid:
Eight Pieces of Silk Brocade
$15.00 CA
Coming soon!
Fun video of a version of the 8 Pieces Qigong
Parts 1 and 2
Qigong References and Links
Books About Qigong

The Roots of Chinese Qigong
  by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

The Way of Qigong
  by Kenneth S. Cohen

Cultivating the Chi
  by Stuart Alve Olson

Chi Kung
by Master Lam Kam Chuen

Chi Revolution
  by Bruce Frantzis
Helpful Qigong Links

Basic concepts of Qi and Qigong:
Part One
Part Two
An Example of Soaring Crane Qigong - a medical Qigong