The Twelve Golden Treasure Brocade is a set of sitting-based exercises which focuses on the movements of neck, shoulders, back and legs. It helps strengthen the whole body starting from the head and working down through the neck, shoulders, back, arms, legs and finally, the chest and stomach.
The Twelve Golden Treasure Brocade is simple and easy to learn, and may be varied in intensity to suit the individual. It is an ideal exercise for people who are not very mobile as it can be done either on a chair or sitting on the floor.
Welcome videos from the President of IHQF, Vice-president and Secretary General of IHQF, Vice-President of the Chinese Health Qigong Association, Members of the IHQF Executive Committee and instructors.
Workshops in the Health Qigong forms of Shi Er Fa, Wu Qin Xi and Liu Zi Jue, conducted by Master Zhang Mingliang and Professor Hu Xiaofei from the IHQF will be held in August 2019 in Melbourne.
Partnering with Odyssey Travel, sightseeing tours along the Great Ocean Road and to Phillip Island, Ballarat and Puffing Billy are available during the tournament.