#5 – Swaying the Trunk and Swinging the Tail
While a balanced amount of fire element in the heart is healthy, excess fire as a result of too much wood (the liver element and emotions of anger and frustration) cause too much heart fire. This movement helps to release excess fire from the heart meridian. It also relaxes the kidneys (water element), which helps the overall balance and harmony.
#6 – Punching with Angry Eyes
This active movement increases strength and vitality of both the physical and energetic bodies and is excellent for releasing blocked qi in the shoulders, arms, jaw, and eyes. This movement also brings benefits to the heart and circulation, as well as the central nervous system.
© Sandra Tonn