Mindful Movement (MBX-12) video

Also available: Mindful Movement book - get additional instruction for all of the exercises in the video plus much more! 

This 5-minute sequence of 12 movements will invigorate your inner energy. By combining deep breathing with unique movements that target the 12 energy meridians, Sang H. Kim has created an active form of moving mediation that you can practice daily to reduce stress and boost your energy levels. This 32-minute instructional video includes instruction, follow along and selected variations for harder and easier practice.

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Ki:The Science of Internal Energy video

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For centuries, martial arts masters, monks, warriors and scholars have pursued methods to develop, channel and harness the mysterious and powerful internal life force known as ki (chi, qi). Exercises like qigong and chi kung promote mental and physical health, harmony and longevity.

Many martial artists use the applications of ki training to increase power, heighten focus and develop inner strength. Ki:The Science of Internal Energy explores ki development through the emerging Korean training method of GiCheon.

Grandmaster Sang Won Lee, headmaster of Korea GiCheon Association, teaches a series of ki training exercises combined with breathing methods to channel ki while strengthening the muscles and promoting discipline in the mind and body. GiCheon's unique method of increasing flexibility in the joints to unblock the circulation of ki and its use of a form of dynamic tension to enhance breathing exercises produces results for even the most novice practitioners.

Discover the secrets of this ancient training method through a visit to the Moonmak mountain training center in Korea where Grandmaster Lee and his students share their experiences with ki training in interviews and demonstrations.


Power Breathing video

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Revitalize your energy with Power Breathing. Sang H. Kim guides you through easy to follow breathing exercises that you can do anywhere, in as little as sixty seconds, to relieve stress, increase your fitness level and feel better instantly.

New to breathing exercises? Start with Gentle Breathing, a simple way to reconnect with your body and begin your journey toward renewed energy. When you're ready, the core Power Breathing exercises of Steady, Staccato and Explosive breathing combine to create a total body energizing workout that will leave you feeling refreshed and revitalized. Finally, give attention to problem areas with Healing Breathing ten exercises to release tension and promote flexibility through controlled breathing.

Sang H. Kim has created this instructional video detailing the Power Breathing methods he has used for over 3 decades as part of his daily martial arts training. Power Breathing is an excellent way of improving lung capacity, strengthening the core mucles of the torso, increasing stamina, reducing stress and channeling inner energy. It's principles can be applied to martial arts training, yoga, tai chi and many aerobic sports. The video includes both instruction and follow along workouts.

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Zen Buddhism: In Search of Self documentary

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Following a tradition dating back over 1000 years, two dozen Buddhist nuns gather for a ninety day period of meditation, fasting and contemplation deep in the mountains of South Korea. With the singular goal of attaining enlightenment, the women undertake a rigorous schedule of meditation, at one point sitting for seven days without sleep.

In this first ever documentary on the practice of Dong Ahn Geo (Winter Zen Retreat), you'll be invited into the Baek Hung Buddhist Temple to witness not only the nuns' strict meditation practice, but their daily lives in which we see not only a deep spiritual discipline but an almost childlike joy and simplicity. Since the Great Monk Hyecheol built Baek Hung Temple in the 10th century during the Silla Dynasty (AD 57-935), the temple has been known for the most rigorous Cham Sun (Zen) practice.

Forbidden until now, the camera captures the austere beauty of the Korean countryside and the long secret traditions of this Buddhist Zen retreat. This historic documentary was filmed from November 29, 2001 to February 26, 2002 at Baek Hung Temple, Palgong Mountain, Daegu, South Korea.