Movement

Movement consumes energy and thereby creates room for new energy. This simple process facilitates the flow of the inner energy and maintains energy balance in the body. In this collection of articles, Sang H. Kim shares his insights to help you develop the flow in you through movement.

A 30-second Exercise to Reduce Holiday Stress

You can buffer holiday-related stressors and reduce their negative impacts by practicing Infinity Posture. This posture promotes circulation between the upper and lower parts of the body in a constant flow, so is called.

A 30-second Exercise to Reduce Holiday Stress

A 30-second Exercise to Reduce Anxiety

A sequence of exercise to quickly relax your mind and refocus your attention on the impending task.

A 30-second Exercise to Reduce Anxiety

How to Prevent Stiffness in the Lower Back during Sitting Meditation

Three exercises to prevent or reduce stiffness by loosening up your body before, during, and after meditation.

How to Prevent Stiffness in the Lower Back during Sitting Meditation

Mindful Movement and Breathing Exercises Video

This 4-minute sequence of 12 mindful movement and deep breathing exercises (MBX-12) activates the 12 meridians, boosting inner energy. Created by Sang H. Kim, MBX-12 practice brings together mindful movement and deep breathing to create an active form of moving meditation and invigorate your internal Ki energy flow. Follow along with Sang H. Kim as he demonstrates the movements in this video and experience it for yourself.

Mindful Movement and Breathing Exercises Video

Running is Moving Zen

Running is moving Zen. It brings problems and struggles to the surface. Running in nature broadens our awareness of the inner self and the outer world, quieting the voice inside. Sang H. Kim’s personal experience on how the sole of the foot meets with the soul in the mind.

Running is moving Zen

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