"The Nine Treasure Exercises of Ancient China" was originally produced as a method of curing and preventing carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) and computer terminal syndrome in modern workers. However, it has more advanced uses.
It is a complete exercise system used for thousands of years by the Chinese in their kungfu schools and Taoist monasteries. In modern times, this qi gong system can be used to lower blood pressure and solve the health problems associated with repetitive stress syndrome (RTS) and old age symptoms such as stiff joints and arthritis. And it is a useful warm-up method for use before kungfu practice. This system exercises every joint and muscle in the body without causing an increase in heart rate or perspiration. So, it is ideal for office workers, the elderly, those recovering from surgery and people who need a good warm up before practicing more energetic exercises. The entire exercise set can be completed in just a few minutes or practiced as long as desired without tiring yourself.
Included with the exercise system are the "Nine Cutting Fingers of Ninjutsu" which are the secret finger-weaving methods passed down from Aryan India through China to the Japanese. These are excellent exercises for stretching the tendons of the hands and fingers before using a keyboard, playing the piano or stringed instrument, or before doing any kind of work that involves precise hand pliablility and dexterity such as sewing or circuit board soldering. Or they can be used for delving into the meditation and qi gong mysteries of the mudras or for use in self-defense using small circle jiujitsu techniques. "The Nine Treasure Exercises of Ancient China" are a complete system of secrets and methods. English language; running time 30 minutes.