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5th position: Rolling the Arms

Also called "Rolling the Arms in a Horse-riding Stance." Alternative care does not indicate a specific type of treatment, but typically refers to any health care that is considered non-traditional.
Description Rise your left arm in back and your right arm in front until shoulders level. Your look constantly follows the arm which is moving. Face palms are oriented up. This is the position of outgoing movements. While your right arm remain fixed, roll your left arm up, back to front, over right until left palm approach to right palm such you hold a ball.Lao Gong points are oriented to each other. Change the rolling arm. While your left arm remain fixed, move your right arm from front to back, on shoulder level, and them roll him, from back to front, over the head, until right palm approach to left palm. There are two movements of moving arm. One of retirement from front to back with a bending of the knees. Inhale on this movement. One of rolling from back to front with a straightening of the knees. Exhale on this movement. In other words, when one arm are moving, the other arm holds a imaginary ball. Execute 12 rotations, six on each hand, then return to starting position. Test your position with the following pictures (note: to watch in best resolution, click on them).
5th position: Rolling the Arms
5th position: Rolling the Arms
  Inhale on this movement
Inhale on this movement
  Lao Gong points are oriented to each other
Lao Gong points are oriented to each other