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6th position: Rowing a Boat

It is also known with the name of "Rowing a Boat in the Middle of a Lake." Alternative treatments in health have become very popular for a number of health and medical conditions.
 
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Description From basic position, open your arms wide, sideways. The body slightly bent back. Your look at 45 degrees. Is the the highest position of the movement and also that of starting. Rise your arms up (about 45 degrees from horizontal plane). Your look straight ahead. Follows a complex bending forward (arms, knees and head) until the palms are touching. Is the lowest position of the movement. Pull your arms to the middle of your abdomen simultaneously with a straighten of the back. Is the end of a movement. On the ascendant path of movement, is made the inspiration. On the descendant path of movement, is made the expiration. Repeat this cycle 6 times and then return to Dan Tian stance. Test your position with the following pictures (note: to watch in best resolution, click on them).
6th position: Rowing a Boat
6th position: Rowing a Boat
  Highest point of movement
Highest point of movement
  Lowest point of movement
Lowest point of movement