Do-In ‘The Way In’
Do-In is the Japanese name for a collection of
physical and mental exercises that originated in China around 500 BC.
It is a form of movement based on traditional Asian medicine that
aims to prevent illnesses. These physical and mental exercises
originate from Buddhism, Shintoism and Taoism, and they can also
be found in other Asian disciplines such as Aikido, Qiqong, Tai-Chi,
Yoga, Zen and various other meditation practises.
The exercises are performed in a calm way to allow full attention
to be paid to breathing technique. With Do-In many people find that
they strengthen not only the body´s flexibility, but also psychological
flexibility and defensibility. Improved levels of concentration and
reasoning gained by practising Do-In allow you to better handle
Do-In can be performed by anyone and it is an excellent
low-impact way to keep fit. During a Do-In course you will
learn how to use meridians and acupuncture points to deal with
everyday complaints, such as headache, nausea and tiredness.