For the better part of its existence, Danjeon Breathing was limited to less than 100 core wellness poses. It was these cores wellness poses that made it possible for this self-healing energy art to endure for centuries.
Our self-paced, home study system is built around the 57 core wellness poses that date back to the very inception of this Korean self-healing energy art. It features a unique rapid access to knowledge design and address over ninety percent of the typical needs of first-time practitioners.
The Feel Better on Your Own Danjeon Breathing for Wellness system is based upon the Suseonjae style and is available in three variants. The complete system, low-impact exercises only and high-impact exercises only. All three are described on this page.
The Complete System
Our complete system includes a Welcome DVD; two standardized exercise programs DVDs, three trainer reference DVDs and an illustrated 192-page, 7.4″ x 9.7″ full-color Symptoms Handbook.
The heart of this self-paced home study solution is the Symptoms Handbook and the three Trainer Reference DVDs, which are only available with the complete system.
The advantage of buying the complete system is the that you can personalize your exercise plan, based on any of the standardized low-impact and high-impact exercise programs. This is a simple process thanks to the Rapid Access to Knowledge Design of the Trainer Reference System.
All six of the DVDs that come with our system are copyable, so original purchasers can make a personal copies for their own home and office use. Providing copies to anyone else is prohibited.
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The Welcome DVD is included with the complete system and low-impact exercises only and high-impact exercises only variants. It is a great place to begin because it features Master Roar Sheppard and Instructor Paula-Anne Damaskinos telling their own stories of how they first came to Danjeon Breathing.
Each of the two exercise programs DVDs for low-impact and high-impact exercises each features three standardized exercises for: clarity, health and stamina.
No matter which variant you purchase; you always begin with a standardized exercise program. This is the fast-track way to enjoy the wellness benefits of this ancient self-healing energy art. All it takes is 20 minutes a day.
The three Trainer Reference DVDs are used in conjunction with the Symptoms Handbook. Each gives more detailed information about each pose, so that you can personalize your exercise plan using any of the standardized low-impact and high-impact exercise programs. Creating your own customized exercise program is simple process thanks to the Rapid Access to Knowledge Design of the Trainer Reference System.
Rapid Access to Knowledge Design
As with most self-healing energy arts, Danjeon Breathing is commonly practiced in a classroom setting, and it can take students several months to master the core concepts. What makes the Feel Better on Your Own Danjeon Breathing for Wellness self-paced home study system unique, is that it is designed to reduce the typical classroom learning curve from months to weeks.
There are three reasons for this significantly shorter learning curve.
- Target Audience: This system is designed for survivalists the most difficult requirement of all. This is because these users must get results fast and will have no time for lengthy, esoteric conversations.
- Core Wellness Poses: This system addresses the common needs of ninety percent of practitioners and uses the time-tested, 57 core wellness poses dating back to the inception of the art.
- Rapid Access to Knowledge Design: The Symptoms Handbooks which is the core of the system, features a table of contents plus four indices. The result of this goal-driven design is that you can find an appropriate pose for your need, in a matter of seconds.
If you are attending a Danjeon Breathing class, you will learn about the philosophical aspects of the art, and you will have the opportunity to be introduced to many of the newer poses have evolved over recent years, intended for spiritual development.
However, there is nothing spiritual about our home study course. It is solely about getting the fastest wellness results possible, and the information in the Symptoms Handbook is organized around a Rapid Access to Knowledge Design created by courseware developer Marshall Masters.
Marshall evolved and perfected this knowledge access design during his years as an information systems analyst. His Silicon Valley consulting clients included AT&T, HP, Lockheed Martin, Oracle and Sun Microsystems, and he used this method to explain large, complex systems in a problem-solving way to the users of these systems.
Marshall applied the very same knowledge access techniques to the topic of Danjeon Breathing, based upon a core curriculum of 57 Danjeon Breathing poses for clarity, health and stamina. Where you, the user will find the power of this system is in the front of the book, with the table of contents and indices.
The first thing you will notice when using the table of contents and indices at the front of the book, is that the entries are color-coded. This is because all of the 57 poses in this system are organized into three main color-coded categories: low-impact (blue), universal (green) and high-impact (red.)
After the Table of Contents, comes the Symptoms Index. This alphabetical index presents the 57 poses in this system as they apply to a range of common physical and psychological issues and concerns. If you know what hurts, use this to find what works.
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Focusing attention on a given part of the body, is the most common reason for customizing an exercise plan. This is when you’ll want to use the Body Parts Index. It presents the 57 poses in this system with the following categories: Assessment and Head, Neck and Shoulders, Chest and Arms, Midsection, Thighs and Knees and Legs, Ankles and Feet.
The Elements Index will enable you to fine-tune your exercise plan in a very personal way, by knowing which rules the way the your body responds to the environment. In the first section of the book, you’ll learn how to identify your predominate ruling element.
And lastly is the Exercise Stages Index. It presents the 57 poses in this system as they are used during the four stages of every exercise program: release, immersion, breathing and return. Say, for example, you want to customize your exercise plan so that you can optimize your retention of life force energy. For this requirement, you’ll want to focus on the range of poses available for the return phase.
The second, third and fourth sections of the book present all of the 57 poses in this system organized by physical challenge: low-impact, universal and high-impact. The first page of each pose offers a description plus the following attributes: student level, body part, element, therapy target, exercise programs, exercise state and symptoms. The second page of each pose explains how to perform the pose and the appropriate number of repetitions.
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