About Exploring Qigong

Exploring Qigong is a new course focusing on the Yin and Yang aspects of Qigong. In this course sifu Torben Bremann introduces you to the foundations of Qigong practice.

You will be guided through various exercises; standing meditation, Qigong routines from various systems and get a thorough introduction on how to work with the Qi.

When you subscribe to the rolling course you will get access to one new video of top-quality instruction pr. week as well as continuous access to previous weeks videos as long as you have an active membership. You will have access 24/7 wherever you are! The course also includes written instructions from time to time as well as access to a private Facebook group for subscribers where it is possible to ask questions, share videos, etc. and get feedback.

Subscription options

Check out the different subscription options we have on offer. The course will start in 2021.

Soaring Crane Qigong

Soaring Crane Qigong was introduced to the world in 1979 by Master Zhao Jin-Xiang. With thousands of qigong forms available, Soaring Crane Qigong rapidly became (and remains) one of the most popular forms in China, with well over 20,000,000 people practicing. The reasons are many: The Five Routines of Soaring Crane Qigong are easily learned, students begin to notice changes in mind, body, and spirit shortly after beginning practice, and it is one of the most effective forms of medical qigong practiced today.

5 Animals Qigong

The animal sets are among the oldest registered qigong sets and can be dated back to Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220). The creation of Wu Qin Xi was attributed the famous Chinese Physician and Surgeon Hua Tuo (110-207) who had great skills as a surgeon, acupuncturist, herbalist and knowledge of human anatomy.

Baduanjin Qigong

Baduanjin Qigong, (also called Eight-Section Brocades/Eight Silk Weaving, etc.), is along with the 5-animal sets, probably one of the oldest qigong sets, with illustrations dating back thousands of years.

Emei Qigong

Emei Qigong combines both Buddhist and Daoist thought and practices, with the Daoist elements addressing the health of the physical body and the Buddhist elements focusing on spiritual advancement.

Hunyuan Qigong

Hunyuan Qigong is a system of qigong created by Taijiquan Master Feng Zhiqiang. Master Feng received transmission from two of the titans of twentieth century internal martial arts, Chen Family Taijiquan Grandmaster Chen Fake and Xinyi Liuhequan Grandmaster Hu Yaozhen (considered by many to be the father of modern qigong).

Torbens Qigong Lineage

Torben has practiced many styles of Qigong, but his main inspirations are in these 4 lineages. You can read more about the teachers from these lineages in the articles section.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    The basics

    • Loosening and warmup exercises

    • Wuji - Standing Meditation.

    • Basic connection exercise - relating to gravity

    • Qi - feeling and sensing it.

    • Daoyin - self massage

  • 2

    Soaring Crane 1

    • Soaring Crane 1, First part.

    • Soaring Crane 1, Second part.

    • Soaring Crane 1, Third part.

  • 3

    Standing meditation

    • Standing meditation. To build up the energy and recharge.

  • 4

    Grandmaster Zheng Manqing Qigong

    • Grandmaster Zheng Manqing Qigong, First part.

    • Grandmaster Zheng Manqing Qigong, Second part.

    • Grandmaster Zheng Manqing Qigong, the full set.

  • 5

    Soaring Crane 2

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 2, First part.

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 2, Second part.

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 2, Full set

    • Balancing the 3 dantian

  • 6

    Hunyan Qigong 1

    • Hunyuan Qigong, First part

    • Hunyuan Qigong, Second part

    • Standing meditation. Different positions and the circle.

  • 7

    Soaring Crane 3

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 3, First part

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 3, Second part

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 3, Full set

    • Standing Meditation from the Soaring Crane Qigong system

  • 8

    Hunyan Qigong 2

    • Hunyuan Qigong, Third part

    • Hunyuan Qigong, Fourth part

  • 9

    Soaring Crane 4

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 4, First part

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 4, Second part

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 4, Full set

    • Soaring Crane 4, raw.

  • 10

    Hunyuan Qigong 3

    • Hunyuan Qigong, fifth part

  • 11

    Soaring Crane 5

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 5, First part

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 5, Second part

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 5, Full set

    • Standing meditation - focus on internal breathing and Qi

  • 12


    • Taijiruler 1

    • Taijiruler 2

  • 13


    • Baduanjin 1 - Supporting the Sky with both hands

    • Baduanjin 2 - Drawing a bow to each side

    • Baduanjin 3 - Alternate raising one hand

    • Baduanjin 4 - Looking back

    • Baduanjin 5 - Lowering the head and hips, the Rhinos and the Deer

    • Baduanjin 6 - Touching the feet with both hands

    • Baduanjin 7 - Clenching the fists - the Lion

    • Baduanjin 8 - Shaking the body ward off all illnesses

    • Baduanjin - All eight

  • 14

    Emei Qigong

    • Emei Qigong, First part

    • Emei Qigong, Second part

    • Emei Qigong, Full set

  • 15

    Hunyuan Qigong 4

    • Hunyuan Qigong, sixth part

    • Hunyuan Qigong, seven parts

  • 16

    Five element Qigong

    • Five element Qigong - Earth

    • Five element Qigong - Metal

    • Five element Qigong - Water

    • Five element Qigong - Wood

    • Five element Qigong - Fire

    • Five element Qigong - All five

  • 17

    Five Animal Qigong

    • The Bear, First part

    • The Bear, Second part

    • The Bear, Third part

    • The Bear, Full set

    • The Tiger First part

    • The Tiger, Second part

    • The Tiger, Third part

    • The Tiger, Fourth part

    • The Tiger, Full set

  • 18

    Emei Qigong, second set

    • Emei Qigong, first part

    • Emei Qigong, second part

    • Emei Qigong, full set

  • 19

    Lying Qigong

    • Opening the spine, relaxing and taking advantage of gravity's pull in us

    • Lying Zhanzhuang - focus on recharging

    • Lying Zhanzhuang - the standard positions

  • 20

    Sitting Qigong

    • Opening up the spine - sitting

    • Setting the shoulders

    • Sitting Zhanzhuang

  • 21

    Soaring Crane 6

    • Soaring Crane Qigong 6 - the full set

  • 22

    Soaring Crane Qigong - all 5 standard sets in one flow

    • Soaring Crane Qigong - all 5 standard sets in flow

  • 23

    Sitting and Standing meditation (Zhanzhuang)

    • Opening the spine and joints - from sitting to standing

    • Opening the spine and joints

    • Heaven, Man Earth in oneness

  • 24

    Hunyuan Qigong 5

    • Hunyuan Qigong, eight part

  • 25

    Mixing it up

    • Taijiruler - Standing Meditation

    • Sitting meditation – entering the state of deep relaxation and peace

    • Reverse breathing and sinking the Qi

    • Exercises for the feet to create rooting and grounding

    • Breathing from the lower dantian

    • Visualisation and standing

    • Building up Qi

    • Lying exercise to relax deeply

    • Microcosmic orbit meditation

    • Sitting Meditation – drawing on the power of the Universe

    • The "last" session

  • 26

    Teaching situations

    • Sam Tam

Bonus material

Our courses give you access to so much more!

  • Written instructions

    In addition to the video courses, you will get access to a number of written instructions that will help you deepen your practice.

  • Facebook group

    As a subscriber on exploring taiji or exploring qigong you get access to a closed facebook group where you can ask questions directly to Torben.

  • Bonus videos

    Each of our courses also contains bonus material from Torbens extensive video library of training sessions with his teachers.

Buy the Book!

This book is a book about Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Standing Meditation. The book is both an introduction to, and an in-depth presentation. The book addresses the beginner, the more experienced student, and the teacher. It covers the Martial, as well as the Civil art of Tai Chi.There are many training systems that are focused on strengthening the body, but that have very little or no relevance to the strengthening and development of the mind.

In reverse there exist many meditative practices, which are focused on the strengthening and development of the mind, but in the same way neglect the body. Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Standing Meditation are training systems which both strengthen the mind, the ability to use the body more appropriately, as well as strengthening the internal organs. They will help you find tranquility, balance, rest, and regeneration, and help the individual to become better at exactly what he or she yearns for.