When you register for participation in an activity of ShenBUQI® International you agree with these general terms and conditions.
Mental, physical and social integrity are central to the activities.
• Accuracy and correctness
Care is sought from all parties. Even though the activities are safe and the teacher(s) look after the wellbeing of
the pupils, the pupil himself is responsible for the execution of the activity.
It is recommended that physical or mental limitations be reported to the teacher(s) in advance. The teacher(s) are not
liable for any physical or mental damage resulting from the activities and information offered.
During the lessons, always be mindful of your own limits and those of others. It is about an activity that brings
well-being to yourself but also to others. Be considerate of each other.
- Lying Down Daoyin
- Dragon Daoyin
Antwerp EU sports capital 2013
Just a few seconds (0:07 - 0:12) but oh-so-beautiful
Shenbuqi class 2019
Certificate presentation NanPai Stok 4 April 2016
YiJin Daoyin Certificate presentation 6 July 2014
Mortsel Certificate presentation Taiji37 24 March 2013
Martial Arts Weekend 4 March 2012
Antwerp GB Shopping Center 31 January 2010
TaijiQuan demonstration Queen Paola Brussel 14 January 2010
The books are available at courses given within the Dr. Shen Hongxun - Shen Zhengyu lineage.
2021 - WuQinXi Daoyin - Five Animals Daoyin
The WuQinXi Daoyin describes in detail the five classical animals (tiger, monkey, bear, crane, deer) with detailed
comments and their health-promoting aspects. Shen Zhengyu also extends this qigong series to other animals.
Treatment system developed by Dr. Shen Hongxun, in which the double vicious circle and the removal of binqi by
using taiji forces are the key elements.
Continuation of Dr. Shen Hongxun's BUQI® system by Shen Zhengyu.
It usually refers to the lower dantian. The dantian is located in the lower abdomen, is a centre of production
and distribution of qi (vital life energy).
The word daoyin consists of two separate concepts. Both 'dao' and 'yin' have the meaning of leading. Together,
they describe 'exercises in which a clear objective is pursued'; in this case, the promotion of physical and mental
health. Old word for qigong.
Concentration of the inner energy "force". (Not muscle power)
Kungfu - Gongfu
The acquisition of skill through prolonged practice.
Negative abdominal breathing
Breathing technique where, while inhaling, one gently retracts the lower abdominal muscles (between the navel
and the pubic bone) and slightly raises the perineum. While breathing out, you relax the retracted lower abdominal
muscles and the perineum sinks back in.
Opening up the joints
By performing the correct relaxation technique, it is possible to create more space within a joint.
TaijiQuan: unarmed combat according to the principles of taiji
Energy in the body. This is developed through sensitivity, breathing and movement, internal processes and Chi
Qi is an old word with many different meanings. In human terms it means vital life energy.
The word qigong consists of two separate concepts. Qi simply means 'energy' and gong means 'skill'. Qigong is a
collective word for all kinds of practice systems which optimise the function of qi.
Physical: relaxing the muscles so that the tendons are freed from tension and more space can be created in the
joints - looking for the minimum of tension to maintain a posture. Too much emphasis on relaxation often leads to
the collapse of the body. This is to be avoided at all costs.
Movement of the body in which the self-regulating system of the body has the initiative. The consciousness is an
observer of this movement.
Taiji - Taichi - Tai Chi
Taiji is a philosophical concept from Taoism. Taiji arises from Wuji. Taiji represents the creation of an Taiji
represents the creation of an energetic polarity which is constantly changing and which merges into one another. All
phenomena arise from this polarity. It is represented by the yin-yang symbol. Literally translated: the highest
Originally, TaijiQuan was a training in unarmed combat according to the principles of taiji. Important is the
development of inner strength rather than just muscular strength. In the twentieth century TaijiQuan underwent an
evolution evolution from fighting technique to health. Performing a series of successive movements - the form - is
idem TaijiQuan - with a double-edged sword.
idem TaijiQuan - with a stick.
Taiji schools - Taiji styles
The different styles reflect the richness of interpretation and training. Each style has its legitimacy. A
distinction is made between the Northern School (BaPei) and the Southern School (NanPei). The Northern School is
characterised by its defined form and strong military-martial background. The major family styles Yang, Chen, Wu,
Sun, Wu-Hao, ... are part of the Northern school. The Southern style is The Southern style is based on basic
postures which can be spontaneously connected at will. Interactions, mixtures and cross-pollinations are
Taiji forces - inner forces.
Vicious circles of binqi
Fundamental basis of the ShenBUQI® system. Circles that
represent an attitude on a physical, emotional and mental level. These circles, reinforcing each other, cause
accumulation of binqi which eventually can lead to energy disorders.
Wuji is a philosophical concept from Taoism. Wuji is that which is before creation, a state of complete
emptiness, the primal chaos. Literally translated: without principle.
Martial arts, the umbrella name for fighting techniques in China.
Continuation of the Taijiwuxigong system of Dr Shen Hongxun and Dr Xia Tingyu by Shen Zhengyu.
The mind and mental power. These are developed through concentration, meditative exercises, vigilance,