Daishakar Sit down Japanese style on your knees. Your Mobile number has been verified! What happens when I have an item in my cart but it is less than the eligibility threshold? Tablets 7 — 7.
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As I am an Asian, I would like to introduce a popular exercise program in Asia. His family has developed Nishi-Medicine that provided exercises in order to get correct upright spine, facilitate blood circulation through the capillary vessels. The goldfish exercise Put your clasped hands behind your neck. Lay down straightly. And then shake your hip to the left and right sides with pulling toes toward your head. It looks like a swimming carp.
This exercise should be taken for a minute. Do this twice daily after wake-up and before sleep. This exercise is good for scoliosis, adjusting any deviated vertebra, relieving undue strains of the spinal nerves.
Furthermore it helps to get normal circulation of the blood. The capillarity exercise Lay down on a hard pillow. Stretch out hands and legs vertically as far as possible to the ceiling. And pull your feet horizontally with ground. In this state, vibrate hands and legs simultaneously in 2 minutes. Through this exercises you can enhance the blood circulation and capillary vessels functionally. By doing this, you can prevent heart disease, high blood pressure, or arteriosclerosis.
The palm and sole Lay straight down, and put your palms together as well as soles. Firstly stretch out your arms toward overhead and then backward. Legs are same motion as arms do.
This exercise is good for coordinating the functions of the muscle, nerve and blood vessel in the regions of the pelvis, abdomen, and thigh.
To improve his health, Katsuzo did all he could. His parents placed him to live in a Buddhist monastery, where he learned a lot about meditation and swordplay techniques. As Katsuzo grew older he discovered a lot of literature that he placed his interests into, he read a lot contemporary books that were written by modern doctors as well as ancient treatments about Easter and European medicine. Later on, he wrote his own book as well, in which he set up his own system for strengthening the body. In this article we brought 6 rules that you can find in his book, which gained a lot of attention since this was explained 90 years ago. Rule 1: A Hard Back Spinal curvature can cause a lot of problems for our organs. A healthy and strong back is knowingly very important, so the author paid a lot attention to it.
Nishi sistem – Šest japanskih vježbi za dug život, mladolikost i savršeno zdravlje
You are on page 1of 29 Search inside document The Nishi System is a methodology for the maintenance and recovery of good health that was first introduced in by Katsuzo Nishi, who at the time was the chief technical engineer for Japans first subway project, the Tokyo subway. From childhood Nishi was weak of constitution, and realizing that the medical science of the day could not cure his ailments, he independently undertook in his late teens the study and practice of what would amount to some types of folk cures and health methods, both ancient and contemporary, Oriental and Occidental. Adding to these his own theories about the dynamics of the human body based on the mechanical science he studied in his own specialty, civil engineering, he established the Nishi-shiki Health Method. THE NISHI SYSTEM His theories are characterized by the idea that, in spite of the fact that the human bone structure and positioning of the internal organs are basically the same as those evolved for the mammalian species that ambulate on four legs, human being have adopted a basically upright two-legged life style that places certain structural strains on the human bone structure, resulting in problems like obstruction of the flow of food through the intestines constipation due to the unnatural vertical positioning of the organs. As methods to compensate for these structural defects, Nishi conceived and encouraged the use of treatment through exercises such as the goldfish movement style spinal column rectification exercise and the Nishi-shiki health fortifying technique lateral vibration exercise know as the Haifuku Undo. Furthermore, based on the structure of the human network of arteries and veins, Nishi refuted the heart-driven blood circulation theory of William Harvey, proposing instead a theory that the capillaries provided the true driving force of the circulatory system.