Energetic Practice

Maahaah-Rooh energetic exercises have their basis in ancient culture, commonly ascribed to the ancient Indian culture.  The ancestral origins of energy work have revealed themselves to be widespread.  My research shows energy practices go back to ancient Dravidan, Tamil, Vedic, Egypt (Kemet or Nubia), Greek, Druid, the Mayan and Inca civilizations of the Americas, as well as, the eastern Asian communities of China, Tibet, Cambodia, and Thailand.  Ancient Egyptian or Kemetic energy exercises are expressed in the spiritual texts and artwork found in their ancient tombs and temples.  On wall paintings we see figures in positions that we now know to be various yoga, or Tai Chi Chuan postures.  The earliest surviving physical depictions of energy postures were found at Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa, engraved on small seals some 50,000 years ago.  Antediluvian funeral and creation stories reflect the elemental aim of yoga-balance, harmony and universal order.  Many systems have evolved, demonstrating myriads of methods of integrating ones spirit, mind and body.


Anyone can practice energetic exercises (yoga, Tai Chi Chuan, Qi-Gong, Ba/Pa kwa, Hsing-I, or Ki-Aikido).


In the Maahah-Rooh system we have the internal health practices called energetic exercises.  They are a combination of Hatha-Yoga, Tai-chi Chuan, Qi-Gong, Baguazhang, Hsing-I, and Ki exercises from Aikido.


Maahaah-Yoga combines Dravidian, Kemetic, and Taoist Yoga plus Qi Gong, and Tai Chi Chuan principles used in a way that any person between the ages of 4 and 90 can practice it and receive a benefit.  Shakoor has taught persons of all ages and genders successfully.  This system is divided into four parts: standing, ground, breathing and sitting practices.  The Maahaah-Rooh System approach has been successfully used in academic (pre-school to University level), clinical environments, and governmental agencies (law enforcement, city, state and federal). 



  1)  equalizes blood pressure

  2)  aids in controlling diabetes

  3)  stress elimination and relaxation

  4)  helps detoxifies and repair internal organs

  5)  helps digestion

  6)  promotes rejuvenation

  7)  helps cardio and circulation benefits plus many benefits to benefit the immune system

       (energetically) the main



  1)  consistent practice

  2)  repetition (over and over)

  3)  patience (have fun, take your time, and stay relaxed)