Mantak Chia

Master Mantak Chia is the founder of the Universal Healing Tao System, as taught throughout the world to tens of thousands of students of the Tao. 

Dr. Jwing-Ming Yang

Dr. Jwing-Ming Yang is founder of Yang's Martial Arts Association and is a renowned author and teacher of Chinese martial arts and qi gong. Born in Taiwan, he has trained and taught for over forty-five years.

Li Junfeng

Master Li achieved international fame as a popular film actor, action director, and the coach of the Beijing Wushu team. At the height of his career his success brought him into contact with a spiritual master who taught him a simple but profound meditation technique, the Union of Three Hearts. His meditation practice subsequently led to a life-changing epiphany that led to his founding of Shan Zhen Gong.

Zhong Xuechao

Zhong Xuechao (Master Bing), is a 15th generation Wudang Sanfeng Kungfu master. He has over 20 years of experience teaching wudang kungfu to students all over the world and was selected as the leader of the Wudang Daoist Association Wudang Wushu Exhibition Troupe in 1998, and as the director of Wushu Association in Danjiangkou City of Hubei Province in 2003.

Yuan Xiu Gang

Master Yuan Xiu Gang was born in 1971, and has been studying Chinese Martial Arts since he was 7 years old. He is an ordained Daoist priest (Daoist name: Shi Mao) and a 15th generation disciple of the Wudang San Feng Sect. The San Feng lineage dates back to the 14th century when Zhang San Feng became enlightened by the Dao and created Taijiquan. Master Yuan currently teaches  Martial Arts and Daoist Culture at his school in Wudang that opened in 2004.

Mingtong Gu

Master Mingtong Gu, founder of the Chi Center, is a qi gong master who offers the ancient teachings of Wisdom Healing Qigong for contemporary times.

Shi Xinggui

Shi Xinggui became a student at the Shaolin Monastery at the age of eight. In 1988 the author won the National Championship title for kung fu (70 kg class) in Shaolin and again in 1993 and 1994 in Zheng Zou. He received his Shaolin diploma in 1989 from Master Shi De Yuan. He now lives and teaches in Goldegg, Austria.

Shi Heng Yi

Master Yi belongs to the 35th Generation of Shaolin Masters. He is the headmaster of the Shaolin Temple Europe where he teaches qi gong and kung fu.

Tu Jin Sheng

Grandmaster Tu Jin-Sheng is a world renown teacher of Taoist qi gong and Chinese medicine. He is recognized as a Professor in medical societies in Taiwan, Japan, Canada and the U.S.A. He is also a master painter and musician.

Zhou Ting Jue

Grandmaster Zhou has over 70 years of personal, professional and competitive Kung Fu (Kung Fu, Qi Gong, Tai Ji, Xingyi, Baguazhang, Broadsword, Cudgel, Sword, Nei Gong, Traditional Chinese Medicine, etc.) practice and has mastered and created hundreds of forms, including his own personal form/school of Qi Gong.

Wudang Chen

Master Chen was chosen as a child to be trained by 5 elder Daoist Masters in the sacred Wudang Temples. Traditional Daoism of Wu Dang is an ancient mystical practice based on thousands of years of observation of the universe and our true nature within it. Through intensive training in a harsh environment, Chen learned the skills to master mind, body, and spirit. He holds two sacred lineages of knowledge, Long Men Pai (Dragon’s Gate) and Zhang San Feng Pai. He came to the United States in 1990 with a mission to teach Daoist practical philosophies to empower Westerners and founded Dao Masters. He runs the Dao House in Estes Park Colorado. 

Yuanming Zhang 

Since 1992 Grandmaster Zhang has devoted himself to bringing these traditional arts to the Western world, teaching Medical Qigong and Internal Kung Fu seminars, private lessons and giving private Medical Qi Gong treatments.

Zhou Xuan Yun

Master Zhou started teaching qi gong in China in 1997, then in the United States in 2009, and most recently, he has built teaching partnerships with martial arts schools in Europe. He has taught students from over 25 different countries and is considered to be the first disciple of Wudang to build a Daoist Center in the United States.

Daisy Lee

Daisy Lee is certified as a Level III Advanced Qigong Instructor and Clinical Practitioner by the National Qigong Association of America, as well as being a past board member on the International Qigong Science Association in Beijing. She is also the founder of Radiant Lotus Qigong.

Robert Peng

Robert is the author of The Master Key: Qigong Secrets for Vitality, Love, and Wisdom, and the DVD/CD companion series, The Master Key. He has been a regular presenter at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Esalen Institute, Integrative Health Symposium, and many other organizations and schools.

Mimi Kuo Deemer

Mimi is an author and teacher of qigong, internal martial arts (6th generation Baguazhang), mindfulness and Daoist Flow yoga.

Zi Xiao

Alex Mieza (Taoist name Master Zī Xiǎo 资晓) is an international master of Chinese Traditional Martial Arts and Taoist Internal Health Cultivation Arts from Wudang Mountains.

Dr. George Qi Love

Master Qi Love began teaching qi gong classes for Master Lee in 1985. In 1994 Master Lee conferred upon him the lineage of his family qi gong. He was given the name Zhenwu and made the 13th lineage holder of Qing Long Qi Gong. As the lineage holder, he was asked to write a book and perform qi gong healing that is called Blue Dragon Immortal Qi Gong. The responsibility of being the lineage holder required him to teach and travel so that the formerly hidden knowledge would be securely planted in the West.

Dr. Roger Jahnke

Dr. Jahnke, O.M.D., has dedicated his professional life to sharing the powerful ancient healing traditions of China. He is the director and chief instructor of the Institute of Integral Qigong & Tai Chi, Santa Barbara, California; and a cofounder and recent chairperson of the board of the National Qigong Association. With almost 30 years of clinical practice as a physician of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and ten search tours to China, Dr. Jahnke has emerged as a key spokesperson for Tai Chi  (Taiji) and Qi Gong (Chi Kung) in the west and is a master teacher of these arts. He has studied hundreds of forms of Qi Gong with master teachers and visited numerous hospitals, institutes, training centers, temples, and sacred sites in China, focusing on the cultivation of Qi (Chi).

Marisa Cranfill

Marisa is the founder of YOQI yoga+qigong. Frequent trips to Asia as a child inspired Marisa to study academically and work there for over 15 years. While living in China and Thailand she received direct transmission from Qigong masters, nuns and healers in both the Buddhist and Taoist traditions. Marisa developed YOQI over years of teaching Yoga and Qigong at meditation retreats.

Damo Mitchell

Damo is the director of the Lotus Nei Gong International School of Internal Arts as well as owner of the Xian Tian College of Chinese Medicine. He is the author of numerous books on the Daoist arts and a requested speaker on Podcasts and at events globally. Born in the South of the UK, he spent his childhood and younger years immersed in the Japanese and Chinese combative systems. As he grew old enough to travel and explore deeper, he moved into the medicinal and a spiritual arts of the Far-East. These studies have taken him across China, India and South East Asia for over two decades in search of hidden lineages and authentic masters of the internal arts.

Lee Holden

A student of Mantak Chia and founder of Holden Qi Gong, Lee has been sharing the wisdom and beauty of qi gong practices for over 25 years and currently does workshops online and in person annually.

Elizabeth Seraphine

Elizabeth is the creator of The Priestess Path, sharing sacred feminine wisdom to empower the modern spiritual-sexual woman. She is the first female master in her martial art lineage and holds five black belts in Shaolin Kung Fu and Qigong. As a pioneer in the field of women’s empowerment, she weaves together the many lineages she has apprenticed for women to embody the Divine Feminine.

Kai Van Bodhi

Kai is a pioneer in the field of Holistic Medicine integrating both Ancient Alchemy and Modern Neuroscience into a complete and accessible pathway to unlocking human potential. Holding a masters degree in Oriental Medicine he is an artful teacher of meditation, taichi, qigong and developer of the Pathway of Power.

David Beaudry

David is a Master of Medical Qigong finishing his doctorate at the International Institute of Medical Qigong. He is at the cutting edge where science meets energy and spirit. In bringing together his knowledge of the human energy system, consciousness research, genetics, psychology, breath-work, strength training and coaching, he is helping develop dynamic systems of unlocking our hidden human potential and creator of the Noble Movement Academy.

Brent Thomas

Brent has been studying Qi Gong for over 20 years and teaching for over a decade. He has a Masters degree in Chinese Medicine from the Texas Health and Science University (formerly the Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine) and has taught at the Paleo f(x)™ conference as well as festivals such as Art Outside, Sonic Bloom SolarPunk Summit and HDYH Fest. He currently teaches at the 3rd Eye Meditation Lounge in the village at Casa de Luz, Shuniya Yoga Collective and the Body Collective in Austin Texas. Brent is the founder of Golden Monkey Qi Gong, Qi Resource and Qi Retreats.

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