Dao De Jing: a Qigong Interpretation
Recording of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming’s webinar
Seven Star Praying Mantis Kung Fu
- Sat, Sept 17 – Qin Na
- Sun, Sept 18 – Taiji Applications & White Crane Soft Qigong
- Sat, Sept 24 – White Crane Qigong
- Sun, Sept 25 – Qin Na
Wu An Martial Arts – YMAA Wu An
Fri, Sept 30 – Soft & Hard Martial Applications
Yang’s Andover Tai Chi
- Tue, Sept 27 – Basic Principles of Tai Chi Chuan
- Sat, Oct 1 – Qigong Grand Circulation
- Sun, Oct 2 – Medical/Healing Qigong
Qigong Grand Circulation
An ancient path toward spiritual enlightenment. Learn how to disconnect from chaos through qigong practice to calm the mind, body, and spirit.
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming’s long awaited book on Qigong Grand Circulation is now available.
April 4th – New interview! Read Dr. Yang’s interview with Gene Ching of Kung Fu Magazine.com.
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming (楊俊敏) is one of the most prolific authors in the world of martial arts and qigong. He is known for using his scientific background to introduce ancient qigong theories and practices to western audiences.
Dr. Yang’s martial arts background lies in White Crane Kung Fu, Long Fist Kung Fu, and Yang-style Taijiquan (Tai Chi). He is also well known for his teachings on Qin Na (Chin Na, joint-locks).
In 1982, he established Yang’s Martial Arts Association (YMAA) in Boston, MA. YMAA has since grown into a network of 30 schools in over 15 countries. Dr. Yang has traveled the world teaching at seminars and training camps.
Since 2005, Dr. Yang has resided in northern California where he trained a group of disciples in a multi-year comprehensive training program from 2008-2018. Today, he continues to author books and teach seminars online and around the world.
Tai Chi Push Hands: The Martial Foundation of Tai Chi Chuan
The Dao in Action: Inspired Tales for Life
The Dao De Jing: A Qigong Interpretation
The heart (emotional mind) is as calm as water.
Chinese Martial Arts Proverb
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Yáng Family Heights
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