New video course released July 2023

Martial Grand Circulation

According to traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts, the dantian is the center of vital energy and a source of physical and spiritual power. The lower dantian, located in the abdomen, is responsible for the storage, transformation, and circulation of energy throughout the body.

In Martial Grand Circulation, practitioners use mental focus to lead their qi to their hands for increased striking power.

New Interview: Neigong & Gongfu

May 14, 2023
Dr. Yang is the featured guest on the Somatic Primer Podcast

The Qigong Collection

In 2022, Dr. Yang updated his Qigong books with the latest revisions including standardized pinyin spelling for all Chinese terms.

Summer 2023

Seminar Topics

Taijiquan / Taiji Sword

July 14 – July 21

Students will have the option to practice:

1) Yang Style Long Form


2) Sword fundamentals and the Yang Style Taiji Sword sequence

Pushing Hands / Taiji Fighting Set​

July 21 – July 28

Students will have the option to practice:

1) Pushing Hands routines


2) Taiji Fighting Set – 2 person sequence

Skill level: Martial application experience is highly recommended

Medical Qigong (Maintenance & Treatment)

July 28 – August 4

This seminar will cover both Medical Qigong for Health Maintenance and Medical Healing Qigong for Illnesses on the following topics:

  • Asthma
  • Breast Cancer
  • Prostate Cancer
  • Digestion Issues
  • Insomnia
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Joint Rehabilitation (knees, hips, spine, shoulders)

Qigong Grand Circulation

August 4 – August 11

Learn the ancient practice of Qigong Grand Circulation to achieve spiritual enlightenment.

Skill level: Intermediate to Advanced

Students should have a basic understanding of Qigong and Embryonic Breathing.

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.

Books Published
Videos Published

Best selling books

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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