Learn with Dr. Yang

Video courses, webinars, and in-person classes

Courses

These courses were shot at the YMAA Retreat Center and produced by Barking Rabbit Media.

Available at WuAnMartialArts.com (YMAA Wu An)

Martial Grand Circulation is part of Dr. Yang’s daily morning routine which includes:

Released July 2023

Martial Grand Circulation

This course explains the theory of Martial Grand Circulation and how to apply it for increased power manifestation.

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. There are several common qigong circulation practices such as small circulation, grand circulation, and four gates breathing.

In Martial Grand Circulation, practitioners use mental focus to lead their qi to their hands for increased striking power. There are three ways to manifest jing (martial power): hard jing, soft-hard jing, and soft jing.

In this course, Dr. Yang introduces qigong theory and instructs viewers on how to practice manifesting soft-hard jing and soft jing from a seated position. Included is a bonus follow along video.

Running time: 20 minutes

Dantian Conditioning is part of Dr. Yang’s daily morning routine which includes:

Released May 2023

Dantian Conditioning

In traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts, the dantian is believed to be the center of vital energy and considered 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.

The dantian is often referred to as the “second brain” because it is considered a center of consciousness, intuition, and emotional processing. Western cultures recognize it with the expressions, “gut instinct” and “trust your gut.” By cultivating and harnessing the energy in the dantian, practitioners aim to enhance physical health, martial capability, emotional balance, and spiritual development.

In this course, Dr. Yang introduces:

Running time: 37 minutes

Released May 2022

Sitting Qigong Exercises

Dr. Yang’s 15-minute daily routine

Release tension, improve qi circulation, and feel relaxed and refreshed

This comprehensive set includes stretches and exercises which target the entire body. Compiled by Dr. Yang from various qigong sets, these movements can be modified to suit individual needs.

Running time: 1 hour 9 minutes

Webinars

No live webinars scheduled at this time.

Webinar recordings available exclusively at WuAnMartialArts.com (YMAA Wu An) for a limited time.

Released August 2022

Dao De Jing: A Qigong Interpretation

Dao De Jing and applications in life

Running time: 2 hours 53 minutes

McKinleyville, CA

Classes with Dr. Yang

8am - 9am weekly
$10 /hour or
$150 /month for all classes
Location

2112 Ollivier Road, McKinleyville, CA 95519

Please contact Dr. Yang if you’re interested.

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