Author: Chinese Wisdom Traditions

5 Element Qigong in Portland, Oregon



WuXingFa 五行法 (Five Element Qigong) is an essential Qigong form from China’s EMei shamanic tradition.


Please join Master Zhongxian Wu in exploring the essential components of internal alchemy practice:

HuoShui 火水 (Fire-Water), MuJin木金 (Wood-Metal), and Tu 土 (Earth) and create a relaxed mind-body dance that stretches and strengthens the entire body.


Regular practice of Five Element Qigong harmonizes your five organ systems, enhances your vitality, and increases your healing skills, whether you are focused on self-healing or doing healing work with others.

BaGua XinJing in Aberdeen, Scotland

Dai Family XinYi 心意 is China’s most esoteric qigong and internal martial arts system.

Join Master Zhongxian Wu for training in HunYuanZhuang 混元樁, the fundamental XinYi standing posture, and the BaGua XinJing 心鏡, eight gentle movements designed to increase physical strength, nourish the joints and balance the mind.

Cosmic Orbit in Aberdeen, Scotland

Chinese Shamanic Cosmic Orbit Qigong is an essential Qigong form from China’s EMei shamanic tradition.

This 12-movement form harnesses key components of ancient shamanic Qigong lineages – mudra, mantra and visualization.



Please join us and experience harmony within the 12 primary acupuncture meridians of your body.

Dragon Body Internal Alchemy, NY, NY

The Secret of Daoist Internal Alchemy

In Chinese culture, the dragon represents mystery, flexibility, transformation, spirituality, and power.

The 6 gentle, yet powerful movements of the Dragon Body practice awaken the transformative power of the dragon within and connects us with DaoQi 道氣.

Come shake your scales, sharpen your claws, coil your body, wind the Qi, weave the tapestry of the universe, and soar in the clouds!

HuaShan 24 – part 1 in Accord, NY

From the Daoist Hidden Immortal Lineage

HuaShan 華山 24 – part 1


This autumn will mark the 15th anniversary of the passing of one of my most influential teachers, Grandmaster Yang RonJi 楊榮籍. 

According to Daoist numerology, the number 15 represents perfect, complete cycle, reunion, and return.


In special honor of his returning spirit, I am sharing the HuaShan 24 Form, one of the most simple, yet most challenging and most powerful forms I have ever practiced, with others.


I clearly remember the exact moment Grandmaster Yang began to teach me the HuaShan 24 Form. After many years of training the Hidden Immortal Lineage Taiji form, one on one, he told me that he believed I had mastered the physical aspects of my Taiji form and that it was time for me to find my GongFu 功夫 (meaning inner power) within my Taiji. The HuaShan 24 is the form he taught me in order to help me get to the next level.


Since then, I have practiced the HuaShan 24 to strengthen my GongFu regularly and held the practice secret. For the first time, I am now ready to share the entire form with students. All students who are ready to take this challenge are welcome to join us for part one of the form in October (part two will come in 2017)!


2-7 October, 2016

Northern Dipper Temple

Accord, NY