Fire Dragon Qigong

April 2003 KUNGFU QIGONG MAGAZINE Fire Dragon Qigong 111 year Old Grandmaster Lu Zijian’s Dragon Gate By Chen Zhiming, Stephen Jackowicz and Symon Stanley In the West, though we continue to learn more about the internal martial arts and qi cultivation practices of China, the average student is familiar with …

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My Sister, The Moon

THE BOSTON WOMEN’S JOURNAL, June/July 2002 MY SISTER, THE MOON -­ THE TRADITIONAL CHINESE APPROACH TO WOMEN’S HEALTH By: Zhang Yuanming and Stephen Jackowicz M. AC., Lic.Ac. The current trend in women’s health is focused on holistic ap­proaches to concerns that have existed for hundreds of years. Within this movement, traditional Chinese methods such as …

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Five Elements Qigong

KUNGFU & QIGONG MAGAZINE. Feb/Mar 1996 Five Elements Qigong, Part 1—Metal-Lung Qigong by Yuanming Zhang Qigong, a combination of Chinese martial arts and traditional medicine, is one of China’s most well-known and popular activities. Practicing qigong allows you to open the body’s channels and meridians and absorb outside, or universal, energy …

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From the Heartland of the Dragon

KUNGFU & QIGONG MAGAZINE, SUMMER 1994 From the Heartland of the Dragon: The Classical Teachings of Yuanming Zhang by Heiner Fruehauf, Ph.D. Tianfu: Home of the Dragon. I had first come to Sichuan Province in the spring of 1983, searching for one of the last traditional enclaves on the Chinese mainland. I strolled through the narrow …

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