A vast amount of Asian qigong systems comes from Wudang Mountain in Hubei Province, China.
It is the holy retreat and main center for Southern Daoism. This particular Wudang qigong
system is called the Wudang Nourishing Life, karma, and Enlightened Essence Qigong. It is
medical and wisdom enhancing qigong form that is the primary practice of the Dragon Harbor
Wudang Qigong Hospital in Zhejiang, Province. The first part is a standing practice with
thirty six postures and exercises. Then their is a meditation at the end. Wudang Qigong
is a complete cultivation practice in that includes the Micro-Cosmic Orbit, the Marco-Cosmic
Orbit, the Rainbow Orbit and Uniting with Emptiness Meditation.
Practitioners will develop their qi energy, purify their channels, collaterals, and meridians
learn how to exchange and transmit qi energy to treat diseases, increase their awareness and
mediation. They will develop an understanding of Wuji, Taiji, the Three Abilities,
Four Appearances, Five Elements, Six Gatherings, Seven Stars, Bagua, Nine Palaces, and the
The Dao gave birth to the myriad things, and all things return to the Dao!!!
About the Teacher
The seminars teacher Linhai began studying Asian culture and training in the martial arts
in 1973 and ten years later at 21 left for the Far East where he studied kungfu, taji, bagua,
qigong, acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, philosophy, Shamanism, Daoism adn Budhism under some
of the great masters of the East. Fluent is several oriental languages and the author of many
books and articles Linhai has appeared on TV and in the movies in Hong Kong, China and the US.
With over twenty five years of experience he has continually promoted the knowledge of the
ancients from such notable systems Shaolin, Wudang and Emei. He is an honorary member of the
board at the Wudang Qigong Hospital in Zhejiang, China and has taught, treated and
experimented at New York University, Mount Sinai Hospital, Cornell University, Columbia
University and at various institutions and societies around the world. Linhai bridges the
gap between the east and west to make the knowledge of the ancients available to the modern
world. Direct and to the point he cuts out the fluff so that you can apply the techniques you
learn from him immidiately.
A picture is worth a thousand words and a book is worth a thousand pictures, but
there is no substitute for the teacher!!!