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Tag Archives: Qigong
Incredibly excited to welcome Sally Chang to the Academy to teach this simple and important Qigong. Sally Chang teaches the Eight Silk Brocades Qigong from a Daoist Perspective. One of the oldest and most influential Qigong forms still practiced … Continue reading
Our illustrious and accomplished colleague and friend in Sacramento, Sifu Robert Nakashima, has generously created and shared his daily Neigong routine. Running about 20 minutes, even just watching this video provides calm and comfort, although getting up and trying it … Continue reading
Adam Hsu is one of the top Kung Fu teachers in the world. He is also one of the “grandparent” teachers at the Academy, having taught both sifus Linda and Ted. In this series—the first THREE parts now posted—he begins … Continue reading
Just for your information, here is a partial list of the wide range of information available at the Academy of Martial and Internal Arts… Continue reading
October 4th, 2009. We had a great, tough but great, seminar on the famous Qigong regimen known as the Wu Dang. If you want to read about it here’s the link to our copanion site.
You’ve probably heard of Qigong by now: an ancient Chinese health practice designed to increase strength, expand Range of Motion, and improve your health through movement and breathing exercises… Continue reading
September 18, 2007: It’s 12:25 a.m. and we just finished our GRANDMASTER WILLY LIN SEMINAR a few hours ago. We had thirty participants and to say it was a success would be an understatement. Instructor Ted Mancuso started with a … Continue reading
Q & A with Shihfu: ASPECTS OF PRACTICE