What is Qigong?
Comprised of at least 5,000 years of human evolution, Qigong is a system of knowledge that covers all the fields of human interest. It is officially known in China as the science of human potential and development. There are many types of Qigong available so it is cruicial to understand what makes White Tiger Qigong‘s style unique.
White Tiger Qigong are Taoist Qigong exercises that harmonize the body, breath and mind. We specialize in extremely dynamic Qigong exercises known well in Wuyi Mountain and Wudang Mountain but has very little exposure in the West. It specializes in longevity & medical Qigong, breathing techniques, meditation, and Qigong based martial arts.
The three foundation of the White Tiger Qigong system.
Discover White Tiger Qigong’s Unique
Approach to Qigong
Tackling the meridians, organs, their connections with emotions, energy, and its applications to Qigong, this course combines the classical and traditional Chinese medicine with Qigong for healing and peak energy.
Know more about the fascia’s unique role in Qigong. The course delves into the science of fascia, its connections with the Chinese meridian system, emotions, injuries.
Learn the actual anatomy behind each Qigong exercise and why it matters. Explore the bones, joints, organs, the nervous system, and how it all ties into the Qigong.
Body Spirit Breath
In every type of Qigong the body, spirit, mind, and breath are synchronized to become one. Whether moving, standing or sitting, every exercise requires these 3 harmonies. When the body, spirit and breath become a unified one.
Flexibility Strength Fluidity
A signature feature of this Qigong is that it trains the practitioner to become flexible, yet strong and fluid all at the same time. This is practiced in our Dynamic Qigong forms. Dynamic forms range from balancing, deep stretching in low stances, to spinal twists that are most often derived from animal forms and dragon movements.
Paths Of White Tiger Qigong
Qigong for Health and Longevity/Medical Qigong
This path is for the practitioner whose aim is prime health and self-healing. Healers and Chinese Medicine doctors practice to enhance their ability to heal themselves and others typically practice medical Qigong. Based on applied traditional Chinese medicine theory, these exercises can be prescribed to a patient.
Maximum Potential Qigong
Explore the depths and capabilities of the human body, mind, and spirit and know what one’s maximum human potential is. From maximizing brainpower, health, and vitality to more extraordinary capabilities like telepathy, remote viewing, control of the nervous system, body temperature control, breath control, and more.
Other Paths of Qigong
Enhancing one’s martial power practice. The techniques can be applied to just about any martial art to increase the power of strikes, kicks, self-awareness, and energetic movement.
This is for those who seek enlightenment. In the Taoist tradition, to attain enlightenment, they would first have to strengthen the body by practicing martial Qigong and Qigong for health. Once they reached a high level of those practices they believed the body was prepared to attain enlightenment of the spirit. This method of Qigong is beyond the scope of White Tiger Qigong, as it requires the practitioner to live a life of seclusion from society. If a student has reached a proficient level of Qigong in the above-mentioned paths I together with White Tiger Qigong, will connect you to some monks in China who can guide you down this path.
A Complete Qigong Training System
This is one of the most complete and comprehensive Qigong training programs taught anywhere in the west. Even if your goal is to simply get fit, this training program will do it for you. With this training you will be able to take your body to new heights and gain the following benefits:
Qigong Can Be Dangerous without Proper Guidance
In the modern-day world, most beginners are learning very advanced techniques of Qigong from books and videos that are known to be dangerous if not practiced correctly. You’ll need a teacher who can answer your questions as you move along.
When Tevia Feng, our master instructor, began learning a special form of lung Qigong, he felt what he thought was incredibly strong Qi sensations. He consulted his master and he was informed that he was not ready at that time for that Qigong because the Qi feelings he was having were not good. He would have never known that if there was no one there to guide him.
It takes time and guidance to understand both the energetic and physical properties of Qigong.