For Life

Has also made him to be a very optimistic and easy going person. Master Chan Kam Shu was born in Hong Kong in 1928. When he was a teenager studying in school, he had a teacher who ran a martial arts class and it was this that first drew his attention to the martial arts. He decided to join in and he loved it so much. However, the class did not last very long as the teacher was very old. When the teacher retired to go back to his village, the class closed. In the old times, the student would...

Qigol

The terms tuna and Daoyin first appeared in chapter fifteen of Chuang Tzu circa 369-286 B.C. , where it says Breathing in and out in various manners, spitting out the old and taking in the new, walking like a bear and stretching their necks like a bird to achieve longevity. This is what such practitioners of Daoyin, cultivators of the body and all those searching for long-life like Ancestor Peng enjoy. Tao is considered to mean guiding the breath Tao Qi , and yin means to induce the breath Yin...

What Value in Practice

Energy Gates Qigong

Interest in internal practices is increasing in the West as more and more people are coming to recognise the health benefits that can be obtained. As a result increasing numbers of people are reading or writing books and teaching or taking classes on some form of internal training. To these people I say, What have you learned that is of true value My teacher, Lu Shui-Tian, challenged me to think deeply about my studies. I in turn askyou to reflect seriously on your practice. If you do not...