Wudang Qigong takes it’s name from the Wudang Mountains in central China. They are a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the many 16th century Taoist temples built there.
This page is a reference for materials we have written and produced on the topic. Please feel free to browse.
Wudang Qigong Articles
These articles are mostly from when we first started and text with images was the primary publication method. It’s still quite useful.
Wudang Qigong Instruction Videos
These videos are intended to teach and demonstrate each movement. Step-by-step instruction for all aspects of practice is included.
Currently, we have two live sessions. Beginning and Advanced.
The Beginning sets are on Thursday. They are recorded to the Beginning Wudang Qigong 1-9 playlist on our YouTube site.
The Advanced sets are on Friday. They are recorded to the Advanced Wudang Qigong 10-18 playlist on our YouTube site.
Beginning Wudang Qigong
Advanced Wudang Qigong
More Wudang Qigong Instruction Videos
These videos were created in 2016. They include all the basic instructions for practice plus some corrections and points to pay attention to when practicing Wudang Qigong.