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Wudang Academy

Chapter 56 follows the principles of equality. We asked Master Yuan Xiu Gang about the deeper meaning.

谷神不死 是謂玄牝 “The valley spirit does not die, it is called the invisible mother.” 玄牝之門 是謂天地根 “The gate of the invisible mother is the root of heaven and earth.” 綿綿若存 用之不勤 “Formless but appears to exist, use...

Traditional schools build character and improve the individual. It is the tradition which keeps everybody oriented and on the right path.

We held the interview completely in Chinese and then constructed a translation with our translator who is a native speaker and Coach in our academy and follower of the Daoist doctrines...

Many people over confuse this topic but the Dao should be simplified to make its deep principles reality. From simple things, many things can come. Looking at yourself and improve gradually...

The foreigner class is specifically designed for people from other countries who come for a short-term or long-term stay. The classes are easier than the Chinese traditional class but they are...

After the great flooding of Xiaoyao Valley, also known as Monkey Valley, a lot of pathways and bridges were destroyed and till today not restored. The bus station in the valley...

We found many new friends and a lot of new impressions. I want to share a few pictures of our most important moments

The standard stretching routines in the traditional Wudang schools demand high flexibility to improve ones internal power. Being flexible puts less strain on the body and relaxation becomes more efficient. This...

Between all of the politics and competitions, deep in the valleys of the Wudang mountains is the last refuge. The purpose is to live in the mountains and practice the internal...

Baguazhang is derived from the philosophy of I Ching. Practitioners move in eight directions represented by eight trigrams: Qian, Kan, Gen, Zhen, Xun, Li, Kun and Dui. Practitioners should keep walking...

The swordsmanship is one of the features of the Wudang school," says Chen Shiyu, inheritor of the Taoist kung fu in Wudang style. "The sword is considered as 'king of weapons'....

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