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    Welcome to the Wudang Sanfeng community!
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    Michael LoGiudice

    Hi Everyone ,Im a new student  Im looking foward to Learning from Master Ziji the Authentic Wudang Arts. Thank you.

    Joshua A.

    Hello everyone, happy to be here. Excited to begin learning.🙏🏽

    Bryon Leverman

    Hello all and greetings!

    I have been watching the Academy’s videos for a few years and have always enjoyed learning from them. I am an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist in Oregon, USA and have always been drawn to the Daoist arts. I look forward to the coming year studying with you all!


    Welcome! 🙂


    Hello Everyone! I am from Rawdon, Quebec..in Canada…going on 69 years in January..and just beginning this wonderful journey…Have a background of yoga.teaching.running..triathlon…still do yoga..kayaking..lots of walking..stretching..and want to continue to keep my flexibility..strength..and more…so happy to be here…!!


    Hi all,
    after over a year watching the instructive videos of Master Ziji online, I finally decide to take the plunge and register to the online classes and I’m glad to have the opportunity!

    I have studied Shuan Yang (a sort of “shaolin” tai chi) and have taken some online Wudang Tai Chi and Qi Gong classes during lockdowns.

    My aim as a student is to learn to be more in touch with my body, understand its signals, improve my flexibility, decrease bodily tension and strenghten after too many years spent sitting in front of a screen.

    See you on the forum!


    I just started a few weeks ago…Doing the stretching…and also Zhan Zhuang…want to start the 5 animal sequence…I am nearing 70..and want to stay healthy..and flexible..and even more as time goes by…

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