As we understand it, this is the only training video that Master Wei Lun Huang ever made for public use and is believed to be the first one produced in the United States of the Golden Lotus style of Qi Gong movements (first copyrighted in 2012). Previously, the public only got exposure to the Golden Lotus by attending the seminars he gave around the world.
In this introduction video, Master Huang tells his personal story of how he suffered a traumatic injury to his spinal column in a skiing accident which completely paralyzed him and how he discovered the Qi Gong path to recovery.
Golden Lotus Qi Gong is a distillation of the root energy practices that can enhance and strengthen the energetic structure of the mind and body. It is a refined and ancient sequence of fifteen postures that elegantly unfold the evolution of the energy body bringing health, strength, and well-being.
Master Huang began his studies of internal arts as a child and is a master of slow and fast Yang style Tai Chi, Hsing Yi, Ba Gua, Lu He Ba Fa, Qi Gong, Push Hands, sword, spear, and martial applications.
Master Huang's experience in recovering from a paralyzing spinal cord injury combined with his knowledge of the human body, informs his powerful rehabilitation and conditioning skills as well as the explosive and elegant quality of his martial arts. He has helped students with a wide range of physical limitations and conditions.
"Widely regarded as one of America's most skilled practitioners of the internal arts, Master Huang leads inspiring instruction that will raise your practice to a new level.
This video is a DVD and is part of the only batch of DVD's ever produced and the supply is limited. It would make a nice souvenir for you to have in remembrance of Master Huang.
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