HuaShan 24 Part 2 with Master Zhongxian Wu

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HuaShan 24 Part 2 with Master Zhongxian Wu

October 8, 2017 - October 13, 2017

HuaShan 24 Part 2 with Master Zhongxian Wu

From the Daoist Hidden Immortal Lineage:

Autumn 2016 marked the 15th anniversary of the passing of one of my most influential teachers, Grandmaster YangRonJi 楊榮籍. According to Daoist numerology, the number 15 represents perfect, complete cycle, reunion, and return.

In special honor of his returning spirit, I shared the first 12 movements of the HuaShan 24 Form, one of the most simple, yet most challenging and most powerful forms I have ever practiced, with others. This year, I am offering the opportunity to learn the rest of the form.

I clearly remember the exact moment Grandmaster Yang began to teach me the HuaShan 24 Form. After many years of training the Hidden Immortal Lineage Taiji form, one on one, he told me that he believed I had mastered the physical aspects of my Taiji form and that it was time for me to find my GongFu 功夫 (meaning inner power) within my Taiji. The HuaShan 24 is the form he taught me in order to help me get to the next level.

Since then, I have practiced the HuaShan 24 to strengthen my GongFu regularly and held the practice secret. For the first time, I am now ready to share the entire form with students.


No pre-requisites Required! All students are welcome to join us!

All students who are ready to take the challenge are welcome to join us for part two!

Tuition (includes meals and shared accommodation):  $1800

$300 non-refundable deposit required to hold your space



About Master Wu

Master Zhongxian Wu was born on China’s eastern shore in the city of Wenling in Zhejiang Province, where the sun’s rays first touch the Chinese mainland.  Master Wu began practicing Qigong and Taiji at an early age. Inspired by the immediate strengthening effects of this practice, he committed himself to the life-long pursuit of the ancient arts of internal cultivation.

Since 1972, Master Wu has devoted himself to the study of classical Chinese arts – Qigong/Neigong, Taiji, internal martial arts, Chinese medicine, Chinese astrology, Chinese cosmology, Yijing science, Chinese calligraphy, ancient Chinese music – and has studied with the highest level masters of these fields. He is the lineage holder of four traditional schools of internal cultivation practices.

He founded Blue Willow World Healing Center and QinJian Akademin 琴劍研究院 with his wife Dr. Karin Taylor Wu to preserve the ancient healing arts and other classical Chinese wisdom traditions.


October 8, 2017
October 13, 2017
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