|Taiji, Yoga, and Qigong related links|
Forms, lecture notes, etc.
Taiji, the Perfect Exercise
The Time magazine article of the same name. Hey, it's not just me!
Other Enthusiasts and Teachers
International Sin Tien Wuji Qigong and Original Yang Tai Chi Ch'uan Association Big name for a rapidly growing group with great ideas. Check it out.
David Chin's Kung Fu Center in Fayetteville, NC. My Sin Tin Wuji Qigong teacher!
Grand Earth Kung Fu and Tai Chi with Sifu Gary Utterback and Sifu Scott Westcamp, teaching in Calvert County.
Inner Strength Ted and Luann Cibik, high on qi, high on a mountain; just north of Pittsburgh, PA.
The National Qigong Associaton. Pretty much says it all.
Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi Dr. Roger Jahnke, OMD. Promoting the benefits of qigong for everyone!
The Liu Institute down South. Hard to find a better Shaolin connection outside of China. (in my humble opinion)
The Qigong Alliance. Grassroots qi! Excellent site.
Qigong Institute Promoting Qigong through research & education
Yang Martial Arts Association.
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. World renowned teacher.
Yogis, Yoginis, and Schools!
Inner Therapies Yoga, Lauri Bruce and friends. Yoga for who you are, not what you have!
Satichidinanda Ashram - Yogaville. Kathy's yoga alma mater.
Anusara Yoga. John
Friend. Remarkable yoga. No, really.
Alliance. Supporting yoga teachers and the Diversity and Integrity
Willow Street Yoga Center. Great studios, great teachers, great yoga. Go see for yourself!
More great teachers
Aimon Kopera. Greenville, SC. Institute peer, gentle yet persistent instructor. Our "Little Dragon." Beautiful studio.
Shifu Jiang Jian-Ye. Headquarters in Albany, NY. If you read Tai Chi magazine, you've seen this man's face. On nearly every page! He is also a Master Calligrapher.
Don Myers. An excellent instructor, and peer in the Institute. All the way in Berkeley, CA!
Michael Rinaldi, in Sebastopol, CA. Daoist priest, Tai Chi Ruler teacher. "A very likeable fellow."
Last tweaked Feb 2008. All contents copyright Theory-In Motion and BaoRen Qigong, 2003,2004. It ain't worth the karma, my friend.