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Featured Author: Zhou, Xuan-Yun

Daoist monk Zhou, Xuan-Yun (Mysterious Cloud), grew up in a temple on Wudang Mountain, China where he was a student and later an instructor of Taiji and Kung Fu. He belongs to the Orthodox Unity sect of Daoism, and is trained in ritual arts, chanting, divination, and internal alchemy. At the age of 20, Xuan Yun left Wudang Mountain to live as a wandering monk.


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Taiji Fighting Set Workshop in Boston Nov 17, October 21, 2019
Michelle Lin and Jonathan Chang will present the Taiji Fighting Set at YMAA Boston school...

Dr. Catherine Kurosu Interviews on The Body Show, September 26, 2019
Dr. Catherine Kurosu returns to “The Body Show” on KHPR 88.1 FM Hawai’i Public Radio...

Willie “The Bam” Johnson Book Signings in Maryland, September 26, 2019
Willie “The Bam” Johnson author of The Complete Martial Artist: Developing the Mind, Body, and Spirit of a Champion—Self-Mastery Empowering Youths will hold two book signings on September 28...

David Kahn Book Event Barnes and Noble Princeton, NJ, Jul. 30, 2019
David Kahn author of Krav Maga Combatives: Maximum Effect will hold an author book signing event ...

Master Zhou Teaching Autumn and Winter Qigong, Jul. 8, 2019
September 28th, 2019 Master Zhou will be teaching Autumn and Winter Qigong.

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