Hundred Meetings

British Conference of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

22-24 September 2017
Wokefield Park, Reading

Zhongxian Wu

Workshop title

Chinese Medical Astrology & Classical Qigong for healing

Workshop times

Saturday - 07.30 - 08.30 & Sunday - 07.30 - 08.30 - Outside
Sunday 09.00 - 09.45 &16.15 - 17.00

Workshop description

Classical Qigong for Healing

According to the classical Qigong tradition, there is only one disease: Qi stagnation.  This fundamental principle of traditional Chinese medicine is described to us in the HuangDi NeiJing黃帝內經: BuTongZeTong 不通則痛 -If there is no flow, there is disease. Qi stagnation (or loss of Qi flow) forms irregular patterns in the energetic, mental and/or physical planes of the body. Left unchecked, Qi stagnation will manifest as the myriad of diseases known to modern medicine.
This Qigong session will be of interest to practitioners looking for a simple, yet powerful tool for helping themselves and their patients overcome sickness.


Understanding how the qualities of macrocosmic qi at the moment of birth relates to current energetic rhythms not only provides deep insight into a person’s health condition(s) but also guides the practitioner to best support clients’ journey towards wellbeing.

Master Wu will introduce:

  • the medicine tree: a brief mythological background
  • the body structure of Chinese medicine astrology
  • heavenly stems and the ten organ systems
  • earthly branches and the twelve meridian systems
  • live case demonstration

Speaker biography

Zhongxian Wu, a lifelong Daoist practitioner, is the lineage holder of four different schools of Qigong and martial arts. Since 1988, Master Wu has instructed thousands of students, both Eastern and Western, in his unique and professionally designed courses and training programs. He has authored 12 books (five in Chinese) on Chinese wisdom traditions. Along with his wife, Dr. Karin Taylor Wu, he founded Blue Willow World Healing Center (USA) and QinJian Akademin (Sweden) to preserve and promote the classical Chinese arts throughout Europe, North America and China. For further details, please visit

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