The Qigong Institute is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting Qigong via education and research. Find links here to scientific research papers, articles and teacher listings.
The Institute of Integral Qigong & Tai Chi (IIQTC) was founded in 2000 by Dr. Roger Jahnke. The institute offers Qigong and Tai Chi training programs that make Qigong and Tai Chi enjoyable and accessible for everyone.
Dr. Bingkun Hu is a medical Qigong master and Qigong therapist who has been practicing Qigong for more than 50 years with great masters from all the major schools of Chinese Qigong. A disciple of the late Grandmaster Yang, Mei-Jun, the 27th lineage holder of the Wild Goose (Dayan) System, Dr. Hu is one of the few living masters to have learned the entire Wild Goose Qigong system. Dr. Hu offers Wild Goose Qigong workshops in Berkeley CA.
The Healer Within by Dr. Roger Jahnke - This book explains four simple and remarkably effective techniques to release your natural powers for healing: gentle movement, self-applied massage, breathing exercises and meditation. Drawn from the ancient Chinese healing system of Qigong, these methods are easily adaptable to every lifestyle. You can practice them almost anywhere—in the car, in line at the bank, at your desk, while walking, even in bed. Using these methods for as little as ten minutes a day can dramatically increase your endurance, vitality, and longevity.
The Healing Promise of Qi by Dr. Roger Jahnke - This book clearly and simply explains Tai Chi and Qigong principles and practices. Rather than focusing on one particular method or form, Dr. Jahnke distills the best and most important lessons, learned from Chinese teachers with whom he has studied.
The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi by Peter Wayne - Cutting-edge research from Harvard Medical School supporting the long-standing claims that Tai Chi has a beneficial impact on the health of the heart, bones, nerves and muscles, immune system, and the mind. This research provides fascinating insight into the underlying physiological mechanisms that explain how Tai Chi actually works. This book gives up-to-date summaries of the research literature on the health benefits of Tai Chi and how Tai Chi can enhance work productivity, creativity, and sports performance and much more.