Kunlun Dayan Qigong

Qigong is a Chinese health exercise that uses gentle movement, breathing technique and knowledge of Acupuncture points and meridians to heal the body and open the channels so that our Qi flows and we can enjoy good health.

Kunlun Dayan Qigong comes from the Kunlun mountains north of Tibet and is over 1800 years old. Dayan means ‘wild goose’ and this style of Qigong is named after the wild geese in this area which were famed for their longevity and inspired the monks who lived in these remote mountains. The tradition was that practitioners would not teach this skill until they had passed 70 years of age, as proof of its effectiveness. My Sigong (my teacher’s teacher) was an amazing lady called Yang Mei Jun who kept this tradition and lived to be 104! Because of her experiences during the cultural revolution in China, where she witnessed the loss of so many ancient traditions, she decided to open the skill, and my Sifu (teacher) Grandmaster Tse Wei Jin (Michael Tse) was one of two people she approved to teach this skill in the West. Wild Goose Qigong is truly a precious gift, I feel lucky to have had the opportunity to learn it and am honoured and privileged to be able to pass it on.

Grandmaster Michael Tse with his Sifu Yang Mei Jun

Sifu Peter Andersen with his Sifu Grndmaster Tse