information anywhere on the Gateway2China web site and beyond ...
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine:
- Smiling Panda's Links to Qigong sites, Maintained by Colin Pretorius.
- Alternative and Complimentary Medicine: A Focus on Qigong, Shannon Larry Sumrall Master of Arts Thesis at the University of Mississippi.
- Qigong: The Ancient Chinese Art for Health, About.com article by Jun Shan.
- Yahoo Health: Qigong, Describes qigong, who can benefit and simple exercises to practice.
- Snake Style, Kung fu and qigong information.
- Qi Gong: The Healing Dance of Dawn, Healthy Aging article by Carol Krucoff.
- NaturalHealthWeb.com: Qi Gong, Links to qigong-related resources.
- China Universe Qigong, Established by Master Huang Cheng Zhang. Multilingual site. HangZhou City, ZheJiang Province, PRC.
- Complementary and Alternative Healing University, Qigong, herb dictionary. Classes offered in California. Maintained by Joe Hing Kwok Chu.
- Ki Manual, Experimental manual for all students of ki by Skull Kid.
- Alchemical Taoism.com, Articles about Mantak Chia's Healing Tao system of qi gong. Maintained by Keith Franzen.
- Dan Tao, The Way of Transformation, A Taoist healing art based on the full synergy between ancient alchemical practices of qigong, tai ch'i chuan, taiyin and esoteric healing meditation. Master Sat Chuen Hon, founder.
- Skeptic's Dictionary: ch'i kung (qi gong), Article by Robert Todd Carroll.
- Nei Tan: Chinese Taoist Internal Alchemy, Basic concepts of nei tan and related articles provided by M. Alan Kazlev.
- Acupuncture, Qigong, and "Chinese Medicine", Article by Stephen Barrett, M.D.
- MindGazer Qigong Files, Web journal of a qi gong practitioner. Contains personal views on history, FAQ, forum, and directory of resources.
- Erle Montaigue's Tai Chi World, Martial arts/self defense and qi healing articles.
- The Way of Qigong, Marisa provides an online introduction to Qigong. Multilingual site based in Italy.
- Beiji Taoism, Tai Chi and Qigong, Articles about the Beiji or 'North Star' system of self cultivation based on the teachings of the ancient Taoist sages of Wudang Mountain in Hubei Province, China. Maintained by Bryn Orr in Australia.