REN XUE PATH TO WELLBEING
Yuan Gong is a Qigong practice of beautiful moving and still meditations using the body, mind, breath and Qi energy. learn more
Yuan Ming Medicine
Yuan Ming Medicine is a professionally facilitated practice to foster positive change to physical and mental health. learn more
Qi and healing the body
Peer-reviewed research* on Qigong reports on the medical benefits of Qigong
- Stress management
- Blood pressure
- Immune function
- Bone density
- Quality of life
* Harvard & Stanford Universities, Sloan Kettering & MD Anderson Cancer Center, Massachusetts General Hospital & the University of California are all participating in Qigong research or have on-going Qigong practices.
What is Ren Xue?
Learn Yuan Gong from Home
Yuan Gong is the only Qigong system that works on all levels of life: balancing the body from head to toe, improving the Qi condition, and calming the mind. Experience this truth for yourself by signing up for one of our four-week online courses.
Yuan Gong® is calm, relaxed grace in movement and in stillness. It is thought ebbing and flowing, at ease. It is uplifting breath. It is a path to wellbeing.
The nine Yuan Gong methods (sets of movements) are designed to bring the body, mind and heart into alignment and to help release long held patterns that may block wellbeing.
YUAN MING MEDICINE
Yuan Ming Medicine® is a professionally-facilitated Ren Xue tool to foster positive change to physical and mental health.
We have free resources as well as books, CDs and DVDs for sale. Follow step-by-step instructions in our series of At-Home Learning courses.
CLASSES & TEACHERS
We have a directory of 193 teachers worldwide, including 55 in the Americas.
Yuan Gong Practices
In late 2014, Yuan Tze instituted a monthly Full Moon Yuan Gong Practice with the intention of strengthening and unifying our global Ren Xue community. Each full moon, Yuan Tze chooses a theme that serves as the focal point for that month’s purpose-built qifield. Yuan Gong practitioners around the globe synchronize their practice and their intention.
Common themes have included Ren Xue’s five essential qualities of life: