Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong DVD


For thousands of years, the dragon has been an auspicious symbol of transformation throughout China.  Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong, from the Mt. Emei tradition, works directly with the body’s meridian systems, transforming areas of Qi stagnation into a free flowing state, thereby strengthening the body, balancing the mind, and reuniting us with our original nature.


Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong is a remarkably powerful practice developed to revitalize our health and deepen our spiritual connection to the Dao. Lineage holder, Master Zhongxian Wu provides detailed instruction of this essential NeiGong 内功 form from the EMei ZhenGong 峨嵋真功 school.  The EMei lineage teaches ancient Wu 巫 (Chinese shamanic) style practices, which are the roots of classical Chinese culture, including Confucianism, Daoism, classical Chinese medicine and the martial arts.

For thousands of years, Chinese have held the dragon as an auspicious symbol of transformation.  Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong follows the flow of the Heavenly Way, connects us Qian 乾 – Heaven/Strength (the first Hexagram of the Yijing) and with the numerologic symbolism of the number 15.

In Daoist tradition, the fire dragon is a symbol of the internal alchemy processes that refine and transform the physical body into a balanced state to recover, restore and maintain well being. Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong form is an ancient method of transforming areas of stagnation in the 15 main meridians of the body. We use the Zhen 震 Thunder mantra, ShiXuan 十宣 Points, and the spiralling movement of the Dragon to ignite the inner fire in our lower DanTian, awaken our ShenQi 神氣 (spiritual energy) and harness the power of our best medicines – Jing, Qi, and Shen – to transform disease and move closer to the Dao.

DVD includes: Detailed instruction of the form;  Description of each movement from a NeiGong 内功 (internal alchemy) perspective; Demonstration of  the entire form; Bonus feature: Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong martial arts form demonstration

Running time:  87 minutes

Companion book available