About Dr. Bingkun Hu
Dr. Bingkun Hu is a medical Qigong master and Qigong therapist. He has been practicing Qigong for more than 50 years with great masters from all the major schools of Chinese Qigong. He is 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 system. With his background in Traditional Chinese Medicine and a Ph.D. in Western Psychology, Dr. Hu has been instrumental in bringing the essence of both Taoist & Buddhist Qigong to the public in a systematic and approachable way.
In 2009, Dr. Hu is a recipient of “A Lifetime of Medical Achievement Award” from the International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, England. Dr Hu’s “outstanding pursuits and achievements” were recognized by the American Biographical Institute, and he was nominated “2009 Man of the Year” for “dedication and excellence”. In 2007, Dr. Hu was honored with a “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the International Biographical Centre for his “outstanding contribution to Medical Qigong”. He has also been honored as one of the “Top 100 Educators” (2005), and one of the “Top 100 Health Professionals (2006). Dr. Hu’s name and short biography is listed in the 34th edition of IBC’s “Dictionary of International Biography”.
Dr. Hu’s publications include 15 instructional DVDs, 12 of which are devoted to Wild Goose Dayan Qigong. He has taught over 60 traditional Chinese Qigong sets to thousands of people through his workshops worldwide. Dr. Hu teaches internationally and works with individual patients and students at his office in Berkeley, California.
About Grandmaster Yang, Mei-Jun
Grandmaster Yang, Mei-Jun was one of the true giants of modern Qigong and energy medicine and an inheritor of the Kunlun School Taoist tradition, which dates back to the Jin dynasty (265-420 ad). She performed healing miracles well into her nineties, passed on a complete system of glorious movement, meditation and healing, and was widely honored when she died at the age of 106.
Dr. Hu with Grandmaster Yang, Mei-jun