Qigong Books

This list of qigong books, some of which have been written by TCUGB members, offers a broad range of information on practical and theoretical practice.

Katherine Allen – the Qigong Bible, the Definitive Guide to Energy Cultivation Exercise (2017)

Stephen T Chang – Chinese Yoga, Internal Exercises for Health and Serenity of Body and Mind (1980)

Yingning Chen & Weiqiao Jiang – Quiet Sitting (jing gong), the Daoist Approach for a Healthy Mind and Body (????)

Mantak Chia – Iron Shirt Qigong (1986)

Mantak Chia – Tai Chi Chi Kung, the Inner Structure of Tai Chi (1996)

Mantak Chia – Tao Yin/Energy Balance through the Tao (1999)

Kenneth S Cohen – the Way of Qigong, the Art and Science of Chinese Healing (1997)

B K Frantzis – Opening the Energy Gates of Your Body (1993)

B K Frantzis – Relaxing into your Being – Breathing, Chi and Dissolving the Ego (2001)

Gordon Faulkner – Managing Stress with Qigong (2011)

Roger Jahnke – the Healing Promise of Qi, Creating Wellness through Qigong and Tai Chi (2002)

Chris Jarmey – the Theory and Practice of Taiji Qigong (Shibashi) (2011)

Tsung Hwa Jou – the Tao of Meditation, Way to Enlightenment (1983)

Kam Chuen Lam – the Way of Energy, Mastering the Chinese Art of Internal Strength with Chi Kung Exercise (1991)

Shou-Yu Liang & Ching-Wu Weng – Qigong Empowerment; a Guide to Medical, Taoist, Buddhist, Wushu Energy Cultivation

Housheng Lin – 300 Questions on Qigong Exercise (1994)

Da Liu – Taoist Health Exercise Book (1974)

Masaru Takahashi & Stephen Brown – Qigong for Health, Chinese Traditional Exercise for Cure and Prevention (1986)

Tanjun Liu (Editor) – Chinese Medical Qigong (20??)

James MacRitchie – Chi Kung Energy for Life (2002)

Stuart Alve Olson – Qigong Teachings of a Taoist Immortal, the Eight Essential Exercises of Master Li  Ching Yun (2002)

Stuart Alve Olson – Cultivating the Ch’i, The Secrets of Energy and Vitality

Daniel Reid – A Complete Guide to Chi-Gung (1998)

Jwing-Ming Yang – the Roots of Chinese Qigong, Secrets for Health, Longevity and Enlightenment (1989)

Guangde Zhang – Thirteen Movements to Stretch the Body and Make it More Supple AND Guiding and Harmonising Energy to Regulate the Breath (2011)

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