Held for the first time in the West, this conference brings together the profound scientific knowledge and diverse experiences that are available worldwide when it comes to the power of self-awakening and personal development. The platform provides access to the greatest teachers and their extensive knowledge and experience, for anyone interested in Zhineng Qigong Science, regardless of their practice level or previous exposure to Zhineng Qigong or other Qigong forms.
It is truly an amazing opportunity to learn, explore and deepen one’s understanding of the world’s most effective self-healthcare management approach, which helps you to utilize all your human potential to optimize your life and life quality.
This conference is inclusive and the goal is to show the diversity of Zhineng Qigong Science. The topics and the program have been put together by some of the leading teachers in this field to ensure that the platform enables the introduction of the diversity of Zhineng Qigong Science, not only to its community, but also to the interested public. Heart to heart and mind to mind, the conference content is suitable for anyone.
The Zhineng Qigong Science conference is open to all Zhineng Qigong and Qigong enthusiasts – beginners and advanced students alike – as well as to people who work as Trainers, Coaches, Natural Practitioners, Doctors, Teachers, Scientists or Therapists
Prof. Pang Ming is the founder of Zhineng Qigong and Hunyuan Qi Therapy as a medical Qigong form. As a medical doctor trained in Eastern and Western medicine as well as martial arts, he was inspired to create a Qi Gong form accessible to all people that is easy to learn yet very effective. His intention was to create an inclusive system, an open qigong form that is available to all people, supporting them on their journey to health and wellbeing. He was the first Qigong Master who broke with tradition and started to share the power of Qigong with a broader mass of people.
Prof. Pang Ming himself started to practice Tai Chi and Qigong at the age of 6 and was trained by 19 Grandmasters. He devoted several years in solitude to complete his own deep understanding of Qigong and to be able to create the diverse principles, methods and profound theories of Zhineng Qigong that are available to us today.
He was one of the first to combine old Chinese traditions with the modern science of medicine. In fact, since the late 70’s he has been a pioneer in creating the new Qigong science. He was the founder and president of several scientific institutions that focus on researching the impact and effects of Qigong. In 1979 he founded the Beijing Qigong Association and initiated the first national convention on Qigong.
At the beginning of the 20th century Zhineng Qigong was officially recognized as the most effective Qigong form, and over 10 million people at that time were practicing it. Over the years Prof. Pang has done a lot of pioneering work and written many books and theories about Zhineng Qigong. One of his most significant achievements was to describe the systematic Qigong theory in a well-founded manner and to underline it with scientific research and studies.
Prof. Pang is also the author of “The Theory of Hunyuan Whole Entity” where he presents the ground-breaking and innovative ideas and thoughts about the new Qigong science and the relationships of the three substances – matter, information and energy.
Some of prof Pang’s many accomplishment include:
- Degree in Western Medicine at the Beijing Medical College
- Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Beijing Chinese Medical Association
- A Doctors Practice focusing on Western and Chinese Medicine
- Study of Qigong, Tai Chi, Martial Arts, Daoism, Buddhism and Confucianism
- Committee Member of the China Qigong Science Research Centre
- Chairman and Co-editor of the “East Qigong Magazine”
- Chairman of the chamber for consulting the Beijing Research Society
- Deputy Director of the Eastern Sports faculty of the Haidan Day University lecturing on Zhineng Qigong
Founder and Director of the Hua Xia Zhineng Qigong Training Centre, also known as the first medicine-free hospital in the world, serving treatment and research purposes.