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Mission Statement

Our goal is to bring health and a smile to each client's face, from the very first visit. 

The mission of Taoist Institute of TCM Inc is to provide world class TCM, Tai Chi and Qi Gong practitioners focused on empowering Chi, enhancing health and healing the mind, body and spirit using diverse bodywork therapies.

Provide long distance Taoist TCM educational class for family to heal each other and spread Taoist TCM to the world.

Learn more about Dr. Ming Wu and his philosophy about health and healing in this Q&A.

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Services Offered

Here are some of the classes and services offered by Wu Healing:

 
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Tai Chi

Tai chi (taiji) is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits. The term taiji refers to a philosophy of the forces of yin and yang, related to the moves. Though originally conceived as a martial art, it is also typically practiced for a variety of other personal reasons: competitive wrestling in the format of pushing hands (tui shou), demonstration competitions and achieving greater longevity.  --Wikipedia, learn more

Learn about the history of Yang style Tai Chi, here. 

View our class schedule, here.


Qi Gong

Qigong is a holistic system of coordinated body posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used in the belief that it promotes health, spirituality, and martial arts training. With roots in Chinese medicine, philosophy, and martial arts, qigong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance qi (chi), translated as "life energy". -- Wikipedia, learn more

View our class schedule, here.

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Tui Na

Tui na is a form of Chinese manipulative therapy. Tui na is a hands-on body treatment that uses Chinese taoist principles in an effort to bring the eight principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) into balance. The practitioner may brush, knead, roll, press, and rub the areas between each of the joints, known as the eight gates, to attempt to open the body's defensive chi (Wei Qi) and get the energy moving in the meridians and the muscles. Techniques may be gentle or quite firm. The name comes from two of the actions: tui means "to push" and na means "to lift and squeeze." Other strokes include shaking and tapotement.[The practitioner can then use range of motion, traction, with the stimulation of acupressure points. These techniques are claimed to aid in the treatment of both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, as well as many non-musculoskeletal conditions. -Wikipedia, learn more


Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage. -- Web MD, learn more. 

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Herbal Medicine

You can have a Fengyang TCM certified practitioner personally design an effective herbal supplementation plan just for you.


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Quantum Energy Therapy

Wu Healing offers quantum energy healing sessions using Green Rhyme Cell Physiotherapy. The high-tech Green Rhyme Cell Physiotherapy instrument emits terahertz waves guided with quantum technology that can penetrate the body up to 12 inches. This can activate dormant human cells, repair damaged cells, liquify abnormal cells, remove free radicals and activate the body's self-healing power from the inside out. 


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Tong Ren

Developed by Tom Tam, and an integral part of the Tom Tam Healing System, Tong Ren is a form of energy therapy for restoring health and vitality. Tong Ren is based on a belief that disease is related to interruptions, or blockages, in the body’s natural flow of chi, neural bioelectricity, blood, or hormones. Tong Ren seeks to remove these blockages, restoring the body’s natural ability to heal itself, even when illnesses are chronic, debilitating, or otherwise untreatable. -- TomTam.com


Visit the SHOP to purchase consultation time with Dr. Wu.

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What is Fengyang Taoist Chinese Medicine?

Fengyang Taoist Chinese Medicine (Fengyang TCM) is a 1,750 year old system of Chinese Medicine that includes:

  • Herbal Medicine (herbal mixtures and preparations)

  • External Medicine (powders, creams, and etc.)

  • Wu-Way Tai Chi

  • Wu-Way Qi Gong

  • Long Distance Healing

  • Tui Na Acupressure

  • High End Healing Teas & Herbal Infusions

Fengyang Chinese Medicine is a complete system of holistic healing. It is comprised of many parts which all work together as equal parts of a whole; none of them are separate from the another.

All of these have been handed down practitioner to practitioner for more than 1,750 years — all the way back to Dong Feng himself in 220 AD. The ancient methods are still practiced today. All parts of the Fengyang TCM system have long since been refined down to a science, and perfected.

 

The Story of Fengyang Chinese Medicine

Dong Feng was the founder of the Fengyang Chinese Medicine system. Dong Feng himself was said to have lived to over 300 years old. This may just be an old folk tale, but it is very possible he knew practices which were able to greatly improve his health and longevity.

Teacher of Many

Dong Feng lived in Fengyang city, China during the “Three Kingdoms” period (220-280 AD). There he freely shared many of his powerful secrets on improving personal health and curing diseases with the locals, as many of them were sick and poor.

Cured Thousands

Since the people about him were poor, Dong Feng did not charge for treatment. However every patient he cured was asked to plant apricot trees next to his house (to sell the fruits and increase their income). A few years later over 100,000 apricot trees were planted in Fengyang, and the apricot tree woods on Lu Mountain still exist to this day.

Practices Were Widespread

During the Three Kingdoms period (220-280 AD), Dong Feng’s powerful methods were well known in the Fengyang area. They were based on Feng’s deep medical knowledge, ancient Taoist teachings and Zen Buddhism practices.  They remained widespread until the Ming Dynasty, many centuries later.

Hidden Away

After the fall of the Ming Dynasty in 1644, the rulers of the new Qing Dynasty tightened their grip on Fengyang to prevent rebellion. Due to political reasons, people could only practice Dong Feng’s methods in secret.

Almost Destroyed

Towards the end of the Qing Dynasty (early 1900-1910’s), almost everyone in Fengyang forgot how to practice Dong Feng’s ancient healing methods. The practice was almost entirely destroyed.

Narrowly Saved

Fortunately, some of Feng’s disciples moved to what is now called Guangdong Province, and his healing practices were passed down, practitioner to practitioner, to this day. There, they call it “Medicine from Fengyang.”

Dr. Ming Wu, 20th Generation Fengyang Practitioner

Dong Feng’s ancient practices and secret medicines have been passed down through traditional apprenticeship for 1,750 years. Ming Wu’s father, Muqing Wu, was a 19th generation practitioner of Fengyang Medicine. That makes Dr. Wu the 20th generation.

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