Shaolin Cosmos Qigong

Do you want to be energetic and feel in control of your health at all times? Shaolin Cosmos Qigong derives its energy from the Cosmos. It is a non-religious practice for maintaining health and promoting longevity. The secrets of Cosmos Qigong are entering into a qigong state of mind and having a Qi flow.  We teach genuine high level Qigong for overcoming health problems and mental blockages. Shaolin Cosmos Qigong is a practice fit for attaining good health, mastering meditation techniques and even improving Kung fu performance for people of all ages. 



The aims of Qigong

  • Overcoming illness, or maintaining good health

  • Giving vitality, not just merely existing

  • Ensuring longevity

  • Attaining peak performance

  • Enhancing mental clarity

  • Contributing to spiritual joys, like being peaceful and happy


If you are interested in accomplishing the main aims described above, Qigong is the perfect daily practice for you or your loved ones. 

Grandmaster Wong performing Lifting the Sky

Flowing Breeze Swaying Willows

One of the most common questions we receive about Shaolin Cosmos Qigong is about Qi flow. Qi flow was traditionally known as "Flowing Breeze Swaying Willows". It is a well kept secret of Qigong and Kung Fu. Qi flow allows Qi to flow throughout the entire body which aids in unblocking disease and physical problems. Qi flow is what separates genuine high level Qigong from other forms of Qigong. Genuine high level Qigong only requires at least 15 minutes of practice a day in order to see results; this is because Qi flow enhances any Qigong exercise that is performed. 

Grandmaster Wong describes Flowing Breeze Swaying Willows as: “Flowing Breeze Swaying Willows”, or “Yiu Foong Pai Lau” in Chinese (Cantonese). Some classical Kung fu texts mentioned that Flowing Breeze Swaying Willows was a very important pattern in Shaolin Kung Fu, but very few people know what this pattern looks like because it was never illustrated. There was no illustration for the pattern, although it was very important simply because it did not have a fixed form. It refers to countless forms resulting from spontaneous energy flow in a standing position."

Grandmaster Wong on Irish Television demonstrating the transmission of Qi

Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit Explaining

Qigong & spiritual benefits

Qigong can have a positive effect on helping with various diseases. In this video, Grandmaster Wong demonstrates on live television, with some random participants, the transmission of Qi. 

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The difference between High and low level Qigong

Shaolin Wahnam Institute provides courses to over 60,000 students worldwide. A list of certified instructors from all around the world, including myself, can be found here:

Shaolin Wahnam Institute internationally provides services to large companies, to families and to individuals seeking to improve their lives beyond the norm of regular energetic practices. What separates Shaolin Wahnam Utrecht from other schools is that we teach genuine internal arts. 

Most of the so called internal arts found today, including Qigong, Yoga, Taijiquan and Kung Fu have actually lost internal cultivation over a period of history. Nowadays they are practiced as external forms, similar to weight lifting, running, stretching or any other basic exercise. This is because students either never received these skills from their masters, or the masters were not able to find students to pass on their internal arts. Furthermore, even at the ancient Shaolin Temple, only a select few of disciples were taught the internal arts. With a direct lineage from the original ancient Shaolin temple which was burned during the Qing dynasty (not the current Shaolin temple which was restored during the later periods of the Chinese communist rule), Shaolin Wahnam has preserved the original internal arts.

It is our mission to pass on these internal arts to deserving disciples, in the hopes that they will use them for their own benefit, and the benefit of others around them. 

An old photo of Grandmaster Ho Fatt Nam practicing the extremely rare internal art of One Finger Shooting Zen.