CDs and DVDs

To support people’s practice and to help with learning, a number of CDs and DVDs are available.

DVD series with Wei Qi Feng 

(audio and video)

Three DVDs exist: Taiji BallLift Qi Up Pour Qi Down, and Three Centres Merge Standing Form. All three are available for purchase within New Zealand and Taiji Ball is also available to purchase from overseas. All contain two recordings, one suitable for beginners and one for more advanced practitioners. Taiji Ball also includes four slow practice versions for those learning the practice, of Outward Spiral and Inward Spiral from the front and from the back.

Beginners have found Lift Qi Up Pour Qi Down invaluable, the teaching version for learning the method and the longer session for ongoing practice.

To ensure top quality sound and visuals, the DVDs were recorded in studio using one fixed and one moving camera. The second camera enabled close-up images that show precisely the correct postures from different angles.

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CD series with Wei Qi Feng

(audio only)

These CDs (audio only) were recorded in the Wudang Mountains, in the qi field declared exceptional by Dr Pang, the creator of Zhineng Qigong. They aim to support people in their practice and help them improve their levels of health, wellbeing and spiritual harmony. Birds and insects abound on the more secluded Wudang slopes, and feature as a background to most of the recordings.

Our first aim was to support people by providing a guided practice of each of the three main methods of Zhineng Qigong. There is a shorter and a longer version of each method, to allow for different needs and abilities. See below for more information.

Healing from a high level teacher is important for many practitioners. Our most sought-after and valued recording has been Teacher Wei’s general Healing CD. Many people with serious illness have told us what an immense support it was to them during their most difficult times. This general healing CD is useful for any type of health problem, or just to improve vitality and serenity.

When Teacher Wei was asked to choose particular illnesses he would especially like to help people with, he picked three: diabetes, cancer and heart conditions. (Note that these are no longer available from the Zhineng Qigong Trust but can be downloaded from These recordings were made to support Zhineng Qigong practitioners, but Teacher Wei tried to make them accessible to people who are new to qigong.

Teacher Wei found he could help people who have sleep difficulties, so there is also a CD for them.

All these recordings resonate with Teacher Wei’s compassion and years of experience. His deep understanding of the theory and practice to which he has dedicated his life shine through and give confidence to the listener. Many people have benefitted from the efforts those involved made to bring them to you.

Although the CDs are created for Zhineng Qigong practitioners, they can also be of great value to those unfamiliar with qigong.

LQ_shortLift Qi Up Pour Qi Down – short
[Peng Qi Guan Ding Fa] First Method (37 mins)

Lift Qi Up is a gentle moving meditation that can be practised by people of all levels of health and mobility.  We practise this method to connect with universal qi and draw it in to nourish our body and mind.    more….

LQ_longLift Qi Up Pour Qi Down – long
[Peng Qi Guan Ding Fa]  First Method (50 mins)
plus bonus Relaxation recording (25 mins)

Those who look for a more advanced and longer practice will revel in this version of Lift Qi Up.  Teacher Wei guides us in a harmonious and peaceful practice where we feel deeply relaxed and rejuvenated.    more….

3CM_shortThree Centres Merge Standing Form – short
[San Xin Bing Zhan Zhuang] (44 mins)
plus bonus Relaxation recording (25 mins)

The Standing Form is a foundation practice in Zhineng Qigong. It suits all levels and stages of practice and is important for raising our qigong level. In order to truly benefit from it, we need to go into a deep qigong state and enjoy feeling we are one with the universe.   more….

3CM_longThree Centres Merge Standing Form – long
[San Xin Bing Zhan Zhuang (58 mins)

This longer variant of the Standing Form provides an interesting alternative to the better-known version, in both mind activity and posture.  As shown on the cover, it allows for two variations in posture: the arms can hold a ball in front of the chest and/or the practitioner can assume the Great Horse Stance (Da Ma Bu).    more….

BM_shortBody Mind Form – short
[Xing Shen Zhuang] Second Method] (65 mins)

Qi flows through our body along channels (also called meridians). Body Mind Form works on these channels so that qi flows smoothly and well through them. It also works on the muscles, tendons, sinews and bones to tonify and strengthen them.   more….

BM_longBody Mind Form – long
Xing Shen Zhuang [Second Method] (114 mins)  

Invaluable for those needing to work intensively on their health, this version of Body Mind Form is also a wonderful resource for any practitioner wanting to be immersed in sustained practice.  There is a major emphasis on the spine, in particular the sections of Bow Body, Turning Weilu (the coccyx) and Crane Head Dragon Head.    more….

HealingHealing (36 min)
with Pulling Qi [La Qi]  (36 mins)

To improve health and cure illness, Zhineng Qigong teachers often lead their students in a healing practice. The listener follows the teacher’s instructions in a focus on bringing healing qi and information to different parts of their body. Covering the whole body from head to toe, the healing also links to different organs and functions. The whole body is revitalised and imbalances are corrected. All benefit from this practice, whatever their state of health.   more….

sleep_wellSleep Well (29 mins)
with Pulling Qi  [La Qi] (36 mins)

Getting a good night’s sleep is a problem for many people.  This recording by Teacher Wei can lead the listener into a deep and rejuvenating sleep and help break patterns of wakefulness. His soothing voice is profoundly relaxing and the unspoken information he incorporates is equally effective. The natural qi field of the Wudang Mountains increases the sense of peace and quietude.      more…