Mission Statement

We invite you to get to know us

Who we are

For more than twenty years, Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation has served as a leading nonprofit organization engaged in promoting the wisdom of Taoist philosophy and the body-mind-spirit, self-healing knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).

The Foundation’s efforts focus on the comprehensive system of traditional Chinese medicine and its Five Element energetic framework—by-products of a profound spiritual practice. Above all, it seeks to help individuals recognize that each of us creates our own reality and healing is in our hands.

What we do

Every initiative we create is based on Wu Ming Qigong, an ancient energy system that descends directly from Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu. Our strong, Qigong-based orientation has allowed us to develop unique wellness and professional training programs that have helped many thousands of participants discover something extraordinary: We are all energy beings born with self-healing ability. Every one of our cells is programmed to seek health, not illness or disease!

Why we do it

We are a unique community of individuals who are passionate about sharing the wisdom of the body-mind-spirit gifts that have been transmitted through the practice of ancient Qigong masters. Based on natural law, this system recognizes the quantum nature of all things in this reality. It is more relevant today than ever before as we go about our lives in a world built on the technologies of quantum thinking.

We invite health-seekers searching for ways to create a balanced life to learn about our work and discover how we can grow together.

Mission Statement

Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation is a leading, not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating individuals, healthcare professionals and organizations about classical traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) which is a multidimensional body-mind-spirit self healing practice. Through our educational programs, professional trainings, publications, media presence and practitioner resources, we hope to advance the practice and integration of authentic traditional Chinese medicine in Western culture.

Our objectives are:

  • To serve as a source of information on the philosophy, principles, theories, modalities and practice of authentic TCM and the classical Chinese internal martial arts.
  • To reveal an expanded concept of health and healing that focuses individuals on achieving wellness rather than just fighting illness or disease.
  • To educate individuals on steps they can take in prevention and self-healing.
  • To support the practice of authentic TCM to broaden healthcare options for those seeking integrative care.
  • To facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration between Western and Eastern medical communities.
  • To foster balance and harmony in the individual, the community, society and the world as a whole, wherever possible.