I had always wanted to learn Qi Gong from a true Master. Approximately three years ago I discovered Master Wu on the Internet. I invited him to give a workshop in Fredericton, NB. At the time I was suffering from several repetitive stress injuries that had been lingering for some time: tendonitis in the right shoulder, trigger fingers in both hands, pain and limited range of motion in both knees. After a weekend of treatments and learning Wu's Health and Fitness Qi Gong, my problems all but disappeared.
In late November 2000, I broke the small bone in the left leg just below the knee. After consulting with two physicians, I decided not to cast the leg, as the broken bone was non-weight bearing. Ten days later I flew to Toronto to see Master Wu. He did intensive treatment on the leg, reducing the swelling dramatically. He also got rid of the blood pooling in the calf, and eliminated all the black and blue marks caused by the ankle brace I had been wearing. During my brief stay at his Centre, I also learned the 8 Brocade Form.
In November of 2001, I had my leg x-rayed. The break, located on the upper third of the fibula, has healed perfectly.
Master Wu treated my wife, Louise, for kidney problems about two years ago. She would get up at all hours of the night, up to six times, to pee. After treatment with Master Wu, and doing Wu's Kidney Qi Gong for a few months, she would not get up at all or only once during the night. Since then she has stopped practicing Qi Gong on a regular basis. Nevertheless, her condition is still much improved over what it was before doing Qi Gong.
This year I have taught Wu's 7-Style Tai Chi Qi Gong to a few students at my studio in Fredericton, NB. It is amazing to see the results. All students benefit from greater stress reduction. Some claim more specific benefits such as reduced flare-ups of arthritis and migraine headaches on days when they practice Qi Gong.
Master's Wu is an excellent teacher and healer. I hope more people will benefit from his experience.
For more information contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-506-450-3040.
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Last Updated: July 9, 2002