Over the course of my journey with Chinese Medicine, I’ve been privileged to meet and work with some remarkable and inspirational teachers. Here are some of the people I continue to learn from and who support me in offering you the best possible advice.

Master Zheng Yuan

Master Zheng is a distinguished ba zi, feng shui and I Ching master from Xi’an, China. His research interests focus on the 5 Element philosophy and the ancient Chinese classics of ba zi studies. He is a co-founder of the UK I Ching Association and advises on both personal and business development.

Dr Li

Dr Li is a member of the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and has taught acupuncture and Chinese medicine for 18 years. She has been living and working in the UK since 2001. Dr Li graduated from the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1983, upon which she was made an Associate Professor.

Chen Ran

Ran is a co-founder of the UK I Ching Association. Her research focuses on traditional Chinese 5 element philosophy and its cultural practices, particularly with regard to the natural environment and well-being. She teaches Chinese 5 element philosophy and ba zi theory to English speakers and provides in-depth consultations. Ran is also an architect with a master’s degree in Architecture from UCL.

John Munro

John Munro is the founder and head instructor of Long White Cloud Qigong. John began his qigong training in the year 2000, studying for diplomas in qigong and Traditional Chinese medicine. Since then he has been active in clinical work, teaching and ongoing research.

Lillian Bridges

Lillian Pearl Bridges is the world’s leading authority on Chinese Face Reading and Diagnosis. Lillian is the founder of The Lotus Institute, Inc. In addition to training students, she teaches at universities and colleges and is a renowned, featured speaker at conferences, conventions and symposiums around the world. Lillian learned her skills from a long line of Master Chinese practitioners in her Chen Family Lineage and has a degree in Psychology from UCLA.

Disclaimer: Yang sheng techniques are designed to support your overall wellbeing and should not be used as a substitute for any medical treatment you may be undergoing. You should not use the information on this web site for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease.