We have more than 800 certified Pangu Shengong teachers all over the world. Please click the link on the right to find out if there is a PGSG teacher in your area.
Our PGSG teachers have various backgrounds: western medicine doctors, Tai Chi Masters, traditional Chinese medicine doctors, acupuncturists, engineers, writers, businessmen, and so on. Before they became PGSG practitioners, several already had strong backgrounds in medicine and Qigong, while some didn't know Qigong at all, and a few even had serious diseases. However, they all had one thing in common: they proved to themselves through their daily practice that PGSG is a wonderful Qigong worthy of being shared with other people. Those teachers that suffered from serious diseases have recovered completely; those who already studied other Qigong forms found that PGSG brought them to a higher level. If you are interested in the individual reasons they wanted to become PGSG teachers, please click the link on the left to read their bios and testimonials.
So far, only Master Ou Wen Wei, the creator of PGSG can teach all PGSG forms. Most of other PGSG instructors are only allowed to teach the moving form of Pangu Shengong. By 2009, Master Ou has trained 14 Moving Form instructors in United States to become Nonmoving Form instructors who are certified to teach both the Moving and the Nonmoving Form of PGSG. They are Vincent Chu, Paul Fraser, Henry McCann, Cheryl Bacon, Robert Anderson, Lorna Lai, Elizabeth Medaglia, Rod Taylor, Don DeFlavis,Trish Duval, Fern Isral, Anisha Desai, Anne Brown, George Iber, Susy Iber, Karen Smith, Keith Coley, Robin Bonazzoli, Carol Kushkin and Kim Peterson.
Note: we have not listed all PGSG teachers on our website. We have only published the information of the teachers that have requested that we do so.