Chen Zhi


In December 2021 Chen Zhi became the current Grandmaster. Born in 1962, the son of Grandmaster Chen Chuangang, he began training at the age of 18 with his grandmother Yang Meijun. He lives in Wuhan, but teaches in many parts of China, accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Fu Lixin.

Chen Chuangang

Grandmaster (retired)

Chen Chuangang became Grandmaster of the Wild Goose Qigong system, in 1999. He succeeded his mother Yang Meijun. He has worked to promote the correct teaching of Wild Goose Qigong, ensuring that there is a standard, correct, method to each movement, and not many fragmented variations. This has been done with reference to the teachings handed down from Yang Deshan, his Great Grandfather.

Sue Johnson

Bury Instructor

Sue began her WG journey in 1990. From 2007 - 2014 she studied with Dr Bingkun Hu, (a student of Yang Meijun). Then is 2016, 2017 and 2019 she studied in Wuhan, China with the Grandmaster. She has been teaching Wild Goose Qigong in classes and workshops since 1992. Sue teaches in the Manchester (UK) area, from beginner level to Instructor training.

Sheila Taylor

Altrincham Instructor

Sheila was looking for a Tai Chi class when in 2005, she discovered by accident, Wild Goose Qigong! She also trained with Dr Bingkun Hu during his UK workshops between 2007 -2014. She has twice trained in Wuhan, China with the Grandmaster in 2017 and 2019. Sheila runs a weekly evening class in Altrincham and has also conducted retreats in North Wales.