October 14, 2011

Angela Yan Lineage and Healing Case Studies

submitted by Amara Charles Back

Angela Yan Chinese Qigong Healing Works and Research


In 1989, Angela performed her “steel needle” demonstration at the International Qi Gong Conference. Ten volunteers performed blood and pain-free “needle-trough-leg”, (piercing a needle through their calves) at the same time under her Qi Gong force. This created a major impact at the conference.

She then traveled to Germany, France, Austria, Greece, Switzerland, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Tai Wan and Mexico to teach and heal patients. She performed many group healings with as many as 20 patients in a single session. In one month, as many as 200 patients were either fully recovered or showed great improvement from Angela’s healing sessions.

During her visit to Germany, Angela held a seminar for western doctors where she presented research from universities of Berlin, Zurich and Italy that substantiated results of her direct healing methods. Modern instruments were used to test her Qi Gong healing on a brain cancer patient. The result showed significant changes and brought her great respect from European medical practitioners.

Angela Yan Qigong Case Study

Another recent Qi Gong study was done at California medical center in Orange County, California. The results shown here indicate significant increase in circulation and reduced muscle pain before and after the Qi Gong session.

Besides in person healing work, Angela has also performed numerous long distance healing sessions. Her most recent session was performed from Buffalo, New York to Tokyo in the spring of 2011. This patient was diagnosed with bladder cancer and was informed by doctors he had one month to live. After Angela performed long distance healings, he showed great reaction, left the hospital and still lives normally until today.

Angela has had success healing gum and blood cancer completely in a single session, and has helped heal other seemingly incurable diseases in 4-5 sessions. In many cases, since dramatic results occurred quickly and sometimes immediately, at times they appear even unbelievable.

Angela’s Teaching

Angela believes that no external help or approach to healing can be ultimate. Every human being must learn about life, and learn how to exist in a healthy, harmonic and balanced state. Besides her own Qi Gong method teaching, she also provides teaching on many other Eastern traditional and spiritual healing methods which include:

Angela Yan Tai Chi
  • Buddhist chanting, dharma and sutra, energy hand gestures
  • Taoist energy cultivation and breathing techniques
  • Yoga, Tai Chi, Tai Chi Fan, sword, calligraphy and Tea ceremony

Recent Cultivation

During recent years, Angela has been traveling to several famous sacred Buddhist mountains in China to cultivate and go into retreat with several holy Buddhist masters, including the well-known great monk, Master Meng Can. She continues to receive teaching and training both physically and spiritually to improve herself.

Angela Yan’s Goal

Angela sees herself as a disciple of Buddha, who is a sacred life scientist to her. She aspires to become a “life engineer” to give and share her best through her “True Qi Gong Kung Fu”.

Angela Yan’s Family background

Angela Yan was born to a family of deeply traditional Chinese cultural and artistic heritage

Angela Great Grandmother

Angela’s great grandmother was the earliest known family member to practice Qi Gong healing and herbal remedies. A legendary figure in her time, stories of her remarkable healing powers were considered almost “supernatural”.

Prof. Yan Hai

Angela’s father, Prof. Yan Hai was a sports work pioneer of the new communist China founded in 1949. In addition to bringing Western concepts of sports into China, he traveled throughout Asia to study and promote the practices of numerous grandmasters in the field of Tai Chi, Qi Gong, martial arts and yoga. He was the author, editor and publisher of hundreds of books on these subjects, most of which were meant to be destroyed during the Cultural Revolution.

Angela’s father and family risked their lives to preserve much of this precious  material.

Professor Yan Hai had worked and studied with, then edited and published books and articles for many well known Qi Gong, Tai Chi and Yoga grandmasters including:

–  Hu Yao Zhen. 1897-1973.

Contemporary Chinese Doctor, martial artist, acupuncturist and Chi Kung Master. Known as the “Father of Modern Chi Kung”. Founded the Capital Martial Arts Research Society in 1953 and the first Chi Kung hospital in Beijing in 1956. Persecuted to death during Cultural Revolution.

–  Cao Xi Zhen. 1898-1978.

Modern Traditional Chinese Massage doctor. Founder of the Cao’s Meridian and Acupoint Massage System. His three major books are “Chinese Medical Massage for Trauma”, “Preventive Massage” and “Traditional Chinese Massage Healing Methods”, which were all edited and published by Professor Yan.

–  Liu Gui Zhen. 1902-1983.

Contemporary Chinese Doctor and Chi Kung Master.  6th generation master of “Internal-Conservation Chi Kung”. Founder of the Bei Dai He and Tang Shan Chi Kung Sanatorium. Best known for his books “Practical Chi Kung Healing Methods” and “the Internal-Conservation Chi Kung”.

–  Gu Liu Xin. 1908-1990.

Famous martial artist. Specializing in Yang’s and Chen’s Tai Chi Pushing Hands. He was Tai Chi teacher for Hu Chi Minh, and many Chinese government officials. Professor Yan was the primary editor and publisher of his works and a close friend.

–  Guo Lin. 1909-1984.

Famous female Chi Kung master. Most well known for the “Guo’s new Chi Kung Methods” which she developed. In 1949 she was diagnosed with uterine cancer and had to have her uterus removed. In 1959, the cancer moved to her gall bladder. After another operation, she developed this Chi Kung style which has been proved to have direct effects against cancer and other chronic diseases. Her books on Chi Kung still hold publishing records and her Chi Kung style is being practiced by people all over the world.

–  Kazuo Banba. 1937-2003.

Japanese Yoga master, doctor and philosopher. 2nd generation master of Yuko-Yoga and founder of the Japanese Yoga Korei Organization in Kyoto, Japan. Professor Yan was invited to become the consultant of the Yoga Korei Organization in Beijing where he had many of Master Banba’s books translated and published in China.

Professor Yan Hai’s titles include:

  • Honorary Director of Chinese National Chi Kung Society.
  • Commissioner of Chinese National Sports and Physical Culture Association.
  • One of the ten founders of the new Chinese Sports and Physical Culture Commission, and the People’s Sports Press.
  • Received life achievement award as the “New China Sports Pioneer” from Chinese Government.
  • Deputy Chief Editor of “China Encyclopedia” Sports Volume.
  • Consultant of Japan Yoga Koreikai Beijing Branch
  • Honorary President of United Kingdom Nei Chia Taijichuan Association
  • Consultant of German-Japan Goshukaku Zen Dojo.

Angela Yan’s Formal Lineage

Angela Yan Sword

Angela’s earliest training started with her father, Prof. Yan Hai. She was trained in both the traditional ways of Qi Gong and martial arts as well as western sports. She received her formal healing training from 2 grand masters in China:

Master Li Yong Chang (???)

Master Li was the founder and president of Chinese Martial Arts Therapeutic Research Center. Members of this center are elite martial artists and national competition champions. The famous actor Jet Li was treated, trained and transformed from a weak young man into  a highly acclaimed martial artist through Master Li Yong Chang’s teaching and healing methods. Angela trained with Master Li for several years where she received the knowledge of his unique, comprehensive healing method which includes the essence of acupuncture, Qi Gong, massage, folk remedy and martial arts techniques.


Master Qi Yao Qing (???)

Master Qi was born in southern China at Guang Xi Province. In early 70s’ he was named a “national treasure” Qi Gong master by Qi Gong science researchers. His energy magnetic discharge was measured at 3 times the level of other contemporary Qi Gong masters. He also performed in many Qi Gong conferences and showed instant results in front of as many as ten thousand people. His Qi Gong method Jing Gang Zi Lai Gong was formed 170 years ago by Master Shi Zi Lai from Shao Lin Temple. Master Qin’s grandfather received intensive training from Master Shi Zi Lai and thus became the 2nd generation master of this powerful Qi Gong projecting style healing method. Angela’s master Master Qin Yao Qing was trained with his grandfather and became the 3rd generation master. After Master Qin Yao Qing passed away, Angela officially became the 4th generation master of Jin Gang Zi Lai Gong.

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