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Please include a brief description of the members and geographic region you serve.

If your organization''s focus covers Oriental and Traditional Chinese Medicine in general, please submit your site to Chinese Medicine Professional Organizations

Organizations supporting Oriental bodywork should submit to Oriental Bodywork Professional Associations
Associations that support practitioners, as well as educational groups promoting the benefits of qigong.
Appropriate sites should provide news about qigong events or an active forum to discuss questions about qigong.
Sites with news about events or forums discussing qigong.
Qigong instructors, please include the following information in your submission:
* Description of qigong styles taught
* Instructor or school founder''s name
* Name and location of school

Please submit to the geographic category which most closely fits your usual location for classes.

Foreign language sites which do not provide pages in English should submit to the appropriate World category.
Qigong instructors offering classes to the general public.
Periodicals, journals and publishers must provide educational content about qigong.

Journals whose main subject is Oriental or Traditional Chinese Medicine should submit to Chinese Medicine Publications

Booksellers, please submit to the appropriate category in Shopping
Periodicals, publishers and publications dedicated to qigong.
Submit sites that specifically promote Yan Xin Qigong, developed by Dr. Yan Xin.
A style of qigong developed by Dr. Yan Xin, very popular with university students. Yan Xin Qigong is a part of Traditional Chinese Qigong. At the same time, it emphasizes more on the cultivation of virtue and scientific spirit, and seeks the guidance of modern scientific spirit in the practice and exploration of Qigong.
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