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Tailoring Daoist clothing is an ancient tradition with strict guidelines. The seams and cut must be very particular to give each piece of clothing the maneuverability needed when practicing internal martial arts. Daoists are in harmony with nature and so must be the fabric, 100% organic, antiallergic textiles with natural processing and coloring give you the comfort and skin-friendliness you need for daily practice.


Traditional Daoist Chinese medicine is a style of conventional medicine built on a foundation of more than 2,500 years. The view of the body places little emphasis on anatomical structures but is mainly concerned with the identification of functional entities (which regulate digestion, breathing, aging, etc.). While health is perceived as the harmonious interaction of these entities and the outside world, a disease is interpreted as a disharmony in interaction.

Online Classes

The training opportunities of the Wudang Academy are important to convey the basic knowledge and up to advanced thematics in a practical and comprehensible manner. With our online program, you can learn the internal martial arts everywhere. We have 4K quality streams and publish new episodes frequently for your daily training. The online sessions are suited for beginners and advanced practitioners; you can learn here from scratch or use your prior knowledge to enhance yours with the internal understanding from the Wudang Daoists. Since we are an independent and self-sustaining Institution, we need your support to keep it that way.


Daoist practitioners need specific light shoes with a thin, flat and flexible sole. Feeling the connection between heaven and earth, the sensitivity in every step is necessary for the proper control. The heel must be flat to balance the gravity center correctly and support the right direction of every movement.


In China, there are many different kinds of teas. Our teas are free from impurities and have the highest quality possible, the tea is purely organic and is produced by families or friends which carry on the ancient tea tradition of China.