About Tekson Teo

Helping you to relax & focus with qigong & wu wei

I help people stay focused, improve their health and sharpen their minds with qigong exercises that go deep with a touch of wu wei.

Being a management consultant for a substantial part of my career, I know what stress means. It can deprive us of our health, disrupt our work, or rock our relationships.

Thanks to tai chi and qigong, which helped me survive the challenges by staying balanced and recharging my vigor.

I hardly skipped the routines, even during travel. The exercises, especially qigong, are handy. A little corner in a hotel room is sufficient to perform an entire session.

I picked up qigong more than 40 years ago when I was suffering from respiratory irritation. Although not a severe health issue, it was annoying. I coughed often, and it was as loud as thunders. Delightfully, a simple qigong sequence miraculously helped me overcome the problem, and the cough vanished after a couple of months, and I have not looked back since.

I continued to find ways to go deeper with the exercise, and a breakthrough occurred in 1999 when I was privileged to join an ancient tai chi lineage – a game-changer for me. It opened my eyes to the magic of tai chi. Although slow and meditative, it’s extremely powerful.

It also allows me to see the qi energy in perspective. It is hard to imagine, but my Master was able to lift his opponent without physically touching them, relying sheerly on the qi energy.

As a result, tai chi training is the next level of qigong for me!

Both tai chi and qigong are based on the ancient philosophy of the Tao. While going through the training, I pored over ancient literature, including books like the I Ching and Tao Te Ching, so that my training can be more firmly rooted. The study gives me tremendous insight into how we can accomplish more by letting it go and transcend whatever we do – not only qigong – into a new level.

It helps us keep to our center, stay healthy, and, at the same time, achieve and enjoy more in life without having to strain.

Incorporating qigong with wu wei makes the exercise an even more rewarding experience. Having fine-tuned the approach while writing the three books on the subject over the last couple of years, I can’t wait to share the process with as many people as possible.

I hope you’d find what I share helpful.

Thank you very much