Sifu Matthew Laurie teaches Wild Goose Qigong in Sheffield Qigong and Chesterfield Qigong classes.  As a diligent student of Master Darryl Moy and 18 year member of the Tse Qigong Centre, Sifu Laurie holds a strong lineage back to Grandmaster Yang Meijun through Master Moy, and  Master Michael Tse. In addition to extensive experience of Wild Goose Qigong, Sifu Laurie also studies and teaches Ip Man Wing Chun, Shaolin Kung Fu and Chinese Philosophy and has taught students to instructor level.  Sifu Laurie has been teaching since 2009 and welcome new students to the Sheffield Qigong and Chesterfield Qigong classes.

Study the authentic skill taught the traditional way.


Sheffield Class – Every Tuesday

6.45pm – Shaolin Qigong
7.45pm – Wild Goose Qigong

Greenhill Methodist Church
School Lane
S8 8JR

Chesterfield Class – Every Wednesday

6.45pm – Shaolin Qigong
7.45pm – Wild Goose Qigong

Stonegravels Parish Centre
Sheffield Road
S41 7JH


The Wild Goose Qigong and Shaolin Qigong movements are taught in a structured syllabus that has been offered by the Tse Qigong Centre for over 20 years.

Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong

  1. Balancing Gong
    Gentle movements to relax the body and develop core strength. Good for saving energy, settling the mind and healing back, hip, shoulder and joint pain.
  2. Healthy Living Gong Parts 1, 2 and 3
    3 sets of movements to develop deeper relaxation, co-ordination, balance and strength. Teaches the principles of the more complicated Wild Goose Qigong forms that feature later in the syllabus.
  3. Wild Goose 1st 64
    The most well known form of the Wild Goose system, this beautiful set of movements takes around 10 minutes to perform but many years to master. The movements help to release sick qi and gather the fresh energy, healing the body and calming the mind.
  4. Wild Goose 2nd 64
    This form continues from the end of 1st 64 but takes twice as long to perform. The movements concentrate on more refined aspects of the qi and work deep inside the body the help restore balance to the organs, tissues and even bones.

Shaolin Qigong

  1. Chun Yuen Xing Sau
    The Chun Yuen movements are more dynamic and help to develop strength, flexibility, balance and co-ordination. Xing Sau introduces the principles of the skill including different stances and hand position.
  2. Chun Yuen Dai Bei
    This longer form is helps to develop strength in the upper body and lungs and involves beautiful geometric postures, balancing and jumping.
  3. Wudang Sword
    This beautiful flowing sword form is from the Wudang mountains and involves intricate shapes and stances. The sword is said to take much longer to master hence its appearance earlier in the syllabus.
  4. Chun Yuen Damo Staff
    This is many students favourite form and is a great work out as well as being great fun. The form is based on the same Chun Yuen but now involves the staff weapon skill as well which is challenging and exciting to learn and perform.



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