“Chungliang Al Huang's teaching at my music school made more positive impact than any teachers before.”

Yehudi Menuhin,
violinist, conductor

A celebrated author, Chungliang Al Huang has a number of best-selling books to his credit. These include the classic “Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain: The Essence of Tai Ji” which has been translated into 14 languages and is now in its 35th year of publication. Other popular titles include “Essential Tai Ji”, “Quantum Soup” and “The Chinese Book of Animal Powers”.

Huang is co-author of “Tao: The Watercourse Way” with Alan Watts and a series of books with Jerry Lynch on sports/body/mind training such as “Thinking Body, Dancing Mind” and “The Way of the Champion”.

Huang’s life, varied career and scholarly pursuits have taken him around the globe. From the renowned Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, to the world's major capitals, he shares the stage with such luminaries as HH Dalai Lama.

He has been a keynote speaker at major world gatherings in China, India, Switzerland, Germany, South America, South Africa, and Bali. In 1988, he was a featured presenter in the inaugural segment of the PBS series, “World of Ideas” moderated by Bill Moyers.