I’ve created a special page on Wai Tan Kung because there is so much benefits to this exercise and yet I felt it is sadly underpromoted. Do note that I am not part of the committee member- but is someone who have benefited from the exercises and wanted to help to create more awareness about this practice.

Contact Details:

Pertubuhan Pengkajian Dangong Malaysia
Dangong Research Society Malaysia
16 Jalan 14, Desa Jaya, Kepong
52100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 603- 6 2 7 6 3 6 6 3, Fax: 6 0 3- 6 2 7 6 3 3 0 6
Email: mydangong@yahoo.com
(Association registration number: 0345-06-WKL)

The organisation is a non profit organisation as the exercises are meant to be given out as a gift of health. However, in Malaysia, any gathering that involves groups of people would need to be registered.

There are various locations and areas where the exercises can be practiced, as trained instructors conduct classes for almost free (except if the exercises are done at community halls, a small token of collection is made to pay for the rental of the hall). For more information, you may contact the organisation above.

Here are some articles that I have written in this blog related to benefits of wai tan kung exercises:


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