Deguang graduated from Anhui College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Heifei, China in 1984 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and from China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing with a Master degree of Acupuncture & Medical Qigong in 1987. After graduation, he became a research staff, focusing on TCM and Medical Qi Gong, at the Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing until 1991. In the same year he became a graduate student in Psychosomatic Medicine Department, Tokyo University. Deguang also practiced TCM at the Institute of Diabetes Mellitus & Obesity, Kanakawa, Japan and in Moscow, Soviet Union for short periods.
In 1997, Deguang relocated to United States and became a licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist of Massachusetts and started practicing in Women’s Health center of North Shore Medical Center in Danvers, MA. In 1998, Deguang became an instructor of Medical Qigong & clinical supervisor of acupuncture and herbal medicine at New England School of Acupuncture. Simultaneously, Deguang also worked as an acupuncturist and instructor of Qigong & Taichi at the Cancer Center of Mass General Hospital.
Qigong Master Yang’s practice of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong for over twenty years enables him to both sense and emit energy associated with Qi (bio-electromagnetic fields). This ability allows him to detect and localize lesions in the human body and effectively heal medical problems. Master Yang is a member of the Chinese Medical Qigong Association and was principle Qigong instructor at the Keiwa Qigong Institute in Tokyo, Japan and in China. He has been practicing Medical Qigong in the United States since 1997, specializing in depression, heart disease, blood pressure imbalances, stroke, asthma, sciatica, paraplegia/hemiplegia, blood sugar imbalances, and thyroid conditions.