HON SAT CHUEN, 韩锡泉, M.F.A., O.M.D. is a native of China. He is a graduate of the doctorate foreign program at the Guangzhou TCM College, China. He also holds a Masters in Movement Analysis and Dance Therapy from Connecticut College as well as a Bachelor of Science from Princeton University in neuroscience with a minor in ancient Chinese linguistics. In 2018, he returned as a guest lecturer, conducting workshops on interior energy cultivation at Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China with great reception by faculty and students.
Amongst his students and clients are: Philip Glass, the late Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, Sigourney Weaver, Meredith Monk, Krishna Das.
His Qigong & Taiji Dantao Center is one of the oldest ongoing schools in New York City established in 1981.
He is the author of two books: Taoist Qigong for Health and Vitality and Healing Cancer with Qigong. He has additionally directed two films: Chaotic Harmony and Taiji on 23rd Street.
Sifu Hon returned to China and finished a three years Doctorate Program for foreign students at the Guangzhou TCM medical College as an Oriental Medical Doctor.
Principal Teacher & Founder of Cloud Dantao
and Dantao Center, NYC
Later on Sifu Hon studied the Shaolin Kung Fu
Sifu Hon has a broad martial arts background with extensive training in qigong, Taoist interior alchemy, and Buddhism. He additionally studied neuroscience and modern dance choreography. As part of his Master's thesis, he studied with Native American shaman and their sacred dances.
Additionally as a young child in Hong Kong, he met Yi Meng, Bruce Lee's teacher. This was his first entry into Kung Fu.