Pangu Yoga Teacher Training


You love the practice. Now you can teach it, too!

Being a Pangu Yoga teacher is a journey and experience of the heart and soul, giving us an opportunity to share true health and happiness with others. This training weekend is only the beginning of an exciting opportunity to discover more of who we are.

Much of what takes place during this training happens through a transmission of energy. No manual or book alone can teach you how to be a Pangu Yoga teacher. This comes from dedicated and consistent practice, life experience, reading Master Ou's books, attending lectures, applying the knowledge, and contemplation. It becomes what you are rather than something you do or write about. Master Ou suggests we remain calm, open-minded, tolerant, humble, and diligent, and work hard to achieve the best results.



  • Practice Pangu Yoga 3 times weekly for 6 months

  • Practice Moving Form daily for 1 year (Moving form must be practiced daily for one month before learning Nonmoving Form).

  • Practice Nonmoving Form daily for 1 year

  • Read the 3 volumes of The Path of Life by Master Ou Wen Wei.

  • Successful completion of a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Program

  • Minimum of ten journal entries about your Pangu Yoga experience


Course fee: $560.

Registration and nonrefundable deposit of $250 is due with your application. Remaining balance of $310 is due two weeks prior to the start of training.


Download, complete, and submit a copy of the application form to Anisha to save your space in this inspiring Pangu Yoga Teacher Training.

Class size is limited. This training is offered to a small group, so reserve your space early!


Nancy Elizabeth Allen     |   raleigh, nc

Nancy practices and teaches yoga as a moving meditation. She believes yoga has the power to transform you physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Yoga has helped her discover greater strength, vitality, compassion, and peace. Her practice connects her to her truest self, her community, the world around her, and the divine. She is honored to share these gifts with her students and partner with them as they explore yoga on and off their mats.
Nancy is a graduate of the 285-hour Blue Lotus yoga immersion and teacher training intensive and is currently pursuing advanced training at Blue Lotus for RYT 500 status. Nancy has also completed training through Duke Integrative Medicine in Integrative Health Coaching and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.

In February 2015 Nancy became one of the first teachers to complete Pangu Yoga Teacher Training with Anisha Desai Fraser. Nancy is also a student of Master Ou Wen Wei and became certified to teach the Pangu Shengong Moving Form in 2015. Practicing Pangu Shengong and Pangu Yoga has helped her let go of pain in her heart and her body, increasing her health and happiness. She is excited to offer this beautiful and powerful healing practice to her students.

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I have experienced the healing power of Pangu Shengong and want to share this simple, yet extremely effective healing modality with others. Pangu teaches us the importance of cultivating kindness and broadening our hearts to the universe, and I think if more people learned and practiced Pangu Shengong we would all be happier and healthier.

Marina Olokuni     |     philadelphia, pa

Marina Olokuni,  Midwife in training, Pangu Shengong Medical Qi Gong Teacher, Certified Natural, Health Consultant, Certified Pangu Yoga Instructor, Massage Therapist, Energy & Bodywork specialist graduated from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey in 2002 with a bachelors degree in Urban/Regional Development and Sociology.

She's currently under the tutelage of Dr. Llaila Afrika to obtain her Doctor of Naturopathy (ND Designation).  Marina has studied natural healing, various forms of sound healing, mediation, pain medicine and food science with the likes of Dr. Aris Latham, Dr. Karn Sehgal, HH Rinpoche Kenpho Ratsa, HH Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Dr. Sebi and Master Ou Wenwei to name a few.

Marina is currently undergoing a campaign in the South Florida area  called the Journey of Water which raises awareness water shortages globally, on healthy drinking water and magnesium deficiency in urban communities. She teaches Kemetic Yoga in Fort Lauderdale, Philadelphia and the tri state area. Marina enjoys organic farming, Capoeira Angola, Afro-Cuban Orisha dancing, and teaching various forms of meditation.

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Kelly Lucivero     |     St. Thomas, USVI

Kelly treads the earth with her feet on the ground and her head in the clouds. She strives to act as liaison between heaven and earth through her daily practices. A practitioner of yoga since 2003 and Pangu Shengong since 2011, she currently teaches yoga, the PGSG Moving Form, and Pangu Yoga.

From a decade of living and traveling aboard a sailboat, Kelly has learned to appreciate and integrate with her natural surroundings, inviting health, strength and happiness through the most efficient and simple practices.  She has found the method of PGSG to be the most powerful, enjoyable, and versatile for getting the most out of all other practices!

“My journey with Pangu Yoga has been indescribable. Clearly it is a perfect blend of my practices of yoga and qi gong, and yet the synergy transcends any expectation of experience, either while on the mat or its lasting effects. Since learning the Sequences of Pangu Yoga in 2015, I have felt a definite boost in energy levels, physically, emotionally, mentally, and life enjoyment all around! It is a natural next step for me to express my gratitude for these opportunities by sharing them with others. Namaste!”

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