Arthur Rosenfeld began his martial arts training in 1980 and has studied deeply with Chinese Tai Chi grandmasters, and is dedicated to personal transformation and social change through the application of Taoist philosophy and movement. In 2012 the Chinese government honored him by ordaining him a Taoist monk at the Chun Yang (Pure Yang) Taoist Temple in Guangzhou, the only Westerner to be so honored. He hosts the hit (56MM households tune in) national PBS show Longevity Tai Chi with Arthur Rosenfeld, contributes to such magazines as Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Parade. He blogs on The Huffington Post, and his offerings also appear in The Wall Street Journal.
Arthur Rosenfeld was named Tai Chi Master of The Year at the World Congress on Qigong in 2011. He produced and hosted a documentary series on the scientific evidence for acupuncture, tai chi, and meditation. He has penned 11 critically acclaimed books. Along with the Dalai Lama, he was a finalist for the prestigious Books for a Better Life award for his bestseller The Truth About Chronic Pain. His recent novels have featured Chinese philosophy and martial arts action. He is also the author of a forthcoming Tai Chi book—a work introducing the subject to the broad audience—and has two other books on related subjects forthcoming. He holds workshops around the country, and teaches beginning and advanced martial arts students locally in South Florida.
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