Brian "Seraiah" Wood's DRAGON TAO is reminiscent of Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do in that it meshes many styles into one ever-evolving and expanding system.

DRAGON TAO is both Martial and Healing in Nature just like the Tao...Yin and Yang.

On the Martial side lies techniques and applications from traditional and authentic arts such as: Chinese Kung Fu (Shaolin & Wing Chun) Muay Thai and American Kickboxing, Western Boxing, Wrestling, Tai Chi, Gracie Jiu Jitsu and Submission Grappling, Pekiti Tirsia Kali Bladefighting (Philippines), Indonesian Silat and much more.

On the Healing side lies ancient systems such as: Chinese Qigong & Tai Chi, Yoga, Reiki, Meditation and Genetic Recoding.

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In this sometimes hectic and fast paced world we live in, most people cannot or will not let themselves relax or calm the thoughts even for 5 minutes throughout the day. It has been proven scientifically and intuitively that stress is the #1 cause of illness, disease and cancer. If one can learn to combat these stresses in positive and enlightening ways one can increase quality and longevity of life. This information breaks down some basic meditation techniques and is outlined for use by fighters and athletes. The following are positions or postures that can be practiced for focus or relaxation and can be led by intention of thought or absence of thought.

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Brian Wood worked with me as a guest clinician at the Rulon Gardner Summer Camp Series. I invited Brian at the request of his reputation for providing a unique Eastern approach to the sport of wrestling. Brian taught solid fundamentals of wrestling. He combined philosophy with technique in a way that is unique in the sport of wrestling. Brian's approach taught some important lessons about how to approach the mental challenges that wrestlers face. He taught warm-up, stretching, and strength building exercises that are unique in the sport of wrestling, but are very specific to the sport. The exercises build core muscle strength and balance that wrestlers need and use. It was a privilege working with Brian and I would recommend Brian as a camp clinician. I plan to continue to work with Brian.

- - Cole Kelley
Camp Director (Rulon Gardner Olympic Summer Camp Series)