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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The original history of yoga and its origins can be traced back over 10,000 thousand years, but its creation specifics are both vague and mysterious. Essentially Yoga has countless systems and sub-systems focusing on principles that align the mind, body and soul. The integration of asanas (poses/postures), breathing techniques, meditation pathways and other unique variations will help the practitioner attain a higher quality of life and maintain healthy organs, muscles, connective tissues and mental facilities. "Yoga is an ancient practice that has historically centered in India. It was a technique that was passed own from generation to generation through master-disciple relationships." (Smith 1) Dialogue and personal experience were the main forms of transferring knowledge from teacher to student before the yoga Bible, Yoga Sutras were written in 200 B.C. by a man named Pantanjali. "The Yoga Sutras attributed to the Sage Pantanjali are used as a source scripture by many traditional Yoga Systems.

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"As a clinician, Brian has worked our camps for the past two years. He does an excellent job of demonstrating great technique while also stressing the urgency of taking care of yourself and your opportunities to compete at a high level. This past year, Brian did a wonderful job of adding yoga training to our camp systems. He did a great job of demonstrating the techniques and relaying the importance of yoga in wrestling. I think he did a great job of opening some eyes and made believers out of our campers.

Brian is a great public speaker. His personality and character attract not only the attention of the campers, but the parents as well. Brian Woods practices what he preaches as is evident by his physical and mental stature."

- - Dave Vondy
Principal (Yuma High School)
Director (All-American Wrestling Camps)