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BAJI QUAN Read More...
Because of China's long history, its vast territory and the diversity of its people, Kung Fu reflect this complicated structure; it takes different shapes. There have been earlier attempts to classify Wushu Kung Fu (northern, southern, internal, external, Shiao Lin, Wu-Tang, etc.), however most foreign countries have been exposed to southern styles, like those from Canton and Fukian. Nowadays, after 100 years, these styles are no longer practice solely in China, but all over Europe, and the U.S.
TANG LANG QUAN (PRAYING MANTIS BOXING) Read More...
One of the most powerful and intricate styles of Chinese martial arts, Praying Mantis Kung Fu dates back more than 300 years ago to the final period of the Ming Dynasty. The main attributes of this system are its strength, agility, speed, aggression and the quick, perpetual movements of the hands and feet. This makes it extremely difficult for an opponent to defend against an attack.
BAGUA ZHANG Read More...
Bagua zhang [Eight-Diagram Palm] is unique in terms of its combat strategies and using internal energy. Based on the ancient Chinese philosophies of the I Ching [Book of Changes] and the eight combinations of three whole and broken lines, a practitioner moves according to the eight diagrams. From the eight basic palms play a total of 64 palm techniques are derived.
PIGUA ZHANG Read More...
The system known as Pigua Zhang or Pigua Zhang is one of the lesser-known styles of Kung Fu. Very few people outside of China has learned this formidable system, or has even seen what it looks like. Ba Gua Zhang is relatively well known around the world, especially because of its use of the palms, but in the case of Pigua Zhang, even though it also uses palms, it is barely known outside of China.
Taiji quan (5 FAMILIES) Read More...
Taiji quan literally means "Grand Ultimate Fist" and is a centuries old Chinese discipline for health, relaxation, meditation, self-defense and self-cultivation. Practicing this art will help improve one's blood circulation, balance, relaxation and a strengthening of the nervous system.