Shaolin Kung fu

Shaolin Kung fu is based on the traditional Chinese social culture. It has the practical characteristics of physical fitness and martial arts defense it also contains profound religious culture. The birthplace of Shaolin Kung fu is at the Shaolin Temple at the foot of Wurui Peak, Shaofang Mountain in Henan Province, China.

Bajiquan(Baji)

Bajiquan is a traditional Chinese fighting style known for its direct and powerful striking. It is considered the bodyguard martial arts. Unlike other fighting sports such as kick boxing, Baji does not require strong physical preparation even though it can turn into a very deadly style of martial arts if practiced at its highest level and with proper physical conditioning.

Wing Chun

Wing Chun is a Chinese martial arts form of self-defense utilizing both striking and grappling while specializing in close-range combat. According to legend, Wing Chun was created by a Buddhist named Nun Ng Mui, who was a master of Shaolin Kung Fu. Using her martial arts training and personal experience, she synthesized a compact form of Kung fu to exploit weaknesses in the other combat styles and give an advantage to smaller fighters like herself.

Taijiquan(Taiji)

Taijiquan is an ancient Chinese form of exercise originally created as a fighting art. It was founded by a Taoist Monk named Zhang San Feng. It’s origins date back over 700 years, some say even up to 1,500 years. Although Taiji was originally a Martial Arts style, it is mainly practiced today as an excellent form of exercise with many health benefits.

QiGong

Qigong is an umbrella term for a variety of ancient Chinese healing arts, all of which focus on cultivating the Qi, or internal energy, especially for health, vitality, and longevity. The most important thing you need to know about Qigong is that it works wonders for self healing. The concept of Qigong dates back to 5000 BCE, however the practice itself has not been lost and is practiced to this day.

Sanda

Sanda is a Chinese self-defense system and a combat sport. It is a system of unarmed combat that was designed by the Chinese Elite Forces based upon their intense study of Chinese traditional martial arts such as Kung fu, Shuai Jiao, Chin Na and modern hand-to-hand combat philosophy to develop a realistic system of unarmed fighting for the Chinese military. Sanda employs all parts of the body as anatomical weapons to attack and counter with.

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