Hsing Yi Chuan: A traditional fighting system from Western China with explosive power and lightning strikes. The five-element, ten-animal system is a tough, practical system which emphasises strong stances and a thorough development of the basics. This system has been undiluted by showy techniques or flowery movements.
Ba Gua Zhang: A classic system based on movements around a circle. The system emphasises descending and ascending motions around an opponent with solid stances to deliver strong defence and powerful attacks.
Ba Gua Nine Dragon Sword: Very ancient and rarely taught.
Tai Qi Chuan Wu Hao Frame: One of the four major styles recognised in China which combines elements of Hsing Yi Chuan and Ba Gua Zhang. A compact system suitable for people of all ages which provides for health and self defence abilities. Advanced levels add breathing techniques to develop a Qi Gong capability.
Push Hands and Chin Na Training: A vital component of all internal martial arts taught to students when they have mastered their forms. Push Hands helps develop awareness when dealing with an opponent while moving. Chin Na training will allow the student to counter and render an opponent harmless.
SYDNEY COURSE TIMESClasses are currently held on Mondays and Thursdays from 7:30pm to 9:00pm, and Saturdays from 4:30 to 6:00pm.
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