WUJI

 


CHI KUNG – (Level 1) – ENERGY and HEALING.

Chi Kung at this level lies between meditation and Traditional Chinese medicine, as an exercise it deeply relaxes and reduces the effects of stress and tension inside the body to improve overall health and well-being. Its practice is highly recommended to therapists of all descriptions.

CHI KUNG – (Level 2) – POWER TRAINING.

Chi Kung at this level strengthens the body and develops power, and is useful to martial artists, athletes and people involved in sports/physical activity.


TAI CHI – (Level 1) – FORM.

The Tai Chi form is composed of a sequence of movements based on the concept of applying the thirteen postures, which are the directions of force within Tai Chi when applied as a boxing art.


TAI CHI – (Level 2) – PUSHING HANDS.

Further Tai Chi training teaches the two man drill of pushing hands to develop a students sensitivity, allowing the necessary skill which links the form to the understanding of boxing application.


KUNG FU – APPLICATION.

The Kung Fu training has been developed as a practical self defence system, and teaches most of the strategies within the internal boxing arts. Its practice offers a unique insight into how to develop martial skill without reliance on the strength or agility of the practitioner.