"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear..."

Snake Gazing At The Moon
The only competition worthy of a superior person is with themselves
Confucious

We accept students from 12 years old and up. Sorry we do not teach younger children at this time.

Please Note

It is impossible for you to learn Authentic Traditional Practice Routines of the Chinese Internal Martial Arts exclusively from these videos. They are provided solely for your enjoyment, information and appreciation of our website. Since some people will try anyway, please be aware that you will bear absolute and complete responsibility for the results of any and all accidents and injuries. If you attempt to learn our techniques from these videos you are certainly guaranteed to waste your time, learn improperly, and develop poor form and bad habits which will make it far more difficult to learn proper technique should you in the future decide to seek instruction in a proper manner. It is also quite possible to hurt yourself should you attempt to learn the movements without the guidance of a qualified instructor. Additionally, expect to look extremely foolish when demonstrating any of these movements in front of anyone who really knows anything. The only way to learn correct technique in the Traditional Martial Arts of China is to personally attend an Authentic Traditional School.

Our school is a school of Traditional Chinese Internal Martial Arts. We do not participate in any competition. Competition in Martial Arts tends to inflate the ego of the winner and damage the self-esteem of the loser, and those results are totally incompatible with the goals of the Internal Martial Arts. In China, Competitions and Tournaments have largely given way to Exhibitions where skilled practitioners display their skills in an atmosphere of friendly cooperation which may be described as an informative service.

We present this website as well as the instruction at our school to sincere individuals who are certain to benefit from professional Guidance and Direction in following a highly organized and structured course of study in the Internal Martial Arts of China, and not for the benefit of “armchair warriors” who seek only self-aggrandizement by trying to pick up a few movements here and there at their convenience in order to satisfy their personal need to impress others.

Last modified: January 2013