Wudang Mountains, Tianzhu Peak, Winter, 1997 武当山天柱峰,冬天,1997年
Wudang Dragon Sword, Prof. Liu at Wudangshan 1997 武当龙化剑刘教授在武当山1997年
Terri at Tianzhu Peak, Wudang Mountains 1995 特丽在天柱峰武当山1995年
Push Hands Class, Zhengzhou 1995 推手课,郑州,1995年
Ming Dynasty Gate at Wudang Mountain 明代门这武当山

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The discipline, insights, and depth of experience we have developed through a lifetime of study are not limited to our teaching of traditional Wudang martial arts; they are reflected in everything we do. Talent alone is not enough to earn a gold medal at international competition. It requires diligent practice, determination, and dedication.

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We teach traditional Wudang and Shaolin martial arts. Classes, workshops, seminars, and private lessons are available.

Our research focuses on the health benefits of martial arts practice, traditional philosophy, the character of Wudang martial arts and their self-defense applications.

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Wudang Martial Arts

Wudang Martial Arts

Decending the steps at Wudangshan, Summer 1995

The Wudang martial arts are an orthodox school of Chinese Gongfu. The main component of the Wudang martial arts is Wudang taijiquan. Wudang taijiquan has developed from its simple beginnings of five elements, eight methods, and thirteen postures into many different schools.

Wudang Research Association

The Wudang Research Association was founded in 1996 to bring the teachings and practice of traditional Wudang martial arts to the West. Famous in China but little known elsewhere, the Wudang martial arts have a long history. Named after the Wudang Mountains, they are an orthodox school of Chinese gongfu. Today, thanks to the opening of China and the efforts of many teachers, more and more people have become familiar with the practices, teachings, and benefits of Wudang martial arts.

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