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Baguazhang 八卦掌

Baguazhang is a high-level martial art which utilizes circular stepping patterns and snake-like movements to side-step and deflect an opponent’s … Read more

Baguazhang 八卦掌

Qigong 氣功

“Qi 氣/气” is the energy or natural force that exists in the universe. The Chinese have been studying Qi for … Read more

Qigong 氣功

Taijiquan 太極拳

Taijiquan is well-known in the western world as a powerful health and meditation art, but it is also a very … Read more

Taijiquan 太極拳

Wudang Quan 武當拳 (Kids Class)

Though known primarily for its soft styles, Wudang martial arts also contain many sets similar to hard style. The traditional … Read more

Wudang Quan 武當拳 (Kids Class)

Wudang Sword 武當劍

Wudang Sword has been in existence for many hundreds of years. It is one part of the Wudang martial arts … Read more

Wudang Sword 武當劍

Xingyiquan 形意拳

Xingyiquan, (Form-Intent Boxing), is a serious and powerful style of martial art which utilizes aggressive straight-line attacks. For many hundreds … Read more

Xingyiquan 形意拳

Sanda 散打 (Chinese Kickboxing)

Sanda is an exciting and fast-paced combat system which relies on calisthenics and various workout routines to get the practitioner … Read more

Sanda 散打 (Chinese Kickboxing)
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Event:     Wudang Internal Martial Arts Weekend Workshop/Seminar

When:    Saturday, June 14 & Sunday, June 15, 2014; 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Where:  1227 South Weller St., Seattle, WA 98144

Cost:        $100/person per day;  $180/person for both days

Programs:

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Wudang Fourteen Grand Striking Methods:

9:30 am – 12:30 pm         Workshop Part 1

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm         Lunch Break

2:30 pm – 5:00 pm           Workshop Part 2

Direct, lethal and practical combat techniques for fighting and self-defense.  You’ll learn the 14 locations of the body that can be targeted with a variety of methods by applying different parts of the body to achieve the most lethal and direct effect.  The workshop will involve hands-on pair practices.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

9:30 am – 12:30 pm:    Daoism Study Seminar (more details to come)

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm:    Lunch break

2:00 pm – 5:00 pm:      Qigong Workshop: Wudang Thirteen Elixir Cultivation Methods

Daoism Study (Seminar & Meditation Workshop)

This is a presentation and discussion on the history, core philosophy and tenets of Daoism.   A review and interpretation of selected texts from Daoism Classics such as Dao De Jing, Tai Ping Qing Jing Jing will be presented.  We’ll also introduce the ways of cultivating the internal elixir via meditation using different mudras to enhance physical, psychological and spiritual well-being.

Introduction to Wudang Thirteen Elixir Cultivation Methods

This is a workshop on selected movements from a set of ancient Chinese Taiji Qigong which mimic the movements and energy of thirteen different animals.  The practice of these techniques can cultivate vital Jing (essence), Qi (vital energy) and Shen (spirit) very effectively.  They also reinforce the training of Taiji.

What:   A Glimpse of China: Chinese Culture and Arts Festival

When: May 17, 2014 (Time yet to be determined)

Where: Armory/Center House Main Floor, Seattle Center (305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA)

More info: http://www.seattlecenter.com/festal/detail.aspx?id=44

The Year of the Horse: A Cultural Celebration of the Chinese New Year 2014
Friday January 31st, 2014 7:00PM – 9:30PM
The Triple Door, 216 Union Street, Seattle, WA 98101
Tickets available here

Lunar New Year Celebration
Saturday February 8th, 2014 11:00AM – 11:45AM
Center Court, Bellevue Square Mall
Admission: free