Weapons of Wudang Martial Arts

Weapons of Wudang martial arts curriculum. After basic conditioning and simple hand forms are learned, a student can train weapon forms as another way to develop strength and agility. Watch what these arts look like on our YouTube channel >> Sword is one of Wudang martial arts weapons and sword is famous throughout China. In…

Weaving a Dream

If we do not pursue our dreams, they will become vacant, change into an unfulfilled desire, and only remain dreams. If we follow our dreams, we will have an opportunity to realize them so that they are no longer dreams but become our goals. We must be persistent to realize these goals so that even if we have losses and failures in life, we also have attainments.

The Tiger Taming Form

Tiger Taming Form

The Tiger Taming Form is one of my favorite in the Wudang kung fu curriculum.  I learned it when I was 16 years old, and living and training on Wudang Mountain.  The Tiger Taming Form wasn’t a part of the regular classes.  The teacher had hand-picked a handful of students from the school, and came…

Shaolin Vs. Wudang

Many people in the United States ask me the difference between Wudang style and Shaolin style.  Both Shaolin and Wudang are traditional Chinese martial arts, but they are different in many ways. SHAOLIN Shaolin style kung fu comes from Shaolin Temple, in Henan Province, Northern China.  Legend has it that around 500 CE, a Buddhist…