Chi Sao is an exercise for improving close distance focusing with the eyes and contact reflexes. After a block, there exists a contact point. At this point, an opponent’s intended move is transmitted as a vibration. The response to this vibration is a contact reflex action.
The side benefits of Chi Sao exercises are improvements in mobility at close range, timing of movements, accuracy of strike, generation of power at short range, and control of an opponent’s balance and arms from point of contact.
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There is a tradition of ancient healing secrets that have been handed down by Chinese Grandmasters for nearly two thousand years.
Grandmaster William Cheung is the honoured custodian of more than five hundred ancient Chinese medical scrolls containing secret formulae that have been translated into another language.
For the first time ever, these healing techniques are now revealed in Cheung's Meridian Therapy. This course takes a surprisingly simple, but highly effective and holistic approach to the art of healing. It deals with health problems at the source.
Cheung's Meridian Therapy (CMT) course explains how pain control and relaxation are necessary to the healing process and how Chi meditation reduces stress and builds up the body's strength to resist disease and provides proven programs to deal with back pain, neck, shoulder, hip, knee and ankle problems. Effective treatments are prescribed for sprains, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive strain injuries, rheumatism, arthritis, tennis elbow, fractures, dislocations, ligament and tendon injuries.
Iso-Chi is an effective health and fitness program that combines the use of internal energy (chi) and isometric exercises.
Iso-Chi is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The classes start with gentle warm-up meridian stretching exercises, then the Iso-Chi exercises, and finish with meditation.
It is said that, "chi is the son of blood and blood is the mother of Chi. When Chi moves the blood moves and therefore heals." Improving your circulation is going to help your blood move oxygen and nutrients throughout your body and more efficiently remove waste products from metabolism. This can go a long way to improving your health.
Since ancient times, the Chinese have recognized that our bodies are merely a part of the world as a whole and that makes us part of nature. Man is living under nature's influence, whether you know it or not. Each human body is a miniature replica of the universe itself, and so is subject to the same laws and rules as nature. There is a principle of constant flow or flux in nature, an it is in accord with this fundamental principle that our world is constantly changing. In Chinese philosophy this principle is known as the Yin and Yang theory. Our bodies are one with the universe and flow in harmony or discord with the forces of nature. All things are born from the Chi of Yin and Yang.
Moving Chi through meditation is more dependent on the mind, the breath and the polarity of the Meridian points themselves to promote the flow of Chi throughout the body. Chi Meditation is one of the oldest forms of meditation developed in ancient China.
Learn how to get out of a dangerous and violent situation. Learn how to deal with a stronger and bigger attacker as well as armed opponents. Learn awareness and preparedness. Because Wing Chun was developed by a woman, it is dynamic and scientific, and the most effective fighting system in the world.
4 months for just $30/month. You will receive a new video each month.
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Amongst Chinese Grandmasters there exists a tradition of ancient healing secrets that have been handed down through generations for nearly two thousand years.
Grandmaster William Cheung is the honoured custodian of more than five hundred ancient Chinese medical scrolls containing secret formulae that have successfully treated many different illnesses and injuries.
From the midst of these secret formulae, Grandmaster Cheung presents his 100-day Iron Palm Training Program. With this program, serious martial artists can now train in ancient methods that will:
- increase their striking power up to five times their current levels;
- develop their abilities to harness internal energies more efficiently;
- improve their striking focus and target penetration
This video is to be used in addition to the Iron Palm training course.
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Learn the most effective sparring and training techniques of Wing Chun Kung Fu and Boxing. For professional, amateur fighters as well as martial artists.
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PRO-TEKT is a Personal Protection Program which adopts a multiple strategy to fight violence and crime.
The program consists of:
1. Awareness and Prevention
2. Psychological Profile of the Attacker
3. Assistance to the Victim
4 Stun & Run
6. Crisis Rehearsal
7. Stress Management & Motivation
PRO-TEKT is based on Wing Chun Kung Fu - the world's only Martial Art created by a woman for women and men.
The effectiveness of this martial art lies in its ability to transcend all limitations and barriers (i.e. age, gender, size, strength, abilities and disabilities). The PRO-TEKT techniques provide the practitioner with a streamlined no-nonsense method of protection based on economy of motion and proper body mechanics.
PRO-TEKT teaches Personal Protection. It is not a course on fighting techniques, but is a program that teaches you how to avoid becoming a victim of violence. Nevertheless, if you have to physically deal with an attacker you will learn to use Stun & Run and the proven philosophy behind every PRO-TEKT : Personal Protection Program. This program has been enjoying over 10 years success in many countries overseas.
PRO-TEKT will guarantee:
There are no age or fitness barriers;
Improve your confidence and feel good;
Improve your motivation;
As you are being taught personally by Grandmaster Cheung, this seminar will be an enjoyable experience;
Become competent in applying the most simple and effective strategies to deal with potential attacks;
Peace of mind, safety on the streets and security in the home.
Filmed in the monks’ private training hall at The Shaolin Temple, China, as well in the Headquarters of The Global Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu Association in Melbourne, Australia, these lessons feature Wing Chun techniques to deal with MMA fighters.
Along with the development of the Wing Chun system, the butterfly sword (bart jarm dao), was chosen as the only weapon in the Wing Chun system because the length of the bart jarm dao made it easy to conceal. It could be used as a extension of the arms, and they were the most deadly and effective weapons of all. This was because the bart jarm dao system emphasized the training of coordinating the two swords, the training of the eyes, wrist and footwork. The principle was based on the fact that every defense was accompanied by a counter attack, and every attack was accompanied by a trapping, parrying or immobilizing move of the other sword. Plus, it was designed to use the ingenuity of the Wing Chun footwork to its fullest extent, making it the champion of all weapons.
Within the art of Wing Chun, Dim Mak uses a short list of pressure points. Each lies along a specific meridian line.
Each organ has an associated time of day when it’s weakest and, therefore, most vulnerable. If you attack a point during this period, the meridian will slow or stop, and the organ can fail. In extreme cases, death can result. It bears repeating that pressure points are often sensitive already, so even if they’re struck outside their time zone, your technique can still be effective The pain can stun your opponent, setting him up for a more powerful blow or opening an avenue of escape. The ultimate goal of Dim Mak is, in the immortal words of Muhammad Ali, to “float like a butterfly and sting like a bee.”
Learn the ancient Wing Chun secrets of fighting with the dragon pole. Wing Chun is a scientific approach to fighting, especially in weapons where one cannot afford to make the slightest mistake and where every move and counter move has its specific purpose. It is essential that the practitioner use the dragon pole as an extension of his arms.