WUSHU
Wushu - which is sometimes called Guoshu, Gongfu, or Kung Fu in the West - is the overall term for all self-defense sports in China. Originally, Wushu comprised a set of martial skills used by Chinese soldiers and fighters that were passed on within a family, or a monastery, or from a master to his or her students.
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TAI CHI
Tai Chi (also known as Taijiquan) is a Chinese martial art whose legacy dates back to the early 17th century. The name Taijiquan translates as "Supreme Ultimate Boxing" and is considered the highest form of martial art.
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QI GONG
Qigong (also known as Chi Kung) is the Chinese philosophy and practice of aligning breath, physical activity and awareness for mental, spiritual and physical health.
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SELF DEFENSE
Sanda, also known as Sanshou, is a type of Chinese martial art with very practical combat applications. Sanda provides systematic and comprehensive training in strength, speed, balance and concentration.
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