Wenshengquan is a little known ancient ''internal'' martial art style from Shandong, as a result the style remains intact with a curriculum that is still pure and complete. It retains its unique slow and fast movements training and real combat applications without mysteries or contaminations. The Wenshengquan training curriculum focuses first on teaching students the correct internal structure or breathing methods for the development of the internal force (nei-li) rather than the learning in the biginning complex sequences of movements. It therefore can be recommended not only for those who want to learn a traditional martial art but also for anyone who wants to improve any kind of sports training. Wen-Sheng means sacred word, this was the name that Song Chuan Ping (first generation) gave to this martial style in honor of Confucius (who was also from Shandong). Created in the Qing dynasty (1640 c.) by Liu Feng Tian (prince and taoist monk) this style combines internal force with practical applications for the concrete development of Qi and the improvement of general blood circulation.
~ Learning Qi-Gong daoyin set from Wensheng gong. Chinese internal
alchemy (Daoyin), which is good for improving and developing internal energy and understanding the concept of Chinese Qi/Chi. This is good for the Wensheng practice as well as for general health.
~ Wensheng Zhanzhuang (static exercises). Good for gaining a strong structure through the correct skeletal
static exercises are good for weight lifters, combat sport athletes and people who work sitting.
~ Wenshengquan martial applications and practice plus sparring for beginners and experts (hand
to hand and traditional wensheng sword fencing).
~ Depending on numbers there will also be the opportunity to travel to the hometown of Wenshe
ngquan (Shandong,Jilin) and train with Master Wanganlin’s family. There you will experience their
traditions and share in their stories and knowledge in the home of Confucius.
The teacher has more than 18 years of chinese Gong-Fu experience. From Southern styles like: Hung Gar (YeeKeung) and Wing Chung (WSL) to northern styles like: Tang Lang (seven stars LKW) and Taijiquan (Yang,Wu and Chen). He is former disciple of Yiquan (M.Yaochengrong) in Beijing and is disciple for master Wanganlin for Wenshengquan.
For infos about private classes or for the wenshengquan Beijing stages contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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