Schrijf je nu in voor een exclusieve en unieke workshop met Grandmaster Wang Zhi Hai.

Workshop data: 10-12 juni 2016

10 juni: 19.00 - 21.00 uur

11/12 juni: 10.00 - 15.00 uur

Workshop - studenten

€ 100*
  • *Prijzen gelden voor studenten van de Liuhemen Kungfuschool.
  • Bij registratie en ontvangst betaling voor 15 mei 2016
  • na 15 mei betaal je € 120

Workshop niet-studenten*

€ 135*
  • *Prijzen gelden voor niet-studenten aan de Liuhemen Kungfuschool.
  • Bij registratie en ontvangst betaling voor 15 mei 2016
  • na 1 mei betaal je € 155.

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Workshop Wang Zhi Hai

We are very excited to announce that Master Wang Zhi Hai will be visiting the Netherlands again this year. Master Wang is one of China's living treasures of the Traditional Kung Fu. He has mastered many styles including "Yang Qing Quan", "Pi Qua", "Tong Bei", "Fan Zi Quan", "Tai Chi Chen style", "Feng Mo Gun" and "Miao Dao". He is especially well known for his skill with the Miao Dao, Pi Qua and Feng Mo Gun.

Master Wang is 5 times National Champion in China and has also won many diverse prizes including the Golden Award which was personally given him by President Obama. He has also been a member of congress in his city of Cangzhou. We are very honored to have him here as our guest and look forward to all the knowledge which he will share.

Workshop programma

Pigua quan originated in the late Ming Dynasty, after the Mid Qing Dynasty, is mainly spread in the Changzhou region in Hebei. Traditionally it is called Pi gua quan. When practicing Pi gua quan, it looks ferocious, agile and brave, full of power and grandeur, penetrating up – and down movements, investigating reach and pull back, opening and closing, exploding, winding snake movements, extreme chopping and hard hanging.  With big openings and closings it looks very fluently, elegant and easy.  It resembles the flowing water from a big river, up and down, twisting and turning, non-stop it rushes down for a thousand miles.  It startles people, it’s just amazing.

 

Changzhou’s Feng Mo (Demonic stick) is different from the Northwest stick system, which again differs from the shaolin form, although they carry the same name. It belongs to the Changzhou Pigua stick form. This stick form comes from mister Guo (former Nanjing Central Martial arts professor also National government ministry of martial arts instructor) and Ma Ying tu (former Nanjing central martial arts museum shaolin section chief). In the early 1930s  when they were teaching, they were creating the Pigua Dao form.  This was to fill up the Pigua system so they would be no lack of equipment styles. When practicing the Feng Mo stick and the knife form or the spear form, they used sweeping, quick changes between fast and slow, attack and defend.  The stick form is simple and fluent, it is not to trick someone, the movements are rapidly, changing and very agile. These are the main points to master this martial arts. It has the waist movements of the Piguaquan and the footworks of the Tong bei quan. Therefore when practicing this, there is no standard posture but rapidness of the feet.  The sound of the stick will distract and obstruct the enemy, what makes him go insane.  The form is like flowing water from a big river, it moves up and down fluently, rushes down over a thousand miles without obstructions, therefore it gets the name Feng Mo (Demonic stick).

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