7-8pm Mondays: July 13th - August 17th The art of fighting with the spear or Qiāng (槍) provides the foundation for the methods of Xíngyìquán. One of the oldest and most respected of the ancient weapons, it is traditionally known as the “King of All Weapons.” for its versatility and power. This six week … LEARN MORE about Qiāngfa: Chinese Spear Fighting Workshop
Xingyiquan & Baguazhang Kung Fu
The Art of Moving the Body with Intention
As Taoist internal martial arts, Form & Intention Fist, and Eight Trigrams Palm, are rare and ancient styles of Chinese Kung Fu which are revered for their unique ability to develop a natural and powerful system of unified mind-and-whole-body connected movement. Combining effective real world self-defense with meditation, these internal arts promote health, strength, longevity, flexibility, confidence, mindfulness, clarity of thought, and unity of body & mind.
American swordsmanship, like HEMA has been carefully reconstructed from the original training manuals and pressure tested in order to revive the art as accurately as possible. Historical fencing has a rich written tradition in America, spanning from 1734 in colonial Jamestown with the printing of the first American book on smallsword fencing, to the last official US military swordsmanship manual written by famous U.S. Army Second Lieutenant (later General) George S. Patton in 1914.