Schedule and Styles

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  • Evening Training
  • Morning Routine
  • Qi Gong
  • Internal Styles
  • Submission Club

Qi Gong

Hui Chun Qi Gong

Back To Spring Qi Gong brings meditation into movement and standing. There are four different key standing positions, each of which are followed by repetitive movement sequences. With continuous practice of these positions, we begin to understand the principles of effortlessness in upright standing, while simultaneously releasing ourselves from physical tensions and unnecessary thoughts. Thus, building an absolute foundation of internal Martial arts.

18 Basic Tai Ji Steps

In the 18 basic Tai Ji Steps, we learn to deliver the principles of standing meditation into movement and step work.
The movement and step work progressively transition from quiet and meditative into more complex and challenging forms of coordination. By practicing these exercises on a regular basis, we are able to build a fundamental understanding of efficient and effortless movement by using our body as a whole unit.

5 Animals Qi Gong

In our 5 Animal Qi Gong, we study the movement principles of five different animals in order to develop various layers and qualities of movement. It allows us to broaden our range of abilities and freedom while moving. This Qi Gong is also connected to the 5 element system of Chinese medicine where each animal is associated with the health of our various bodily organs.

Tai Ji Quan​

Tai Ji Quan, also known as “Tai Chi” in the West, is an ancient
martial and health art which has its origins in the Wudang mountains of China.

In Tai Ji we learn to fill our whole body with awareness by engaging our bodies with slow and continuous motions.
By following the principle “the soft is beating the heart”, we can learn how efficient motions and
the right build-up of structure can improve our health condition while teaching us various ways of self-defense.

First Level – 36 Form

In the first level of our Tai Ji System students learn the basic Wudang Tai Ji 36 form.
In this slow movement sequence, students start to connect together 36 movement techniques
in order to learn how to integrate the basic principles of Qi Gong into a
longer continuous form, while also understanding the principles of fighting applications.

These principles will also progress into sequences of fast and explosive motions at a later stage of advanced development.

Ba Gua Zhang

Ba Gua Zhang, “Palm of the eight trigrams” is the art of the circle.
In its circular way of practice, Ba Gua Zhang teaches the practitioner
how to create and guide spirals through the body. The development of these spirals is the secret
of the well-known light and still rooted step work of Ba Gua Zhang.

First Challenge Circle Walking

In learning Ba Gua Zhang the traditional way, the student has to go through
a 3 year period of daily circle walking. Even though we may progress and develop techniques
earlier on, such stories demonstrate the importance
the circle walking meditation, in order to advance our abilities in Ba Gua Zhang.
This slow and patient method of practice can sometimes be
challenging for those particularly in the beginning of their martial art journey

Xing Yi Quan

Xing Yi Quan is the art of imitation.
By learning to imitate the different elements and various animal qualities, the student will also
develop a relaxed and powerful form of movement called “Fa Li” (sending power).
With concepts coming from Chinese spear fighting, Xing Yi Quan is also famous for its
direct and linear motions.

The importance of standing Qi Gong

The basis for the power development of Xing Yi Quan is a relaxed and connected body.
This unification of the body is attained by a regular practice of standing Qi Gong, of which
the main position is called San Ti Shi (posture of the three bodies).
By standing in this sometimes uncomfortable position for short and long periods of time, the body learns to connect all body parts
in order to merge into one unit by letting go of unneeded muscle tensions.

Weapons

The weapons course changes its topics periodically.

Wudang Sword

The Wudang Sword is famous for its fast and agile footwork while performing expansive and precise sword motions.
In our sword class, students learn the basic 13 sword principles, forms and sparring with the sword.

Wudang Staff

Xuan Wu Gun: “Staff of the Dark Warrior” – is the art of the long staff.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

As the name says already, BJJ- Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a Brazilian martial art and combat sport system
highly effective for dominating the ground distance.
Since ground fighting has gained a great deal of importance during the last decades in the
martial arts world, it has also become important for Wudang Deutschland to educate
interested students in this field of combat.

GFTeam – Grapping Fight Team

The fight team of Wudang Deutschland (Submission Club) is an official affiliate of the world
famous BJJ Team GFTeam. Guided by Head coach of Europe: Gabriel Rainho.

Internal MMA

Internal MMA is our approach to bring the ancient principles
of our inner arts, like Tai Ji and Xing Yi Quan,
into the modern fight world. By applying these fighting concepts
into modern Kickboxing, Sanda, and MMA elements, we aim to
prepare our students in the most efficient way possible to
be successful in sport fights of different disciplines.

Submission Club

The Submission Club is our personal fight team. As a goal orientated team
the Submission Clubs aim is to bring our students to the highest level possible
for sports competition. Students joining the club become part of an
intense as well as a close-growing process.

Two Frames of Training

Regular Training

Join us in our regular classes

As a passion underneath your work schedule or just as a healthy balance in your life. In our daily evening classes you are welcome to join us as much as your regular life allows.

In your "Regular" training frame you have the opportunity to practice and progress with us according to your own individual needs. Practicing with us up to 6 times per week you can choose between Qi Gong, inner martial arts or modern combat arts.

Tai Ji Symbol Tai Ji training

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Full-time

Live the Kung Fu dream

The Full-time students, are the people that don´t go home after training ends.

We live in a small martial arts community, that is directly adjacent to the training hall. People of totally diverse backgrounds, personalities and tempers, beginners and professionals united by a big passion – Wudang Principles.

Our Full-time program offers an opportunity that is unique in Germany: daily all-day intensive training, living in an academy for internal martial arts! Being educated in an old-school Kung Fu manner.

Regular Training

Full-time

Join us in our regular classes

As a passion underneath your work schedule or just as a healthy balance in your life. In our daily evening classes you are welcome to join us as much as your regular life allows.

In your "Regular" training frame you have the opportunity to practice and progress with us according to your own individual needs. Practicing with us up to 6 times per week you can choose between Qi Gong, inner martial arts or modern combat arts.

Tai Ji Symbol Tai Ji training

Live the Kung Fu dream

The Full-time students, are the people that don´t go home after training ends.

We live in a small martial arts community, that is directly adjacent to the training hall. People of totally diverse backgrounds, personalities and tempers, beginners and professionals united by a big passion – Wudang Principles.

Our Full-time program offers an opportunity that is unique in Germany: daily all-day intensive training, living in an academy for internal martial arts! Being educated in an old-school Kung Fu manner.

Register for a free trial class

Wudang Deutschland 2019