WUDANGLONGMEN MARTIAL ARTS

The Forms Master XIAOLING LIU teaches:

Chinese traditional martial arts are centuries old mind-body exercises that lead to improved physical conditioning and well-being, as well as heightened mental concentration and focus. their practice improves memory, mood, balance, and strength.

Master Liu teaches a Northern Shaolin Kungfu style called Liuhe Fanzi. this is a hard or external style and is suitable for both children and adults. His appearance is dramatic and acrobatic, and develops a complex sense of timing and technique.

Weapons; Master Liu teaches swords, spear, staff, and ba gua deer hooks. 

Tai Chi Chuan is a soft or internal style that is characterized by slow, precise, connected movement coordinated with one's breathing or qi (life force). Master Liu teaches Yang, Chen, Wu and Sun styles, each of which has distinctive characteristics. He also teaches Wudang Tai Chi which is a separate martial art and has its roots in Tai Chi, Ba Gua, Xing Yi, and Shaoling Kungfu.

Liuhebafa or "water boxing" is an internal martial art that is practiced to promote physical health and is characterized by movements that are both high and low, fast and slow, and works the body and attention in 360 degrees of awareness.

Ba Gua Zhang and Xing Yi Quan are two complimentary martial arts often taught together. In Ba Gua, the forms are usually performed walking in a circle with a flat foot, with one's focus on defending onesef from attacks coming from all directions. In weekend workshops during 2008, Master Liu will teach 64 Palm Straight Ba Gua, done in straight lines and with a special emphasis on fighting applications.

Xing Yi Quan translates approximately to Shape/Mind Boxing and is characterized by seemingly simple movements and explosive power. The five fists exercises are the foundation for building speed, power, breathing, and stamina. The practice of Xing Yi Quan is designed to develop and deepen a martial artist's skill and understanding of Chinese Kung Fu.

Tai Chi Chuan is a soft or internal style that is characterized by slow, precise, connected movement coordinated with one's breathing or qi (life force). Master Liu teaches Yang, Chen, Wu and Sun styles, each of which has distinctive characteristics. He also teaches Wudang Tai Chi which is a separate martial art and has its roots in Tai Chi, Ba Gua, Xing Yi, and Shaoling Kungfu.

Liuhebafa or "water boxing" is an internal martial art that is practiced to promote physical health and is characterized by movements that are both high and low, fast and slow, and works the body and attention in 360 degrees of awareness.

Ba Gua Zhang and Xing Yi Quan are two complimentary martial arts often taught together. In Ba Gua, the forms are usually performed walking in a circle with a flat foot, with one's focus on defending onesef from attacks coming from all directions. In weekend workshops during 2008, Master Liu will teach 64 Palm Straight Ba Gua, done in straight lines and with a special emphasis on fighting applications.

Xing Yi Quan translates approximately to Shape/Mind Boxing and is characterized by seemingly simple movements and explosive power. The five fists exercises are the foundation for building speed, power, breathing, and stamina. The practice of Xing Yi Quan is designed to develop and deepen a martial artist's skill and understanding of Chinese Kung Fu.

In December 2013, Master Liu became to Awarded wushu eight dan by the Chinese government.

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