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Changing Perspective on Violence Through Kung Fu

Let's face it.  The martial arts, of any sort, involves violence.  While some martial art systems claim to redirect rather than break an opponent, the ultimate goal of any of these systems is to preserve and protect one's life against something seeking to do one harm (i.e., self defense); and, redirection includes the redirection of… Continue reading Changing Perspective on Violence Through Kung Fu

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Is It Harder for a Woman to Learn Martial Arts?

The short answer to this question is: No.  In fact, ancient societies understood the female body to be structured in a way that made them better at kung-fu than men.  That is why many of those cultures only allowed girls to learn from women - who were not taught the entire martial art system.  Men… Continue reading Is It Harder for a Woman to Learn Martial Arts?

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What Fighting Isn’t! A Lesson in Real Self Defense.

As someone who has taught martial arts for a number of years, I've seen all kinds of people come in the door to learn kung-fu.  Some want to develop wellness, others want to learn to use their wellness better, and others want to learn self-defense.  It's the later I'd like to focus on for a… Continue reading What Fighting Isn’t! A Lesson in Real Self Defense.