Full Curriculum

Long Fist Kung Fu 

  • 12 Road Tan Tui
  • Nanjing Lien Bu Quan (Continuous Stepping Sequence)
  • Gung Li Quan (Power Fist Sequence)
  • Yi Lu Mai Fu (1st Ways Of Ambush)
  • Shi Zi Tang (Cross Way Sequence)
  • Xiao Hu Yan (Roaring Tiger Swallow Sequence)

Wudang Wu Xing Qi Gong

Wudang Tai Chi 28

Weapon Forms

  • Qi Mei Gun Sequence (Eye Brow Staff Sequence) Staff Form
  • Qi Xing Dao (7 Star Saber Sequence) Single Edge Sword Form
  • Yin Shou Gun (Yin Hand Staff Sequence) Staff Form
  • Shi San Qiang (Shaolin 13 Spear Sequence) Spear Form

Wudang Quan (Taught after a student obtains their Black Sash)

In contemporary China, traditional Chinese martial arts styles are generally classified into two major groups: “Neijia” (Internal) and “Waijia” (External). The two main styles representing each category are Wudang (Wutang), named after the Wudang Mountains; and Shaolin, named after the Shaolin Monastery. Wudang quan (Chinese: 武当拳; pinyin: Wǔdāng quán; Wade–Giles: Wu-tang ch’üan) translates as “Wudang fist.” Whereas Shaolin includes many martial art styles, Wudangquan includes only a few arts that utilize the focused mind to control the waist, and therefore the body; this typically encompasses T’ai chi ch’uan, Xing-Yi chuan and Bagua zhang, but must also include Baji chuan and Wudang Sword (Jian).

  • Zhan Zhuang (Standing Meditation)
  • Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong
  • Ji Ben Quan
  • Fajin Basics 1-4
  • Xuan Gong Quan I
  • Xuan Gong Quan II
  • Xuan Gong Quan III
  • Fu Hu Quan
  • Taiji 13
  • Long Hua Jian