END OF YEAR SCHEDULE:
Last class of 2018: Sunday, December 16.
First class of 2019: Sunday, January 6.
NEW CLASS: Starting Sunday, 01/06/19
The Long Fist class will focus on Tai Zhu Chang Quan, a long fist form and practice that we inherited from Grandmaster Liu Yun-Chiao.
Tai Zhu Chang Quan historically was created at some point between Long Fist and Chen style Taiji Quan. It is practiced slowly, like Taii Quan. The movements, superficially, are more simple than Taiji. However they contain a treasure chest of practice that targets essential parts of the body needed to execute real and high-level kung fu. These jewels are there for students to earn through their persistent, mindful practice.
This class is appropriate for newcomers as well as students on all levels. Contact us - - and/or come by to view the first class on January 6.
Access to articles from the Traditional Wushu Association have now been uploaded. Enjoy!
Good News! Several updates to the website to report, including the addition of photos from 2017 and porting of some articles from the Traditional Wushu Association now defunct website. (The remaining articles from the TWA website will be ported over as time permits.) We've also made some behind the scenes changes the site, so hopefully all the links still work. Please let us know if they don't!!!
If you haven't already, check out the photos on our Facebook page of Sifu's Visit from November of 2017
Last class of 2017 is Sunday, December 17.
Classes will restart next year, 2018, on Sunday January 7. Come join us and start the new year right!!
The Traditional Wushu Association (TWA) has closed as of September 1, 2017, with this statement from Sifu Hsu:
Thank you for your help through all these years. The Traditional Wushu Association is closing at this time.
We've accomplished a lot in our mission to preserve and perfect the traditional Chinese fighting arts. Be alert to maintain wushu's traditional principles and philosophy; bring internal and external together in structure and movement; emphasize basic training.
In addition, further expand research and experimentation to discover the ways traditional wushu can help people in modern society: regaining and enhancing health, fitness, psychological wellbeing, and recreation. But always keep in mind, modernization is not westernization. Internal and external are not separated. Health exercise and martial art adhere to the same basic principles. I myself will continue this work and wish everyone the best as you do the same!
Any articles from the TWA website, which are referenced on this website, will be moved here and reposted as time permits.