Tag Archives: Kung Fu

Event: Grandmaster Willy Lin at the Academy

September 18, 2007: It’s 12:25 a.m. and we just finished our GRANDMASTER WILLY LIN SEMINAR a few hours ago. We had thirty participants and to say it was a success would be an understatement. Instructor Ted Mancuso started with a … Continue reading

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Getting Out of Your Own [Wu] Wei

It’s probably happened to all of us at least once. That unsettling moment when you look at a word you’ve just written and then question its spelling – even though you’ve used it countless times before – because now it … Continue reading

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Grand Teacher Adam Hsu

Some brief biographical notes on one of the Academy’s Grandteachers. Master Adam Hsu (Hsu Ji)

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Mindfullness: Part Two

Chinese traditional beliefs recognize “Three treasures of Life”: Jing, Chi and Shen (Essence, vital Energy and Spirit). An alchemy can occur with these treasures: a co-dependence enhancing the quality of life. These beliefs emphasize the practical and focus on simplicity.

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Q & A: Practicing Kung Fu


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The Shamanic Fist

Occasionally people take up martial arts as part of their “shamanic” quest. Continue reading

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