Northern & Southern Styles
The main styles are: Cha, Hua, Hong, Pao, Tan Tui, Baji, Tong Bei, Pi Gua, Fanzi, Chuo Jiao and Shaolin Quan which have been popular in China for centuries. However at the WCA we teach and concentrate on the traditional northern styles of ChuoJiao – FanZi Quan (Jabbing Foot-Swiftly Changing Fist ) from Orlando’s teachers Master Liu Xue Bo and Master Hong Zhi Tian. If you are interested in finding out more about these traditional styles, please go to our links and visit the website: China from Inside with great and complete information on Taiji Quan – XingYi Quan and Bagua Zhang as well as Chuo Jiao Fanzi Quan.
To view videos of different styles of Wushu Chang Quan and Nan Quan please search youtube.com under Orlando Garcia Wushu
Click below in front of the different forms to see diagrams of our Chang Quan programme elementary level:
- Wushu Fundamental Skills JiBen Gong 1 2 3 4 5 6 7.
- Chang Quan elementary combination 1 2 3 4 5
- Chang Quan 5 stances form Wu Bu Quan.
- Chang Quan elementary 16 movements form part 1 part 2.
- Chang Quan elementary 20 movements form part 1 part 2.
- Chang Quan Yi Lu part 1 part 2.
- Chang Quan Er Lu part 1 part 2 part 3.
The southern most popular styles are: Hung, Liu, Choi, Li, Mo, Bai Mei, BaiHe, WuZu and Wing Chun. From the south, we teach the strong and energetic styles of traditional Nan Quan based on Hung Gar and Choi Li Fut.
Wushu contemporary competition forms can be taught to those students who demonstrate the required skills.
Once the student has mastered the bare hands routines, the student develops his or her skill practicing the application of the movements and using weapons. Weapons taught in our classes include the cudgel, broadsword, straight sword and spear as well as double and flexible weapons.
Click below in front of the different forms to see our Nan Quan programme elementary level.
- Nan Quan elementary combination 1 2 3 4 5
- Nan Quan elementary 16 movements form #1 part 1 part 2
- Nan Quan elementary 16 movements form #2 part 1 part 2
For further information on wushu programmes, please contact us to sent you a RealPlayer version of Wushu basic levels or download the forms from the IWUF official website: www.iwuf.org