An original Shaolin inner court martial art, one of the few that survived the demolition of the famous monastry. Known for its fast and continuous strikes and agile footwork, this rare art is taught by only a handful of teachers in all of China.
"Hands like wings of an eagle, body like a body of a snake"- One of the most unique martial arts of Hebei province. A Pi Gua Zhang practitioner gains the ability to use his arms in a relaxed and loosen way, a skill used to inflict heavy long reach blows at the opponent.
The most ancient of the Chinese internal martial arts, known for its effectiveness in the battle field. This art, simple in form and not rich in techniques, researches the depths of using the intent and other internal aspects in order to produce powerful fighting skills.
Ba Ji Quan
A combative style, well known throughout northern China for its ferocity. A Ba Ji Quan warrior, manifesting his explosive power through fists, elbows and shoulder strikes while running over his opponent, is a dreading sight.
Li Style Tai Ji Quan
This style was creatd by the famous martial artists Li Rui Dong. Being an expert of several martial arts, he incorporated in his Tai Ji skills and techniques of Xing Yi Quan, Ba Gua Zhang and Shaolin boxing, thus creating a truly unique style of this internal martial art.
"South- fist, North- Kick"- This famous Chinese proverb is well illustrated in the northern art of Chou Jiao. An art which gives the practitioner a vast arsenal of kicks, from toe crushing kicks to head high kicks.