A long two handed sword, believed to be the inspiration for the Samurai's Katana. This sword was weapon for soldiers in the old times battle field. Today, studied as a Pi Gua Zhang weapon, it helps the practitioner to learn using his body in combat, instead of only his hands- this is because of the difficulty to manipulate this large weapon. See Videos
One of the most ancient of the Chinese weapons, this is the basis from which the art of Xing Yi Quan was evolved, and an imortant practice in other martial arts, notably Ba Ji Quan. Its benefits are nomerous- from strengthening the body and developing power to acquiring body and waist movement. See Video
An isoteric Pi Gua Zhang weapon- a pointed iron bar with notches meant to trap the enemy's weapon. Its techniques can be applied to a short wodden staff, thus making it useful for self defence situations. As a matter of a fact, one of Shang Wu Zhai's grand masters used to cary a short staff hidden up his sleeve when travelling in dangerous areas!. See Video
One of the most basic and common weapons in Chinese Martial Arts. The staff appears in many different martial arts like Xing Yi Staff, Pi Gua Crazy Demon Staff (Feng Mo Gun), Ba Ji Xing Zhe Bang and the rare Shaolin Yin-Ba Staff. See Video
Chun Qiu Dao
A horseman's weapon said to be used by the legendary general Guan Yu. Also known as "Green dragon crescent moon blade" (Qing long yan yue dao), Big blade (da dao), Spring and Autumn blade (Chun qiu dao).
Hua Ji Fa
The Halberd is a rare weapon made out of a mixture of a spear and a crescent hook. In ancient times it was a common weapon in the battlefield since it gives the warrior the advantage of combining the spear's forward piercing power with the sideways hooking and slashing power of the crescent hook
Tian Peng Cha
A combat trident used to trap and lock long weapons in the battlefield while enabling the wielder to stab and pierce like a spear.