[et_pb_section fullwidth=”on” specialty=”off” background_color=”#2ea3f2″ inner_shadow=”on” parallax=”off” background_image=”http://proleitai.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/bg.gif” transparent_background=”off” parallax_method=”off”][et_pb_fullwidth_header admin_label=”Fullwidth Header” title=”CURRICULUM” background_layout=”dark” text_orientation=”left” /][et_pb_fullwidth_menu admin_label=”Fullwidth Menu” menu_id=”17″ background_color=”#000000″ background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left” /][/et_pb_section][et_pb_section fullwidth=”off” specialty=”off”][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left”]Xingyiquan teaches direct and aggressive techniques that both block and counterattack simultaneously. The training methods include standing meditation, practice of the five elements fists, and forms that are evocative of the movements of twelve animals. As in the taijiquan and baguazhang program, our xingyiquan program includes instruction in the traditional Chinese weapons of broadsword, straight sword, long staff and spear. Due to student interest, U.S. Kuoshu Academy now offers a class focusing exclusively on xingyiquan. Generally, we recommend that interested students demonstrate some proficiency in kung fu, taijiquan or another martial arts discipline before enrolling in the xingyiquan class. Previous martial arts experience, however, is not a requirement for this class. Xingyiquan is taught in group lessons but individual instruction is available with Grandmaster Huang, Chien-Liang for the interested student. The Xing Yi program includes the following elements:

  • Fundamentals
  • Solo Form Practice
    • Wu Hsing Chuan (Five Fists)
    • Wu Hsing Hsiang Shen Hsiang Ke (Five Fists Creative and Destructive)
    • Zhi Sing Lian Hwan Chuan (Seven Star Linking Form)
    • Ba Shi Chuan (Eight Form Fist)
    • Chi Hsing Shi Pa
    • Za Shi Chui (Mixed Form)
    • Shi Er Hong
    • Ji Ben Dui Lian (Basic Two Person Set)
    • Anh Shen Pao (Advanced Two Man Set)
    • Shi Er Xing (Twelve Animals)
      • Long (Dragon)
      • Fu (Tiger)
      • Hou (Monkey)
      • Ma (Horse)
      • Tuo (Water Lizard)
      • Chi (Chicken)
      • Yao (Sparrow Hawk)
      • Yan (Swallow)
      • She (Snake)
      • Tai (Roc)
      • Ying (Eagle)
      • Hsiong (Bear)
    • Xingyiquan Weapons
      • Dao (Broadsword)
      • Jian (Straightsword)
      • Gwun (Long Staff)
    • Self Defense
    • Power Training
    • Chan Chuang (Standing Meditation)
    • Chin Chuo (Sitting Meditation)

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