Fu Style Tai Chi
Grandmaster Fu Chen Song, an accomplished master of Ba-Gua & Leung Yee, was an escort and known for his skill in fighting. After learning the Yang style of Tai Chi, he incorporated some of the elements of his other 2 styles into his forms. This created a unique form of Tai Chi, with many students seeking out to learn this form.
Grandmaster Lee Koon Hung passed the art on to his students who continue to teach at both schools here in South Florida. Anyone can learn no matter age or physical condition. We have helped many students, especially those who need therapy. In our very own school we have personally helped people with arthritis, carpel tunnel, bad knees, bad backs, high blood pressure and many other illness.
Training includes Chi Gung, a great form of meditation using deep breathing and movement to help cultivate internal energy and promote better circulation, basic Tai Chi steps and movements that are easy to learn and remember, Tai Chi hand forms, Sword Forms, Leung Yee hand form, Push Hands, Applications(optional) and other internal forms.
Many of our instructors have experience in other forms of Tai Chi and enjoying working personally with each student.
Everyone knows that being in good health requires exercise. The human body was designed for physical movement and work. Our ancestors were in physically good shape due to exercise of survival activities, from being chased by predators, and also from hard labor such as farming or working on the oceans. In modern times life can be too sedentary, our lives are in the office rather than the on the ocean, or in the factory rather than the field. So we need exercise in order to have good health and stay in shape. The question is, What kind of exercise is best for you?
More recently fitness experts have been gathering all of the best elements from different forms of exercise and calling it “Cross Training”. But wouldn’t it be great if there were one form of exercise to meet all your fitness needs? What if, more than just an exercise it was a system of self-defense, a shield against disease, a means of meditation, a living philosophy and a beautiful dance. Wouldn’t that be something? And what would you call it? What would you call a treatment that could possibly cure cancer without the use of drugs? Or a sport where one could be a serious world class competitor at age 90? You could call it Tai Chi, the world’s most popular exercise, a daily exercise that is practiced by more than a billion throughout Asia and around the world. Tai Chi, the ultimate exercise for the mind, body & spirit!