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Summer Camp

Culture & Martial Arts are Inseparable Summer Camp Train seven days in a traditional way in Poland with Shì Héngyì (35th Generation Shaolin Disciple & 18th Generation Disciple of Meihua Quan). We look forward to training together this summer! Book now Contact Us For the first time in Poland “The Shaolin Warrior & Meihua Quan Week” Book Now Shaolin Tong Bei Quan Meihua Quan Stances For the first time in Poland Summer Camp Experience seven days of traditional training, culture, and lifestyle according to the schedule of the Yunnan Shaolin Temple. The camp will be held in personal and spiritual development center in Nowe Kawkowo, Poland. Culture and martial arts are inseparable elements of Kung Fu training. Training “The Shaolin Warrior & Meihua Quan Week” will be a unique experience, the only one of its kind in Poland. The camp aims to take you on a traditional journey that will allow you to experience life like a true warrior. You will 7 hours daily in a traditional way. Training is suitable for all skill levels with a positive attitude, an open heart and mind, and a willingness to train hard. Traditional training includes kung fu basics, power stretching, power training (endurance, and strength), self-defense techniques, and combat training. Qigong, Taiji, and meditation will be taught as part of balanced training.  Location & Amenities Event Location: “Here and Now”, Nowe Kawkowo 52A, 11-042 Jonkowo, Poland “HERE AND NOW” (pol. “TU I TERAZ”) Personal and Spiritual Development Center was founded in order to create a space supporting the discovery of the Inner Path. Space that will inspire, support and allow personal and spiritual development, as well as creative meetings with interesting people (by means of workshops, lectures and festivals). Shi Hengyi Shì Héngyì (Łukasz Duszak) is 35thGeneration Shaolin Disciple and 18th Generation Disciple of Meihua Quan of Shàolín Shīfù Shì Yánjùn, 34th Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk and 17th Generation Disciple of Meihua Quan. Shì Héngyì has been practicing Kung Fu for over ten years with Shàolín Masters at the China Shàolín Temple and Europe. Read More about Shi Hengyi what one should expect Monday 15th or 22nd of AugustDay 1 Starting of the Camp 09:00 – 13:00 – Arrival / accommodation 13:30 – Lunch 15:30 – 17:30 – Training Starts 18:00 – Dinner 18:30 – Free time / Getting to know the location 22:00 – Quiet hours Tuesday to SaturdayDays 2 to 6 Daily Schedule 07:00 – 07:45 – Warm-Up/ Qigong / Chen Taiji 8 Steps 08:30 – Breakfast 09:30 – 12:45 – Morning training 13:00 – Lunch 15:30 – 17:30 – Afternoon training 18:00 – Dinner 19:30 – 20:30 – Evening practice 22:00 – Quiet hours In the evening, after dinner, there will be time for a personal practice where you can polish what you have learned during the day.  Sunday 21st or 28th of AugustDay 7 Graduation Day 08:30 – Breakfast 09:30 – 12:45 – Morning training 13:00 – Lunch 14:00 – Grading and Graduation 16:00 Goodbyes and departure Accommodation The rooms are available in different variations. Shared space, 4 bed rooms or 2 bed rooms. It all depends on the standard you choose when registering. Places are limited, so there is a first come, first served rule. Food The meals are vegetarian/vegan, prepared by “Here and Now” staff. “The Shaolin Warrior & Meihua Quan Week” Summer camp has limited places. For reservations, register via the application form. Within 48 hours, you will receive an email confirming your reservation. In addition, you will receive full instructions on how to pay the deposit and the remaining amount. The place is only secured when the deposit or full amount is cleared. The deposit is non-refundable. However, it can be transferable to another student if you cannot attend.  Book Now

3rd International Masters League Meihua Quan Tournamen

3rd International MASTERS LEAGUE MEIHUA QUAN TOURNAMENT INTERNATIONAL MEIHUA QUAN FEDERATION CLOSED GYM ‘OLYMPIONIKIS HARA KARYAMI’– Zefyrou 21, Municipality of Heraklion, Greece Register as a member The 3rd International MASTERS LEAGUE – MEIHUA QUAN – TOURNAMENT will be held on Sunday, April 17, 2022, and will contain all Taolu categories for all ages. For detailed information contact ml.meihuaquan@gmail.com Categories level Advanced (A) Medium (B) Beginner (C) PROCEDURE PROTOCOL & competition RULES All coaches, teachers, and athletes should be aware and follow the competition rules, as well as for instructions of the judges and referees. Clothing: Athletes are allowed to wear Taolu, Kung Fu black pants or Wushu uniform. The outfit is a Chinese-style jacket with long or short sleeves or a sleeveless one for the southern style. It can be of any material or colour. Colour combinations or designs are allowed. The belt is optional. Athletes must wear flat-soled sneakers when competing. In general, the whole aesthetics of the costume should be in line with the spirit of Traditional Meihua Quan and Wushu. Protocol: The entry of the athletes is mandatory from the side of the secretariat that will be designated on the field after greeting with the greeting provided by the regulation the leading judge. After entering, he can take a position anywhere on the carpet and finish his presentation at any point, but having a front to the same side that started. After the end of the program, he must return to the secretariat and greet. All Categories Traditional Weapons (all ages) Presentation time not less than 45 ‘ Short arms Long arms Other styles of weapons Tai Ji Quan weapons (presentation time up to 4 minutes) Yong Chun Quan weapons: Hudie Shuangdao, Liudianbangun (presentation time up to 2 minutes) Duilian (battle set) (presentation time not less than 45 ‘) Groups (3 people at least in each category – presentation time up to 2 minutes) Categories Taolu • 4 to 5 years old (from 01/2018 to 01/2017) • 6 to 8 years old (from 01/2015 to 01/2013) • 9 to 11 years old (from 01/2012 to 01/2010) • 12 to 14 years old (from 01/2009 to 01/2007) • 15 to 17 years old (from 01/2006 to 01/2004) • 18 to 35 years old (from 01/2003 to 01/1986) • 35+ years old (from 01/1985 onwards) Details about the categories of Taolu 1. Basic Sets for ages 4-11 years 2. Wu Bu Quan for ages 6-12 years 3. 16 Forms, Chuji, Yi Duan, Er Duan (all ages) Nan Quan, Chang Quan, Dao Shu, Gun Shu, Jian Shu, Qiang Shu, Nan Gun, Nan Dao, Tai Ji Quan (10 forms). 4. 32 Forms (all ages) Nan Quan, Chang Quan, Dao Shu, Gun Shu, Jian Shu, Qiang Shu, Nan Gun, Nan Dao, Tai Ji Quan (24 form), Tai Ji Jian (32 form). Presentation time not less than 45 ‘. For Tai Ji, up to 4 minutes. 5. International routines (basic and free) (all ages) Nan Quan, Chang Quan, Dao Shu, Gun Shu, Jian Shu, Qiang Shu, Nan Gun, Nan Dao, Tai Ji Quan, Tai Ji Jian. Presentation time not less than 1 minute and 20 seconds. Tai Ji up to 4 minutes. Traditional Taolu (all ages) Meihua Quan Shaolin Quan Nan Quan: Traditional Cailifo, Fujow, Wuzuquan, Hongjiaquan, Huangjiaquan, Mojiaquan, Lijiaquan, Baimeiquan, Huheshuangxingquan, Liujiaquan, Heihuquan, Yunmenquan, etc. Yong Chun Quan: Traditional Yong Chun Quan, Xiao Lian Quan, Biao Zhi and Xun Qiao Neijia Quan: Traditional Baguazhang, Xingyiquan, Bajiquan, Wudang Quan Xiangxingquan (imitation style): All imitation routines Houquan, Yinzhuaquan, Zuiquan, Tanglangquan, Ditangquan, Zonghequan, Minghequan, Heihuquan etc. Tongbeiquan, Fanziquan, Chuojiao, Piguaquan style Tai Ji Quan: Traditional Tai Ji Quan including Chen, Yang, Sun, Wu, Wu (Hao), Li, Wudang, Zhaobao and other traditional styles. Note: 24, 48, 88, 42 and other modern routines will not compete. Other Traditional Styles: Chaquan, Huaquan, Paoquan, Baimeiquan (Pakmei), Liuhequan, Gongliquan, Yuejiaquan. Presentation time not less than 45 ‘to 2 minutes. For Tai Ji up to 4 minutes. Para Wushu Para Wushu Categories are divided into minors & adults and includes: Unarmed fist (north/south) of men & women Mixed weapons (long/sword/dao/other) men & women Men’s & woman’s inner fist Taiji Quan men & women The above categories apply to   a) Wheelchair users   b) Upright executions   c) Motor disabilities and neurodevelopmental  disorders (autism, Asperger’s, etc.) All clubs must send the participation statements in the following email: ml.meihuaquan@gmail.com Registrations will be made until Monday, April 11 at 21:00. Any changes will not be accepted after the deadline. By Friday, April 15, 2022, all clubs must pay the participation fees, and the entrance cards for the Stadium will be received. On Sunday, April 17, 2022, no payment or registration will be made at the Stadium. After the end of the applications, the organizing committee will contact you personally about how to complete the process. At the Stadium, there will be a specific entrance for athletes. The accreditations concern the number of registered athletes, one coach and one assistant coach for each club and are necessary to enter the field. Communication on all issues can in no case be done with an athlete. The central secretariat of the league will be located on the field where every coach or representative of the club can be informed and ask for help for whatever is needed. Join our online programs now

Searching the Concerned Module and Effects with Kung Fu Training

Searching the concerned module and effects with Kung Fu Training Practicing Meihua Quan Kung Fu can benefit your body not only physically but mentally as well. Every person is different. Meihua History Online Education “Searching the concerned module and effects with Kung Fu training” by Dr. Vasileios Ag. Drougas BSc. MSc. PhD. PhD (Phil) Scientific Positions: Post Doctorate Researcher in the Applied Ergophysiology Laboratory, School of the Medicine University of Ioannina Greece. Associated Researcher Laboratory of Knowledge & Intelligent Computing (KIC-LAB) Department of Applied Informatics and Telecommunications  University of Ioannina Greece Director & Researcher of Movement for Life Research Lab (MLRLab) Greece Professor in the Department of Applied Informatics and Telecommunications, University of Ioannina, Greece Executive Board for Medical Research in the International Mei Hua Quan Federation, USA  General Practical training in Kung Fu is based on movement awareness through the entity of the moment and spiritual clarity. It is a process of self-knowledge of the space-time moment of our existence and our adaptability to space and time. It is directly related to our breathing capacity and its management at the moment and before and after it.It is impossible to achieve significant results if we have not joined the interior with the outside. It means that in the course of our movement, the Spirit is joined to the body through the existence of the Spatio-temporal change that contains a conscious process of being.The essence of Tai Chi Chuan is in constant motion, which has no beginning and finally, of course, the union of Mind and body. Even before the motion begins, the Mind has already created it. If the Mind does not merge with motion, it has no substance. We will just move like a leaf drops from the tree with the air.Here lies the discovery of the inner self and the identification of the substance. Otherwise, we simulate some moves that do not have an internal essence. According to Krishnamurti, without self-knowledge, we can not go beyond the limits of the Mind. So we will never be free. Training & practicing kung fu The liberation of the Mind and our mental states are directly related to how we see the world and participate in the discovery and investigation of the truth and our gnostic status. To become better, you need to do better first of the inner self. After that, the compound will come into effect. It brings about a situation called the will of life. This process adapts all the chemical processes of life and all the systems involved. This union has the potential to broaden the Mind and body of its parts and to adapt all its fields of existence towards psychosomatic recovery. During practice, four virtues have alternation and appearance in a circular sequence, such as purity, satisfaction, discipline and spiritual exploration. These make Kung Fu a unique art that is refreshed and reproduced through the sequence of motions and combinations that eventually promote the human body and spiritual humanity of man. It can promote the inner balance and helps to develop the binary equilibrium of the external behaviour and the spiritual character of the individual. It leads to auto suction and is spiritually uplifting. Training Path Kung fu This function assists the evolution and process of adaptability and regeneration, which means that there is something different to its power and the use of this in the world. It has to do with the balance of the moment, namely the balancing of the inner and the outer self at the moment when the whole body and our two entities are consciously united. It creates an evolutionary personality that is regenerated at any moment through this union and spiritually uplifting if it is possible for our Spirit to be unaffected. This can be achieved by satisfying our external thoughts and the spiritual part of our personality. Satisfaction can mean acceptance without subordination and consent. The whole world can not be governed only by power. Through training in traditional Kung Fu, the person acquires a present-day experience. So it turns Qi and the technique at every moment into something unique that we understand and experience it once. It helps to calm down mental disturbance and stimulation without reason or substance. If there is such satisfaction, there is no meaning and substance, neither the cause nor the disorder. Thus the movement that the practitioner presents is united in its two hypostases that characterize our existence in a calm that is independent of external influences and situations that surround us and can affect us at any time. Balance of Mind & Body It is directly related to balancing and combining the Mind and body material. Two different but similar parts should not be separated from one another. Movement discipline has its merit in this union and its preservation. Without it, power becomes uncontrollable and destructive. So it is a study of our inner self in the context of its separation from rules that govern our separation, mimics and dependencies, which have no real value and make the Spirit and the consciousness separate their essence. That is to create an imbalance. Each move passes consecutively from fixed points that we try to keep united in succession and continuity. It resembles a sequence of functions that are represented by a continuous line in space and time. At every point that is a distinct moment of our being in the real universe, we must keep the Mind and body unified to unify our existence with it. Performing every movement through the continuity of the points of space and time in complete consciousness and flow is an exercise in being able to act in your life unified and consciously. So what’s going on with Kung fu and the move. The power of Kung fu lies behind the moment we live by making every move within the space and time we choose. It means we are in touch with the evolution around us. We do not cease to exist, nor do we cut off

Da Shi Stance – Meridians and Health Effects on the Body

Meridians & Health Effects on the Body Da Shi Stance Practicing Meihua Quan Kung Fu can benefit your body not only physically but mentally as well. Every person is different. Meihua History Online Education “Ergophysiological and Physical Mechanics of Da Shi stance of Meihua Quan”  by Dr. Vasileios Ag. Drougas BSc. MSc. PhD. PhD (Phil) Scientific Positions:  Post Doctorate Researcher in the Applied Ergophysiology Laboratory, School of the Medicine University of Ioannina Greece.  Associated Researcher Laboratory of Knowledge & Intelligent Computing (KIC-LAB) Department of Computer Engineering T.E.I. of Epirus, Director & Researcher of Movement for Life Research Lab (MLRLab) Greece Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering T.E.I. of Epirus Research purpose The purpose of the research is to present the ergophysiological parameters and the forces applied at the stance Da Shi of the ancient style of Chinese Kung Fu Meihua Quan and promote rehabilitation results to many different parts of the upper human body. forces & da shi stance The Forces existed in the Human Body during the practice of the stance of Meihua Quan Da Shi (stance for Lungs and Large Intestine) are: Where the forces are (W) Is the Body Weight (Wf) The front force from the Weight (Wb) The back force from the Weight (Fup) The force from the backhand SF (Fup, Wb) the new Force between Fup, Wb (Nb) The back force from the ground (Nf) The front force from the ground (F1) The Front Hand Force to the looking direction (Φ) The Degrees between the Ηorizontal and Parallel Direction (PR) Traditional Chinese Medicine Meridians, Kinetics & Medical Benefits With the extension of the front hand, the Lung Meridian opens, and the Qi continues to flow from the hand to the inner body. The central place of the upper body opens, and the lungs work better and freely. Also, the Intestine Meridian opens, and the Qi flows better and more efficiently. The same happens with the backhand, which is up. The Yang Qi flows from the Large Intestine Meridian inside when the hand is up. Improves the Kinetics Meihua Quan Da Shi Stance is very important for the human body. It is indicated for orthosome, relieving the backbone relaxation and weight of the internal organs of the lower abdomen, as well as for restoration. The posture can decongest tensions in the intervertebral discs from hollows. It improves the kinetics by removing even possible lesions and concavities that may have formed. It is suitable for women who suffer from stasis and orthosomia because the breast forces the body to tilt forward or create a slight but evolving kyphosis. The kyphosis in conjunction with poor posture and torsion of large groups of vertebrae can cause scoliosis or enlarge it and twist the spine in a multi-layered form. It is beneficial for people who work in the office with scoliosis, kyphosis, reduced motor ability, and multiple sclerosis. It could be studied extensively and researched at the clinical level for multiple sclerosis. Medical Benefits The upward stretched hand helps to decompress the lumbar vertebrae and decompress the scalp muscle that is more severe in cases where cervical syndrome has been diagnosed and the other muscle groups involved in this area. Therefore, the posture is indicated for the interoperability of the cervical vertebrae area and in cases of severe stress. It helps to improve the balance and achieve greater perceptual capacity necessary for people engaged in specialized exercise and practice such as Wu Shu, gymnastics, and rhythmic gymnastics.  Achieving a more general balanced posture can help achieve internal balance and improve the ability to attach and enhance the characteristics of perception. But also for people who want to keep their bodies in good physical condition without burdening them with poor posture and lack of exercise. The study could also focus on further clinical research with more specific expertise. Meihua Quan Da Shi stance helps to circulate blood through the basic two femoral arteries and thus avoids thrombosis problems while helping to reduce blood pressure. It smoothest more easily from top to bottom and vice versa, so the lungs responsible for fluid flow in the body are not tired, and they work together more easily with the kidneys and the heart. Join our online programs now Acknowledgment We would like to thank Dr. Bill Drougas, 18th Disciple of Meihua Quan, for the research of the first stance of Meihua Quan, Da Shi. In the following posts, we will publish the entire research.  Shifu Du Weijun (monastic name Shi Yanjun) Executive President of IMHQF

Da Shi Stance – Physical Movement of the Knee Joint

Physical Movement of the Knee Joint Da Shi Stance Practicing Meihua Quan Kung Fu can benefit your body not only physically but mentally as well. Every person is different. Meihua History Online Education “Ergophysiological and Physical Mechanics of Da Shi stance of Meihua Quan”  by Dr. Vasileios Ag. Drougas BSc. MSc. PhD. PhD (Phil) Scientific Positions:  Post Doctorate Researcher in the Applied Ergophysiology Laboratory, School of the Medicine University of Ioannina Greece.  Associated Researcher Laboratory of Knowledge & Intelligent Computing (KIC-LAB) Department of Computer Engineering T.E.I. of Epirus, Director & Researcher of Movement for Life Research Lab (MLRLab) Greece Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering T.E.I. of Epirus Research purpose The purpose of the research is to present the ergophysiological parameters and the forces applied at the stance Da Shi of the ancient style of Chinese Kung Fu Meihua Quan and promote rehabilitation results to many different parts of the upper human body. forces & da shi stance The Forces existed in the Human Body during the practice of the stance of Meihua Quan Da Shi (stance for Lungs and Large Intestine) are: Where the forces are (W) Is the Body Weight (Wf) The front force from the Weight (Wb) The back force from the Weight (Fup) The force from the backhand SF (Fup, Wb) the new Force between Fup, Wb (Nb) The back force from the ground (Nf) The front force from the ground (F1) The Front Hand Force to the looking direction (Φ) The Degrees between the Ηorizontal and Parallel Direction (PR) Physical Movement for the knee joint The soles are in the same straight line when standing and supporting, so both knee joints and the two knee joints are in the same vertical plane parallel to the body level when it is fully extended. Forces & Joints Parallel placement of the pads ensures that the forces can be transferred to the same vertical plane without creating torque on the knee joints and the pelvis and ankle joints. It reduces the likelihood of joint damage to the joints and, in any case, reduces the possibility of meniscal injury due to knee motion in its natural form. The physical movement of the knee extension and retraction is the one that coincides with the movement of the two members associated with the knee joint, namely the femur and the tibia, at the same level without torsion. Torque Suppose one of the two forces has its carrier at a different level. In that case, torsion is created, and torque that is transferred to the joint can create a dependent lesion and the weight, i.e., force, to be applied to the joint at the points of contact of the forces. More weight entails a higher torque than higher tension to the joint. Similar results also occur with increasing torque. These results do not follow linear behavior but depend on each organism differently and on the ability of the individual to adapt to combined movements. (Drougas B.: Study of the Competence for the Human Adaptability of Human Body through Combined Movements, 10th International Congress of Physical Education and Sports, Komotini 17 – 19 May 2002.) Join our online programs now Acknowledgment We would like to thank Dr. Bill Drougas, 18th Disciple of Meihua Quan, for the research of the first stance of Meihua Quan, Da Shi. In the following posts, we will publish the entire research.  Shifu Du Weijun (monastic name Shi Yanjun) Executive President of IMHQF

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Da Shi Stance – Effects of the Forces on the Body Balance

Effects of the Forces on the Body Balance Da Shi Stance Practicing Meihua Quan Kung Fu can benefit your body not only physically but mentally as well. Every person is different. Meihua History Online Education “Ergophysiological and Physical Mechanics of Da Shi stance of Meihua Quan”  by Dr. Vasileios Ag. Drougas BSc. MSc. PhD. PhD (Phil) Scientific Positions:  Post Doctorate Researcher in the Applied Ergophysiology Laboratory, School of the Medicine University of Ioannina Greece.  Associated Researcher Laboratory of Knowledge & Intelligent Computing (KIC-LAB) Department of Computer Engineering T.E.I. of Epirus, Director & Researcher of Movement for Life Research Lab (MLRLab) Greece Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering T.E.I. of Epirus Research purpose The purpose of the research is to present the ergophysiological parameters and the forces applied at the stance Da Shi of the ancient style of Chinese Kung Fu Meihua Quan and promote rehabilitation results to many different parts of the upper human body. forces & da shi stance The Forces existed in the Human Body during the practice of the stance of Meihua Quan Da Shi (stance for Lungs and Large Intestine) are: Where the forces are (W) Is the Body Weight (Wf) The front force from the Weight(Wb) The back force from the Weight(Fup) The force from the backhandSF (Fup, Wb) the new Force between Fup, Wb(Nb) The back force from the ground(Nf) The front force from the ground(F1) The Front Hand Force to the looking direction(Φ) The Degrees between the Ηorizontal and Parallel Direction (PR) Body Balance EFFECTS OF THE FORCES The forces applied to the body by an external cause are the reactions of the soil from the contact of the feet to the floor. These forces do not change as long as the equilibrium is stable. Forces The body weight is broken down into two components, each of which has the direction of the quadriceps muscle and starts from the pelvic joints. These two forces must be in the same vertical plane and parallel to the frontal as not to create torsion in the joints through the pelvis since their application is typically transferred to the joints involved in maintaining balance in the joints. If this occurs, the joints are strained, and more burden is created on the connective muscles around it, resulting in chronic injuries that significantly burden the cartilage and delay joint articulation with synovial fluid, especially in the case of stress. This is important for more and more persistent stress in the long run. Posture The hand that stretches back and upright in a vertical position applies an internal force that can balance the spine vertically and has a point of application at the bottom of the spinal column of the lumbar vertebrae causing the coccyx to rotate outward. It should be especially considered when applying the macroscopic trajectories technique during the meditation period if this attitude is used for meditation and internal empowerment. This force unblocks the force that pushes the spine downwards due to its weight, which causes the upper part of the body, particularly the thoracic vertebrae area, which, by curvature, creates torsional moments with the effects of kyphosis and scoliosis. This power, along with the backward weight component, creates a new force whose address should be parallel to the front leg. And, of course, at the same vertical plane. Note that the level of the forefoot should be the same vertical as the weight and spine forces so that the balance is stable. The force (F1) is due to the thrust of the front hand. It is an internal force without producing work, so it only refers to the pulling force in the upper region of the vertebral column, a region of cervical vertebrae. It causes a correction of attitude. It reduces the likelihood of large mass accumulation in the shoulder area. So the forces of these large muscle groups force the mass of the upper body to distribute more harmoniously to the periphery. The spine is not burdened, and at the same time, muscle stretching is created while reducing the joint burden in the spinal column region. With the effect of the front hand power, the spine is kept vertical and torsional torques are avoided. Thus, it can also be used as an exercise to repair spinal problems such as scoliosis kyphosis and/or lordosis, especially in aging kinetic degradation. (Drougas B.: Myokinetic Problems of Adolescents – Emergence of Neuroimycular Problems, 16th Pan-Hellenic Congress of Neurosurgery 16-18 May 2002 Ioannina.) But also to alleviate the pains of the bad posture, mainly due to the sedentary life and the appearance of a large amount of weight from the top of the vertebral column to the thoracic and cervical vertebrae. Join our online programs now Acknowledgment We would like to thank Dr. Bill Drougas, 18th Disciple of Meihua Quan, for the research of the first stance of Meihua Quan, Da Shi. In the following posts, we will publish the entire research.  Shifu Du Weijun (monastic name Shi Yanjun) Executive President of IMHQF

Benefits of Practicing Meihua Quan Kung Fu

Benefits of Practicing Meihua Quan Kung Fu Practicing Meihua Quan Kung Fu can benefit your body not only physically but mentally as well. Every person is different. Meihua History Online Education Training Benefits Meihua Quan Practice Some people’s primary focus is on the external body only, while others focus primarily on their mental ability. Therefore the personal goals are not the same. From our point of view, a person does not have only an outer body or only the head. We are a whole; therefore, when we train in Kung Fu, we must think of the overall body – inside and outside, mind, soul, and heart. Set Measurable Goals When you want to develop yourself, you must first set for yourself SOLID GOALS and REMEMBER them on DAILY BASIS. Will be days when you feel demotivated or tired, so you will require to keep motivating yourself. How can you achieve your SOLID GOALS? We have proven that writing your perfect day from your life as if you have already accomplished your goals will help you pass through the days you lack motivation. So you get a piece of paper, and you write about the person you want to have become after you practiced for the long term. Reading the letter every day will bring you closer to the person you wish to become. Also will help you through the days when you think for yourself: “What’s the point?!” Achievement of Ability In the old times, people who practiced Meihua Quan achieved a state of ACCOMPLISHMENT by ACHIEVEMENT OF ABILITY. The achievement of ability can manifest in everything you do: waking up in the morning and throughout the day. Prepare and refine to become an expert in everything you do, from mental to body development. By practicing Meihua Quan, you will develop your SPEED and POWER because the basic training and the five stances train the internal body by expanding the QI and clearing the MERIDIANS of blockages. The warming up sessions warms up the body from inside-out, while when you run, your body warms up from outside-in. Flexibility is another significant part of practicing the Meihua Quan. This type of exercise is in the daily routine for this style’s training. Another crucial aspect of training is the BRAIN BODY ASSOCIATION. It will give you BALANCE in the physical and emotional body. You will learn how to lower your heart rate when breathing and clear your mind. A significant effect when you practice Meihua Quan is the extra body fat; therefore, you LOSE WEIGHT faster and on a deeper level. When you lose weight and become fit, you will notice a boost in your self-esteem and confidence. The overall benefit is not only for the localized weight loss but also for learning how to deal with your emotions, which can further help you understand what you must do not to have the same patterns. When you join our Meihua Quan program, you will learn how to become healthy inside-outside, achieve your ideal weight, gain clarity and build up new patterns for your life. Join our online programs now