Chen Chuan Kung Fu comes from the Chen village in China and is a parent form of Tai Chi. This lineage of martial art has played a large part in the development of The Calasanz System™.

Chen Chuan employs the use of traditional weapons alongside empty hand attack and defense. As a demonstration of flexibility and agility spinning and jumping kicks are common to this martial art.

Wing Chun Ground Fighting This style of martial art is considered great for short range and ground based fighting. It is essential to be able to confidently fight once one has fallen down.

Wing Chun Tai Chi The deliberate and slow motions involved in this martial art are often cited as a method of mental relaxation and peace. The techniques are broken down into three separate forms;

Siu Nim Tao The literal translation of this is “Little Idea Form”. Essentially this form constitutes the fundamental movements employed in this martial art.

Chum Kiu Or “Searching for the Bridge” places its focus on foot work and initial contact with opponents.

Bil Jee Translated this means “Thrusting fingers”. This form concerns itself with recovery after the loss of balance or center during an attack or defensive move. The moves learnt while studying this form include foot sweeps, finger attacks, and elbow strikes.

The wooden combat dummy is incorporated into the Calasanz method. Slow and accurate moves are applied with this training aid. The accuracy and focus of punches, kicks and blocks can be effectively enhanced through this tool.

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