Master Chen Shi Yu started to train traditional Chinese Martial Arts when he was children age, in 1993 when he was aged 11 he went to the Mount Wudang to study martial arts with different teachers. In 1996 Master Chen Shi Yu was fortunate to be accepted as a disciple by the great Master Zhong Yun Long. Since then, Master Chen has been practicing internal Kung Fu like Tai Chi, Qi Gong, XingYi, BaGua, Eight Immortal sword and meditation.
Master Chen Shi Yu has many years of experience in teaching foreign students from around the world, in the past years he was invited to Norway, Hong Hong and Germany to Teaching.
Master Chen has participated in national and international martial arts championships and got many awards and high praises: In 2000 he won the championship (52kg) of Sanda Competition held in Wudang Mountain. In 2006 he won the first prize in the Wudang Mountain Healthpreserving Wushu Competition for his Tai Chi Fist. In 2008 he won the first prize in the 3rd World Traditional Martial Arts Competition for his Stick Form held in Shiyan City, Hubei Province. In 2012 he won the first prize in the 4th World Tai Chi Healthpreserving Competition. In 2012 he won the first prize in the 5th World Traditional Wushu Competition for his Boxing Form and Sword Form.
Master Chen Xin Jie is skilled at traditional Wudang fist forms, broadsword, straight sword, Tai Chi and Ba Gua, He is an outstanding master in terms of his skills, teaching ability and personality. In 2012, he was invited to Sweden and Norway to do Martial Arts Exchange and Teaching.
In 2011 he won the first prize and the second prize in the 9th World Traditional Wushu Festival for his straight sword and Wudang Fist Form. In 2012 he won the second prize in the 5th World Traditional Wushu Festival for his Straight sword and Wudang Fist Form.
Master Chen Wen Bin, a 15th generation Wudang disciple of Wudang SanFeng Sect. He is skilled at Wudang Fu Hu Fist, Wudang Xing Yi Fist, Ba Gua Chang and Wudang Healthpreserving Qi Gong.
Master Chen Wen Bin has a wealth of experience in teaching and he was loved by students from all over the world. He is determined to carry forward the great spirit of martial arts, enable more martial arts enthusiasts benefit from this spirit and become a better self.
Master Wu Yuan Long has participated in many martial arts competitions and obtained excellent results. In 2010 he won the first prize in ‘The Forth World Traditional Martial Arts Festival’ for his Xing Yi Quan. He won the Wudang Zhou Leizhu in ‘CCTV Martial Arts Conference’ for his Tai Yi Xu Xing Quan. In 2011 he went to Germany for teaching the China Traditional Daoist Culture and Wudang Kung Fu. In 2012 he went to Japan for teaching the Wudang Kung Fu.
Master Tian Liang is a traditional martial artist with high moralities and a gentle personality, who has been teaching traditional Chinese martial arts for over 30 years. He grew up learning martial arts, In 1982 she started to learn Yang Style Tai Chi Fist and Tai Chi Sword from Master Zhang Yong Tao who is a 5th generation disciple of Yang Style Tai Chi. In 2000 she learned Liu Style Tai Chi. In 2005 she started to learn Wudang Wushu from Master Yang Qun Li.
Master Tian has gained great reputations and won many well respected and honorable prizes by different civil and International martial arts organizations.
In 2010 she won the first prize in ‘The Fifth Hong Kong International Martial Arts Championship’ for her 24 Step Tai Chi Fist, Tai Chi Feng Huang Sword and Yang Style Knife.
In 2011 she won the first prize in ‘The Fifth Wudang Tai Chi Quan International Friendship Meeting’ for her 42 Step Tai Chi Fist, Tai Chi Feng Huang Sword and Collective Sword.
In 2012 she won the first prize in ‘The Forth World Health Assembly’ for her 42 Step Tai Chi Fist, Tradition Yang Style Tai Chi Sword and Collective Sword.
In 2013 she won the first prize in ‘Beijing Martial Arts Tai Chi Fist Championship’ for her 42 Step Tai Chi Fist and Tradition Yang Style Tai Chi Fist.
She mainly teaches Healthpreserving Qi Gong, Rehabilitation Qi Gong, Traditional Sports Healthpreserving and The Basic Theory Of Chinese Traditional Medicine.
During teaching time he has published more than 30 treatises about Martial Arts Healthpreserving. Such as ‘Healthpreserving Qi Gong – The function of Yi Jing Jin for Human Respiratory Muscle, ‘The Important Features of Healthpreserving Qi Gong’, ‘Healthpreserving Qi Gong and Physical pain (Neck, shoulder, waist and legs)’ and ‘Healthpreserving Qi Gong – 12 Step Yi Jing Jin Form’ etc.
For the past many years, Master Xiang was invited to Shanxi, Guangdong, Shandong and other provinces by the China Healthpreserving Qi Gong Center for the training working of Social Sports Instructors Of Healthpreserving Qi Gong. He has been invited to Germany, France, Spain, Canada, Australia, Japan and other countries for the spread of China Traditional Sports Healthpreserving Culture.