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Yiquan is a kind of kung-fu, which is rapidly becoming popular. It particularly stresses the use of awareness and mind activity in training, developing perfect mind and body coordination, revealing the natural human potential. You will find here a fascinating learning process, method of nurturing health and combative training.

Summer 2017

Yiquan Academy summer course was organized in Warsaw, Poland. There were participants from 9 European countries.


Added on 7 August 2017

Beijing 2017

Yiquan Academy China training trip was organized in June. We trained with master Yao Chengguang at his Zongxun Wuguan school in Beijing.


Added on 5 July 2017

Seminar in Italy

A weekend seminar was organized in Florence, Italy. Participants learned elements of intermediate level programme.


Added on 25 May 2017

Conference in Beijing

An Yiquan conference commemorating master Yao Zongxun (1917-1985) was organized in Beijing in April. 


Added on 30 April 2017

Longer courses

Winter course

20-28 January 2018

Summer courses

22 July - 12 August 2018

Shorter seminars

Seminar in Florence

10-11 February 2018

Seminar in Florence

5-6 May 2018

Training with master Yao

Zongxun Wuguan, Beijing, China

25 June - 1 July 2018

China 2018
Quoting Wang Xiangzhai

The method of learning basics in martial art is not focusing on one aspect. It is about unified use of mind and form, intention and force. If you watch this way of using force, it is without form. If you listen to it, there is no voice. There are no fixed forms or manifestations. But if we want to talk about form, we could say that it is like a flag moving in the wind, without fixed position. When wind blows, the flag reacts. This is interrelation with surrounding air. We could also compare it to a fish in water. The fish is moving all the time, never staying at one place.

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