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Wujido: Online Training

Online Training in Martial Arts has arrived The Wujido family now provides the martial arts community, both the beginner and advanced practitioner with articles, online training, media that is designed to deepen your knowledge and perfection of the most profound aspects of martial arts of any style from the perspective of one of the highest…

Creating an Internal Structure Through Torso Methods

Taijiquan: Beginning Torso Methods The following is a monograph submitted by Josh Hart edited by Dr. Harkins Dashi headmaster of the Wujido Institute.  Josh Hart is a Senior “Da Ge” in the Taijiquan Department at the Wujido Institute. One of the key elements in the practice of Taijiquan is application of a set of principles…

Kungfu; red pill or blue pill?

Kungfu; red pill or blue pill?In the beginning it is not uncommon for a person to look at martial arts with a bias, being there are so many misconceptions about what it is a person can accomplish and how it is that a person can go about getting there.  There is the wide array of…

BaGua Zhang

White Ape Offers Fruit Many years ago there was a student who had dedicated years of his life to master the “traditional” forms of (Qingdai) Wushu such as Choileifut, Hungquan, Wingchun, he approached a highly respected and revered master and inquired of him how to take his practice to a higher level as there seemed…

Classes and Seminars

Wujido Institute Class Schedule Classes are offered weekly Monday – Thursday and Saturday. The following is a schedule of those classes.  Private training is also offered. Individuals desiring private training should contact the front office for more information.  3 programs are offered to the public.  Wujido (Quan fa), Yang family Taijiquan,  Wujiquan (Chinese Wuyi).  Currently…

the Unique Principle of Wujido

The Six Harmonies and 8 Methods The genesis of Wujido arose from the summer of 1990 in Dallas Texas during intensive research into the common principles in what we will call the “essence” of Bushido and the ancient Wuyi principles expressed in the Wuxing (five elements fist). The research was part of a “post-graduate” thesis/dissertation…

Yang family Taijiquan

  One of the most famous and popular of all the Chinese Internal martial arts systems today is the Yang family Taijiquan. So famous in fact that it is considered a category all its own.  Not often does one hear of it as a martial art but only as “Tai Chi” or Taijiquan.  Taijiquan is…