30 January 2021 – 03 April 2021 (Saturdays)
11:30am – 12:30am (10 sessions)
This course has been especially designed for families in the Canberra community. Primarily, it provides learning opportunities for children though parents are required to join all training sessions as part of the course requirements. We are confident this program reinforces family bonds and promotes physical, mental health and wellbeing for families in our community.
Chinese martial arts or Kung Fu is known as Wushu, the generic Mandarin Chinese term. In spite of its apparent focus on fighting and combat skills: kicking, punching, wrestling and so on, the true spirit of Wushu is, in fact, to cease the use of weapons and to promote peace, well-being and to live well in harmony. Wushu also covers special ways of inner strength/energy cultivation methods named Daoyin and Qigong (pronounced Chi-gong). It is a system of exercises that utilises natural, gentle movements to help energise the mind and body.
Chinese Wushu has a long history. It is a Chinese national form of martial arts activity. For thousands of years, it has been a sport of bravery, strength, wisdom, and physical fitness.