An ancient Chinese martial art that embraces the mind, body, and spirit. The slow yet fluid nature of this healthy exercise combines meditation with motion, resulting in a total body workout that’s gentle on joints and ligaments while elevating one’s mindfulness and spirituality.
Historical roots of the Hung Ga fighting style can be traced back to 17th century southern China, rising to prominence with the emergence of famed folk hero Wong Fei Hung in the mid-1800’s. Hung Ga’s signature short, powerful movements emphasize arms and full body strengthening.
A classic Northern Chinese style, Praying Mantis helps to improve the core and flexibility by incorporating leg work, high kicks and acrobatic techniques. With regular practice, this is a highly versatile martial art that will lead to increased agility, reactive abilities, and explosiveness.