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Kung Fu Da Hong quan

  • 5Weeks
  • 35Steps


Shaolin Da Hong Quan (大洪拳), or "Big Flood Fist," is one of the traditional forms of Shaolin Kung Fu. This form has a rich history that dates back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It is believed to have been developed by Shaolin monks as part of their extensive martial arts repertoire. The term "Hong" (洪) signifies "flood," symbolizing the overwhelming power and continuous flow of movements in this form. Shaolin Kung Fu itself has been practiced for over 1,500 years at the Shaolin Temple in Henan Province, China. The temple is often considered the birthplace of many martial arts styles, and Da Hong Quan is one of its most prominent forms. Shaolin Da Hong Quan is a powerful and dynamic form of martial arts with a deep historical heritage. Its combination of powerful techniques, flowing movements, and strong stances makes it an essential part of Shaolin Kung Fu training. Practicing Da Hong Quan not only enhances physical fitness and martial prowess but also cultivates mental discipline and resilience. As you begin your journey into this traditional form, you will gain a deeper appreciation for the rich history and profound skill embodied in Shaolin Kung Fu.

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