At Wu Wei Studio we take a personalised approach to help you on your internal martial arts journey and to develop integrative aspects of your physical and mental well-being.
We promote inter-cultural learning for the benefit of individuals and society. Effort and striving have become the hallmarks of society, the by-product being increasing levels of stress, depression, anxiety, tension and unnecessary destruction. Wu Wei Studio is engaged in the development of effortless action without striving and of aligning movement with creative flow. If these principles are cultivated and experienced physically through internal martial arts, the learning is transferable into other areas of life.
Distancing itself from religion,Wu Wei Studio draws inspiration from philosophical daosim as expressed in the writings of Lao Tzu (6th century BCE), who advocated living in harmony with nature, effortless action (wu wei), stillness as a source of strength, virtue and overcoming the hard with the soft. For his ideas see Dao De Jing or have a look at some of the quotations below:
A1 - Beginners: Thurs 6-7pm
A2 - 5 Section Solo Form: Wed 6-7pm
A3 - Beijing 24 Form: Tue 6-7pm
A4 - Long Form 108: Fri 6-7pm
B1 - Push Hands 1: Thurs 7-8pm*
B2 - Push Hands 2: Wed 7-8pm*
B3 - Push Hands 3: Tue 7-8pm*
B4 - Push Hands 4: Fri 8-9pm*
C1 - TBC
C2 - Weapons: Fri 7-8pm
*on hold until further notice
Thursday classes starting 29th Oct 6pm
Please email to book a place.
Maximum number of participants is 4 per class due to social distancing measures.
Brennan Translation (Translations of Chinese martial arts manuals)
Kung Fu Tea (Chinese martial studies - academic posts and resources)
Yang Family Tai Chi (Tai Chi history, philosphy, theory & practice)
Health Benefits of Tai Chi (US Department of Health & Human Services)
Wu Wei Studio
6 Helendale Drive