An internal Martial Art originating from Shanxi Province, Xingyiquan is characterized by simple, direct body movements; forward, linear motion; and an emphasis on very strong strikes generated by body motion and placement. Xing Yi fighting theory is based on the Five Elements: earth, water, fire, metal, and wood. Visit some of the websites listed below for more information.
Ching Yi Kung Fu Association
Background on style, gallery, articles, videos, links and related information.
A highly detailed and extensive graphical look at the multi-faceted fighting martial art of Xingyiquan. Always updated with fresh material.
Essay at Gerald A. Sharp's Chi Flow website.
Hsing-I Martial Arts Institute
This site is devoted to the Internal Arts of Hsing-I (XingYi), Pa-Kua (BaGua) and Tai-Chi (TaiJi). Articles from the Hsing I Journal, pictures, videos, discussion groups, chat and general information.
Mint Hill Kung Fu School
Teaching Hsing-I, Tai Chi Chuan, Lion Dancing, Wing Chun, and Lai Tung Pai. Located in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Shen Wu Martial Arts
Teaching Ba Gua Zhang, Hsing i Chuan and Tai Chi Chuan. Style information, philosophy, and class schedule. [Garden Grove, CA]
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