ORIENTAL MARTIAL ARTS CENTER – KUNG FU / TAICHI

About us

Wushu is the style of Chinese martial arts or Kungfu performed by Jet Li in many Kungfu movies. At Oriental Martial Arts Center, you will find it easy, cool and fun to learn and practice Wuhsu. Wushu epitomizes the “art” in martial arts and uses natural, synchronized and aesthetic movements, providing many benefits including building confidence, self control and discipline,  improving flexibility and body coordination, enhancing physical fitness and mental health, shaping up focus and perseverance, and nurturing team work and leadership.

Grand Master Wu Bin, Kungfu movie star Jet Li’s coach, is the technical advisor of Oriental Martial Arts Center.

Master Fang Wang, Oriental Martial Arts Center’s Coach and Training Program Manager,  also coached by Grand Master Wu Bin, is certified for Chinese National 6th Rank in Wushu and Taichi, National First Degree Wushu Coach, National First Degree Wushu Judge. Having won numerous awards including first places in the Chinese National Wushu Tournament Group Competitions from 1990 through 1992 and the National Wushu Elite Athlete from the Chinese National Sports Committee, Master Wang also has 15 years of successful and impressive coaching experiences in China, Korea and the USA.

Taichi, the ancient Chinese art consisting of series of gentle and rhythmic movements that incorporate breath coordination, muscle relaxation, mind tranquility and spiral posture alignment. Taichi has numerous benefits. It can help relieve chronic pain, tone muscles, reduce stress, enhance balance and coordination, and improve blood circulation. Taichi is recognized as a method of exercise for stress reduction and cardiovascular benefits (lowered heart rate and blood pressure). It has been used as a healing modality for hundreds of years. Good for anyone regardless of age and abilities

Qigong, Qi Gong, Chi Kung, or Chi Gung, is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and meditation. Literally, Qi (Chi) is “Intrinsic Life Energy”,  Gong (Kung or Gung) is “Cultivation” or “Art of Doing”, and Qigong is to cultivate and balance Qi or flow of Qi. Qigong practices involve rhythmic breathing in sync with slow stylized repetition of fluid movements, a calm mindful state, and visualization of channeling Qi through the body. Doing Qigong correctly in terms of frequency, precision and intensity could give one many physical, mental and spiritual benefits. Join OMAC today to enjoy and benefit from the experience of OMAC Qigong. Don’t just do it – do it with pros at OMAC.

We offer a free trial class! Come and enjoy the fun and the physical, mental and health benefits of Wushu, Taichi and/or Qigong at Oriental Martial Arts Center.