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Welcome to Wang Heng Wushu Taichi Institute

Wang Heng Wushu Taichi Institute, formerly Heng Wang Wushu Training Centre, was founded in 2010 with an intention to propagate the Chinese traditional culture and promote Chinese Martial Arts so as to uplift the youth and invigorate the elderly, making them more involved in various Canadian activities.

The institute offers training in Wushu and Taichi in various neighbourhoods to students of all ages, whether they are elite competitive athletes, beginners, or elderly participants looking to enjoy a recreational activity and improve their overall health.

Contemporary Wushu is an exciting, fast paced martial art derived from traditional Chinese Kung Fu. Taichi is slower internal martial art tracing its origin back to Toaist Monks of the 12th century. Both practices offer many health benefits, such as increase strength & flexibility, better balance and agility, as well as improve the functions of the internal organs. Wushu & Taichi also contribute to a person's character development, improvement of confidence, self esteem & perseverance.

INSTRUCTOR: WANG HENG

Wang Heng
Wang Heng was born in Henan Province, China and began her Wushu training in 1983. In 1986 she was shortlisted for the Henan Professional Wushu Team, trained under Master Ma Chu Xi who was named as one of the one hundred Wushu Elites. During her many years practising Wushu, Wang Heng participated in numerous national & international competitions where she earned very high scores. Wang Heng skills at different hand forms, such as Tong Long Quan, Ying Zhao Quan, Taichi Quan & Baqua Zhang. She also adepts in various weapons like Double Broad Swords, 9 Section Whip, 3 Section Staff, Taichi Horse Tail Whip & Taichi Sword. Due to the high scores she got in the competitions, Wang Heng won the title as Wu Ying Athlete (Chinese National Leading Athlete) and 7 Degree Wushu Duan Wei. Master Level. During her time working at the Henan Wushu Administration Centre, Wang Heng often hosted & participated in Wushu Sanda (Chinese Kickboxing), Wushu Education, organized different levels of Wushu Competitions. Wang Heng was invited as a Guest Performer at the 10th Wushu Competition Opening Ceremony and also became the first Sanda (Chinese Kickboxing) Female Judge for International Shaolin Wushu Festival.

AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS
  • 1996 – Awarded gold medal of Double Broadsword
  • 1995 – Feature Performaner in 4th Chinese Shaolin Wushu International Festival
  • 1995 – Awarded  Bronze medal in Broadsword in National Wushu Championship
  • 1993 – Awarded gold medal of Broadsword
  • 1993 – Awarded  Bronze medal of Cudgel Play and Chinese Kickboxing in 3rd Shaolin Wushu Festival
  • 1993 – Awarded  Honor of Chinese National Leading Athlete
  • 1991 – Awarded  Bronze Gold medal of Chinese Kickboxing, Cudgel Play and Broadsword in 1st Shaolin Wushu              Championship
  • 1990 – Awarded gold medal of Double Broadsword and bronze medal of Broadsword in National Junior Wushu              Championship
  • 1988 – Awarded gold medal of Chinese Kickboxing and Broadsword in Henan Wushu Championship
  • 1987 – Awarded gold medal of Chinese Kickboxing and Cudgel Play in Henan Wushu Championship
WORKING EXPERIENCE IN BC, CANADA
  • As a substitute teacher, teaching Taichi to the adults and seniors at the Collingwood Neighbourhood House, and to the employees at Dan-D Foods Ltd., from June 8 to July 13, 2012
  • Giving private lesson to youths who are enthusiastic about Wushu and want to participate in national and international competitions
  • Teaching adults 24- to 48-form Yang-style Taichi as well as Wushu, including sword skills, fan, and horse tail whip
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES/ACCOMPLISHMENTS
    2012 – One of the head judges in the 1st Canada International Wushu Festival and 33rd Annual   Can-Am International              Championship at UBC War Memorial
    • 2009 – One of the judges in the 2009 Canadian National Wushu Team Selection 
    • 2009 – Performed in the opening ceremony of the 10th International Wushu Championship
    • 2007 – One of the judges on the committee in the Can-Am Wushu Championship
    • 2006 – One of the judges in the 2nd Pacific Elite Tai Chi and Internal Arts Friendship Meet 
    • 2006 – One of the judges in Can-Am Wushu Championship
INSTRUCTOR: LIU FANG

Liu Fang
Liu Fang practised Wushu at his early age under her mother, Master Ma Chu Xi who was named as one of the one hundred Wuhu Elite. During his practise, Liu Fang won very high scores, 7 degree Wushu Duan Wei. Liu Fang was invited to teach Chinese Wushu in Japan, Australia, New Zealand & Taiwan. Liu Fang skills at Chinese Martial Arts, such as Broad Sword, Staff, Ying Zhao Quan, Taichi Quan, Tai Chi Fan & Taichi Sword.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES/ACCOMPLISHMENTS

2012 Appointed as Assistant General Judge at the 1st Canadian International Wushu Festival & 33rd Annual Can-Am Interrnational Championship at UBC War Memorial
2006 - 2009 Worked as Judge at various national and international Wushu championships


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