The name comes from the ‘Earl of the Wind’,
who in Chinese mythology was called Feng Po. He is depicted as an old man
with a long flowing white beard, who stands on the green grass of the
heaven’s highest pinnacle, dressed in a yellow cloak and wearing a red and
blue hat. In his hands he holds the open end of a cotton sack, and wherever
he points the mouth of the sack, the wind blows in that direction. He can
turn a full circle, and send the winds unhindered across the whole world. If
he moves slowly, then the wind from his sack will hardly move and it will
feel like the gentleness of a morning breeze. But if he becomes angry or is
surprised then he may turn very fast, and the wind will hurtle across the
universe to create the devastation of a tornado.
-Fast Evasive Footwork Drills.
-Yin & Yang Striking Drills.
-Yin Ward Offs, & Parrying Drills.
-Multiple Joint Locking Methods.
-Throws & Take Down Methods.
-Single & Multiple Attack Methods.
-Daoyin/Qugong Development Exercises.
-Three Star Principle Drills.