楊龍飛简介(About Master Longfei Yang) PDF Print E-mail

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楊龍飛 

Longfei Yang

 
 
Master Longfei Yang  started his training at the age of 6 in the Hohhot (Inner-Mongolia) Wu Shu team discipline of contemporary Wu Shu. This early training included forms, weapons and fighting skills. He also studied Tai Chi Chuan and "pushing hands" under his grandfather, Yang Jian Jiou, a traditional Chinese doctor with a strict and intensive daily regimen of training.
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He then started focusing on hard external Wu Shu styles including the Shaolin "Iron Palm" and
"Iron Body". He also studied extensively Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do, "the Drunken Fighter".

After years of intensive training, Master Longfei Yang's knowledge in martial arts matured and he
began developing himself internally in order to understand his body and develop internal
power raising his  skills to a higher level. He trained in internal Seven Star Mantis under
Grandmaster Li Su Sen, a 3rd generation San Xi Ren Shi practitioner. In addition, he studied under
Master Dong Xi Shen, a 20th generation Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan teacher.

Master Longfei Yang is the first certified instructor of San Xi Ren Shi Seven Star Mantis to establish a school of martial arts outside of mainland China.
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He has made many appearances on South African and US television, in Black Belt and in several
other magazines. He has appeared in and produced various instructional videos, directed
martial arts action sequences in U.S. films, and has written several books including A Gateway
to Chinese Martial Arts
. He has served as a judge in international martial arts competition
since 1999. In 2001 Master Longfei Yang received the "World Outstanding Life Achievement
and Golden Performance Award".At 2009 Master Longfei Yang Winner the "2nd International
Chinese Martial Arts Competition.

Master Longfei Yang served as Chief Instructor for the award winning National Kung Fu Team in South Africa from 1998 .

Since 2005, Master Yang Long Fei has been teaching in New York City, where he lives with his wife and two daughters. In 2008, he founded Xin Wu Men Martial Arts Association to further his goal of promoting Chinese culture and philosophy internationally. He is currently the judge of an International Traditional Martial Arts Competition based in New York.