Many roads lead to the path, but essentially there are only two: mind and practice
NAM ANH CHING WOO KUNG FU ACADEMY
A traditional teaching passed down from generation to generation by Grand Masters since the 18th century, to finally reach us by the Grand Master Nam Anh, 9th dan red belt, and to his Schools all around the world.
Wing Chun is a style invented by a woman and passed on to a woman. This style recognized for its famous technique of sticky hands, aims to overcome his opponent by the principle of short path and flexibility in the techniques.
The Pak Mei is the first style that advocates the short ride in techniques. It stands out for its famous shot of the eye of the Phoenix, aiming to reach the vital points of the body, and in these attacks seeking to break the bridge of the opponent.
Tai Chi is a valuable art providing longevity and many health benefits. This style leads to the harmonization of body and mind, for the attainment of inner peace. The practice is accessible to everyone, regardless of your age or physical condition.
Apart from the obvious manifestations of martial arts, Kung Fu aims explicitly the development and accomplishment of human beings in their every aspect.
OUR SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD
A traditional teaching, transmitted by Grand Masters since the 18th century, to Grand Master Nam Anh, 9th dan red belt, founder of the Nam Anh Ching Woo Kung Fu Academy and its 8 schools throughout the world.
The Tower of Knowledge
After the incident at the Lugou Bridge (Marco Polo – The Cau Kieu) on July 9, 1937, the Japanese army dominated all the provinces of
Grand Master Nam Anh masters, among other things, two distinct styles of martial arts, Pak Mei and Wing Chun. Therefore, it seems important, as a