Wushu (武术; pinyin: wǔshù) u doslovnom prijevodu znaci “borilacka vjestina”. To je pravilan naziv za mnogo cesce
upotrebljavan ali cesto krivo protumacen izraz kung fu, koji se ugrubo prevodi kao vjestina i odnosi se specificno
na energiju, osjecaje i trud ulozen u nekom radu ili stvaranju.
Za zanatliju ili obrtnika se moze reci da ima dobar kung fu na nacin na koji odradjuju svoj zanat.
Na isti nacin osoba koja vjezba wushu, moze se reci da ima dobar kung fu.
Wushu sport je sistem borbenih tehnika koje ukljucuju rutinske vjezbe i slobodan sparing ciji je cilj promocija zdravlja, osnazivanje snage volje i rafiniranje borbenih vjestina.
Milijuni ljudi sirom svijeta danas vjezba wushu. Dok je nekad wushu pripremao ljude za ratovanje, danas je popularan nacin
poboljsanja vasegtjelesnog fitnesa, koncentracije i samo-kontrole. Od vjezbaca zahtjeva razvoj i tijela i uma.
Skoro svatko moze imati koristi od vjezbanja Wushu-a. da lis ste stariji ili mladji, snazni ili slabi, wushu Vam moze
pomoci da dodjete i ostanete u formi. Od vjezbaca se zahtijeva da razvije brzinu, hitrinu i pokretljivost dok brzi i snazni
udarci zahtijevaju izdrzljivost i koncentraciju.
Prema jednoj kineskoj legendi, ljudi iz drevnih vremena imali su potrebu za samobranom od opasnog okruzenja i neprijateljskih plemena.
Da bi naucili kako, kinezi su kopirali prirodu. Naucili su se obraniti promatrajuci mirnocu planina i protok rijeka. takodjer su usvojili
Svaka regija u drevnoj Kini imala je svojoblik borenja. Eventualno su u ranije doba dodali upotrebu oruzja, kao sto su nozevi,
macevi i koplja. U 5-tom stoljecu , Budisticki monah iz Indije putovao je prema Kini. Ostao je u Hramu Shaolin i radio istrazivanje
Budizma. Legende kazu da monah nije poducavao samo religijsku filozofiju, vec se takodjer okrenuo prema zdravlju svojih ucenika monaha.
Da bi ojacao monahe, ucio ih je vjezbe razgibavanja.. Te vjezbe podsjetile su monahe na vjezbe borenja koje su ucili kad su bili djeca.
Grupa monaha tada je razvila pokrete koji su posluzili kao srz kao bazakineskih borilackih vjestina. To se smatralo kao pocetak
formaliziranog treninga wushu-a
Center Helis – wushu kung fu and qigong school
Description: Master Nikolas Maricic – Wolf teaches Wushu/// Taijiquan YangLuChen, 24, 42, chen lao jia yi lu, 56, nandu, Chanquan and Nanquan and sanda chinese fighting (kickboxing…) and qigong methods Nikolas is pionir of wushu in croatia making Croatia wushu full member of IWUF and EWUF solely by his own effort going to competitions, events , seminars and even bringing to croatia 4 medals from championships in China where TaiChi originated , from European Championship, Mediterranean Champinships and from Open Switzerland Championship where his students also took medals.
Also representative for www.tcfe.org
“Kung Fu”, which translates literally as “Hard Work” is the popular term in Southern China and the western world that refers to the Chinese Martial Arts. When first brought to the western world by the likes of Bruce Lee, the term stuck and has been used as recognition to the Chinese Martial Arts but is now used more often to relate to the traditional style of the Chinese Martial Arts.
Wushu as practised and popularised by Jet Li, Wushu is a modern sport which is fundamentally based on various traditional kung fu styles. It is as a professional sport in many asian countries and its popularity is rapidly gaining momentum worldwide.
Tai Chi is considered a soft style martial art, an art applied with a complete relaxation. This art is often practised for the purposes of health and longevity and but also as a sport. Tai Chi is well known as one of the slow motion routines that groups of people practice every morning in hundreds of parks across China and, recently, other parts of the world.
Sanda (also known as Sanshou) is a modern hand to hand competitive combative sport characterised by quick and powerful punches, kicks and most notably, throws. Sanda utilises gloves amongst other protective gear and bouts are undertaken on a raised platform called a lei tai.
Master Coach Nikolas Maricic – Wolf
Croatian Taiji Center Helis, member of TCFE
Cell phone + 385 98 9123 179
Some of Nikolas teachings here
– Teaching at Motovun Film Festival , morning and evening classes, summer 28.7. to 1.8. 2012
– Teaching at Tunisia for 7 days , july 2012, early morning qigong mediations of internal smile and small universe meditation, 6 healing sounds, yi chin ching, 5 taoist exercise and self healing, taijiquan forms and wushu in the woods and on the beach,….
– Teaching at Opening Week of Confucius Institute in Zagreb, Croatia, called Chinese Culture Week from 14. to 18. may 2012.
– Teaching in high school and University as gym class, wushu taichi and qigong program made by Nikolas recognized by Croatian Ministry of Sport, Science and Technology from 2002. to present
– Netherland workshop during Netherland Open Championships organized by Stichting Taiji Netherland member of TCFE, November 17. and 18. 2001.
– teaching paraplegics and tetraplegics http://www.examiner.com/tai-chi-in-national/teaching-paraplegics-tai-chi?CID=examiner_alerts_article
– teaching at diabetes society and at arthritis society
– and many more
2 gold medals at Mediterranean Wushu championships 2010. with taijiquan modern and traditional disiplines
gold medal at International taiijiquan champinships in Jiaozuo, China 2007. organised by chinese wushu association
gold medal individual and with students as a team at Switzerland Open taijiquan Championships 2002.
silver medal Europa taichi organsed by French Wushu Federation 2012
TCFE European Championships 2000. Utrecht, Netherland , bronze medal
Teaching> taijiquan old yang style and yangcheng fu , 24 , 40 competiton form
Chen style , old long form and 18 form , 56 competition style, basics of Hunyuan taijiquan
42 international competiton routine
Zhineng Qigong , Wuji Qigong, Hunyuan Qigong, Baduanjin, Daoyin Yang Sheng Gong i Taiji Qigong , small universe and self healing qigong
Concentrating on internal organs and bone structure and tendons to make body stronger and energy freely flowing, making internal smile
Reach every part of body and mind
Masters > Master Erle Montaigue, Master Michelle Meixner Knoll, Shaolin Master Dominique Saatenang, Master Zhu Tiancai, Master Chen Xiaowang
Master Chen Zheng Lei, Master Mantak Chia, Master Yang Jwing Ming,… and many others through seminars
made croatia full member of IWUF teaching taiji, nanquan , changquan 少林武術
teaching martial arts from 1985
taekwondo coach of the year 1999 island of Rab, national champion forms
and vice champion fighting
wushu taijiquan international champion, 2007, Jiaozuo, China
exeprince in teaching kids, adults, sports players, businesman/lady, seniors,…
appeared in many national TV and magazines with his teachings that brought results to people of
all ages and expertise
members about benefits -it is in croatian language but you can get the picture
Nikolas Maricic – Wolf
27 years experince teaching
international Jiaozuo 2007 gold medalist
2 gold medals at Mediterranean Wushu Cup, Sicilia, Italy 2010
silver medal Europa taichi organsed by French Wushu Federation 2012
wanna introduce myself because i can teach many generations
active relaxation and active conditioning and at same time increasing their energy level ,
Samurai Night here is my demo too http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNZRnf5Zbsc
cell phone + 385 98 9123 179
Nikolas has expereince teaching accelerated learning techniques , as well he practiced qigong
and live it daily. he love the works of all ancient cultures from all over the world as well
as hooponopono which has roots in qigong to according to Mornah Simeona
Master Li Junfeng (born October 13, 1938 in Gaocheng, Hebei) is a qigong master, the founder of Sheng Zhen Qigong, and a world-renowned wushu coach. He has also starred-in and choreographed several Chinese martial arts films.
In 1960 he enrolled in Beijing Physical Education University’s wushu department and was the captain of the school’s wushu team. In 1964 he was featured in the French TV documentary Day in the Life of a Chinese College Student.
Wushu coaching career
After graduation in 1965 he became a wushu coach at Beijing’s Shichahai Sports School. In 1973 the Chinese Central Documentary Film House produced the documentary Beijing Sports School Wushu Team that includes footage of Li Junfeng coaching a young Jet Li. After the school won the national competition in 1974, Beijing accepted Wu Bin’s and his proposal to establish the Beijing Wushu Team, a professional team consisting of students mostly from the Shichahai Sports School.
From 1974 to 1988 Li Junfeng was a head coach of the Beijing Wushu Team. During this time the team won the national championship in the group category for 12 straight years (Udo 1998, p. 68) and his students won 56 individual gold medals. In 1984 his students won 10 of the 16 gold medals at the National Wushu Competition in Shanghai, setting the record for the most number of gold medals won by a coach’s students. Li Junfeng also traveled internationally as a national team coach and at the first Asian Wushu Championship in 1987 his team won 13 of 16 gold medals and 3 silver medals (Udo 1998, p. 68).
During his career as a wushu coach, Li Junfeng was awarded one Second Medal Certificate and four Third Medal Certificates from the State Physical Culture and Sports Commission. He was also the Deputy Director of the Chinese Wushu Coach Committee (Rao 1986, p. 32); the Commissioner of the China Wushu Association; and Councilor to the China Wushu Society.
The book In the Spirit of the 2008 Olympics: Extraordinary Chinese Martial Artists of the World highlights Li Junfeng as one of eleven prominent wushu pioneers.
In 1982 Li Junfeng was selected for the leading role in Wu Lin Zhi, a Chinese martial arts film, and was ultimately awarded a Chinese National Award for “Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role.” The film was selected as the “Motion Picture of the Year” by the Chinese Ministry of Culture, translated into five languages and released in the United States under the names The Honor of Dongfang Xu and Deadly Fury. Li Junfeng has appeared in three additional films, was a film action choreographer and hosted the television series, Learning Wushu (Udo 1998, p. 69).
In 1988 the Philippines Wushu Federation invited Li Junfeng to become the national team’s head coach. He held the head coach position until 1991 where he began teaching qigong and taiji full time. The team’s greatest achievement came shortly after this, winning 10 gold medals at the 16th Southeast Asian Games in Manila.
Sheng Zhen Qigong
Li Junfeng was first drawn to qigong and taiji as a university student and has practiced and taught these disciplines throughout his adult life. He began practicing Sheng Zhen Qigong privately in 1987 and began teaching it in 1994. In 1995 the International Sheng Zhen Society was founded to promote Sheng Zhen Qigong to the world. Li Junfeng is the society’s chairman and principal teacher.
Since the founding of the International Sheng Zhen Society Li Junfeng has taught Sheng Zhen Qigong in 25 countries spread across 6 continents. In 2002 Omni Film Productions created the documentary Quiet Mind: Healing Qigong about Sheng Zhen Qigong and Li Junfeng. In 2002 Li Junfeng moved to the United States and accepted a position teaching qigong at the Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin (Austin TX, United States). He has delivered the keynote address at several conferences including the National Qigong Association Conference in 1999 and 2000; the International Psi Conference, Basle, Switzerland in 2005; and at the American Acupuncturist Association of Oriental Medicine annual conference in 2006 and 2007.