Animals’ Movement: Root of Martial Art Development
Hua Yi, Tuo’s fifty-nine generation heir, continued her great grandfather’s innovation wuqunxi, literally ‘five beast’s exercise’ by learning it and later teaching this to the youngsters. According to her, in wuqunxi, there are mainly five animals’ movements which are imitated during the training course. Tiger, Deer, beer, Ape and Crane (bird) are considered to be fitness gurus. Every animal’s movement is taken as an arty skill and distinctly followed during the exercise and taught accordingly.
Being bullied by her friends in her childhood and deprived from her parents’ direct watch-out, Hua Yi learned dancing and martial art at the very young age by herself. Though having hardships and injuries en-route, she speeded herself towards the goal and finally set up a wuqunxi yoga gym to spread the traditional Chinese art throughout the World and help people live healthily.
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