Chin Na / Self defense Lesson: How to defend yourself against someone who graps you?
Self defense technique / Chin Na lesson was taught by Shifu Daniel Yunkuo Wang. Chin Na / Self defense training is very popular Kung Fu training course at Kungfu Republic – a Kung Fu – Wushu School in Singapore. You can learn many self defense techniques in Kungfu Republic training courses, details can be found at: defense-training/” target=”_blank”>https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/chin-na-self-defense-training/
Kungfu Republic is a martial arts school, a Chinese Kung Fu / Wushu training school based in Singapore: https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/
Kungfu Republic was first founded at Sydney Australia in 2000 by Shifu Daniel Yunkuo Wang and was named as “Praying Mantis Kung Fu Academy” : https://www.prayingmantis.com.au/
Kung Fu Republic Academy based in Sydney Australia: http://www.kungfu-republic.com.au/
Free online training website: https://www.kungfu-republic.com

Chinese Kung Fu (Wushu) training lessons include: Kids Kung Fu training: https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/kung-fu-for-kids/
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Wushu training, Adults Kung Fu training, Tai Chi (Taijiquan) training: https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/tai-yi-tai-chi/
Qigong training: https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/qigong/
Tai Chi Ball training: https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/tai-chi-ball/
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Shaolin Kung Fu training: https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/shaolin-kung-fu/
Praying Mantis Kung Fu training: https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/praying-mantis-kung-fu/
Kungfu Republic also offers special kung fu techniques which you can only
learn from master Denial Yunkuo Wang: Iron Palm Kung Fu, Iron Arm Kung Fu,
Weapons Kung Fu, Pushing Hands Training: https://kungfu-republic.com.sg/special-kung-fu-techniques/
Shifu Daniel Wang is the 38th generational lineage holder of Tai Yi Tai Chi, see videos: https://youtu.be/aaPHR8h7p8c
and he is the author for book :Tai Yi Tai Chi Ball: https://youtu.be/ioY-wUVrqvQ
Tai Chi Ball Book : https://www.kungfu-republic.com.au/kung-fu-books/

Shifu Daniel Yunkuo Wang is also a certified Chinese Medicinal doctor in Australia, he is very experienced in acupuncture: https://www.livewellclinic.com.au/acupuncture-therapy/
the website of the TCM clinic – Live Well Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine Clinic is: http://www.livewellclinic.com.au/
Tui Na is a form of manipulative therapy that originates from China and it is often used in combination with moxibustion, acupuncture, Chinese herbal treatments, and fire cupping treatments.
Basically, there are two types of Cupping therapy:
Dry Cupping. Basically, here it is only about the suctioning, with nothing else included.
Wet Cupping. This type of cupping involves suctioning as well as a measured medicinal bleeding. The wet cupping is used to get rid of toxins and other harmful substances, in order to enhance healing.
Gua Sha has existed for centuries as a way treating numerous ailments that afflict the human body:
Live Well clinic offers the Moxibustion therapy for:
Soreness, particularly in cold patterns where the soreness feels better with the application of something warm, digestive setbacks and uneven elimination, help with obstetrical and gynecological disorders, assistance against flu and cold strains.
Qigong healing Therapy is introduced here:
Acupuncture combine with TCM can help effectively male Erectile Dysfunction problem:
TDP Lamps Heat Therapy is currently being extensively used by physical therapists, acupuncturists, chiropractors, and other healthcare providers.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment:
At Live Well clinic in Sydney, regimen for health preservation is offered in five major ways, such as:
Chinese medicine, Qigong, Meditation, Taoist Ba Duan Jin, Tai chi and Tai Chi Ball:
Acupuncture treatment combines with electromagnetic heat treatment we used can obtain very good results with Patients: https://www.livewellclinic.com.au/heel-pain/
Acupuncture is widely used in the treatment for peripheral facial paralysis: