Dragon Shape Pa Kua is taught at Lee’s. It is characterized by twisting, spiraling, coiling and spinning. If one practices this style, over time one’s flexibility and springiness will improve greatly and one’s movements will become quick and lively. In addition to teaching techniques to enable one to throw the power of the entire body into one palm, this form also enables the practitioner to develop skill in sticking to an opponent’s back, dissipate force from an opponent’s attack, easily handle surprise attacks, and contend with multiple opponents.
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Pa Kua boxing is, without doubt, the king of Internal fighting and is said to enhance the natural grace of the human body. It is elegant, dignified, and provides the key needed to develop perfect balance both in practice and self-defense. By "walking the circle," the Pa Kua practitioner strengthens his neck, arms, wrists, and ankles, increases the flexibility of his waist, and helps the Chi to flow freely along the body's channels.
Fu Chen Sung was chiefly known as a Bagua man, but he also forged many other internal systems. The Fu style Tai Chi Chuan was one of his acclaimed creations. But it was his Bagua Dragon Palm style along with his ferociously fleeting and practical "pivotal power" which sealed his fame forever.
Fu Chen Sung had studied Pa Kua under Dong Haichuan's senior students Cheng Ting Hua and Ma Gui and along the years had exchanged his great knowledge with many other masters such as Sun Lu Tang and Yang Chan Po (Yang Cheng-Fu). It is said that Fu Chen Sung was the only one able to dissolve Yang Chan Po's Pushing hands and the two became the best of friends.<> Fu Chen Sung was known in the history books as a giant both for his martial genius, and for promoting the internal martial arts throughout China.