Kung Fu Master Brings Healing Qi Gong to Los Angeles

West Coast Wing Chun announces the arrival of Grandmaster Samuel Kwok, founder of the Samuel Kwok Wing Chun Martial Art Association based in the UK, to the greater Los Angeles area.

Los Angeles, CA, August 15, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Grandmaster Kwok will conduct a seminar in Qi Gong for Healing on October 10th, 2010 at the Belmont Shores Chalet in Long Beach, California. Although Grandmaster Kwok teaches through out Europe, Asia, South America, Africa and Australia, this will be his first seminar in California, and the first time he has chosen to teach Qi Gong healing to the public.

Kwok is acclaimed world wide for his Wing Chun Kung Fu skills and has dedicated his life to the preservation of Wing Chun Kung Fu as taught by Grandmaster Ip Man, teacher to the late Bruce Lee. Kwok has been awarded a BA honor from Manchester University for his lifetime achievement and promotion of martial arts, and the Samuel Kwok Wing Chun Martial Art Association extends to affiliates across six continents.

Grandmaster Kwok has practiced Chi Gong concurrently to Wing Chun Kung Fu for forty years and considers it an important component of martial arts training. Kung fu practitioners in China have used Qi Gong to build and harness internal power for thousand of years. A strike thrown with concentrated and channeled energy is considered far more effective than an “empty” strike.

In addition to its importance in kung fu, Qi Gong is used through out China in self-healing practices, and ubiquitously by the medical community. Grandmaster Kwok, though known world-wide for his expertise in kung fu, has shared little of his life as a healer. He has spent his life-time as a psychiatric nurse practicing in England where he resides, and has used his skills in Qi Gong to facilitate and manifest healing within his patients.

Qi Gong is also used in meditative practices in both Buddhist and Taoist traditions. Meditative training in Qi Gong focuses on breathing, Qi/chi or energy direction, deep concentration and intent, and acts as a tool for self-realization.

Samuel Kwok has decided to conduct his first Chi Gong healing seminar with West Coast Wing Chun, an affiliate Wing Chun school residing in Long Beach, Ca. West Coast Wing Chun's chief instructor, Sifu Bryan Talbot has practiced kung fu for thirty-seven years, and Chi Gong for nearly twenty years.

In addition, he is a certified and practicing Reiki Master, as well as massage therapist. For more information, contact West Coast Wing Chun's seminar hotline at 562-546-2805 or their main number at 562-612-7332. Email inquiries may be forwarded to westcoastwingchun@ipmankungfu.com.

Kimmy Squiers/Publicist
Long Beach, Ca.
United States
Ph: 562-546-2805 or 562-612-7332

West Coast Wing Chun
Kimmy Squiers
562-612-7332 or 562-546-2805