Certification: 5th Dan by the Chinese Wushu Federation.
Experience: 30 years.
Training: in Spain and China with chinese masters.
As a competitor:
• 11 gold medals in Spanish Wushu Championships.
• 5th place in the European Wushu Championship in Lignano (Italy).
• Several times member of the Spanish Wushu Team.
As a Coach:
5 years coaching the Andalusian Wushu Team (Andalusian Federation, Spain). Coaching to:
• In the 12th European Wushu Championship: 1 competitor achived the 2nd and 3rd place.
• In Spanish Championship: 6 competitors achived gold medal.
• In Andalusian Championship: 5 competitor achived gold medal.
Taiji. (pronounced Taichi)
Tai chi is a type of internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health
benefits. It is also typically practiced for a variety of other personal reasons: its hard and soft martial
art technique, demonstration competitions, and longevity. As a consequence, a multitude of training
forms exist, both traditional and modern, which correspond to those aims. Some of tai chi training
forms are especially known for being practiced at what most people categorize as slow movement.
Qigong. (pronounced Chi Kung)
Qigong is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and
meditation. Qigong is not just a set of breathing exercises, but rather comprises a large variety of
physical and mental training methods based on Chinese philosophy. While implementation details
vary, all qigong forms can be characterized as a mix of three types of training: dynamic, static and
Wushu (Chinese Martial Arts)
Chinese martial arts training consists of the following components: basics, forms (choreographic
movements), applications, Combat (Sanda) and weapons. In addition, philosophy, ethics and even
medical practice are highly regarded by most Chinese martial arts. A complete training system
should also provide insight into Chinese attitudes and culture.
Sanda (Chinese Combat)
Sanda, literally "free fighting" or an "unsanctioned fight" is a Chinese hand-to-hand self-defense
system and combat sport. Sanda is a martial art which was originally developed by the Chinese
military based upon the study and practices of traditional Kung Fu and modern combat fighting
techniques; which include punches and kicks, wrestling, takedowns, throws, sweeps, kick catches,
and even elbow and knee strikes.
Self-defense techniques and recommended behavior under the threat of violence is systematically
taught in self-defense classes. While all martial arts training can be argued to have some
self-defense applications, self-defense courses are marketed explicitly as being oriented towards
effectiveness and optimized towards situations as they occur in the real world.