The use of sharp edged weapons is an intrinsic part of human evolution and its struggle for survival. It has generated a fascination that has remained with us in modern times.
In the Orient, following the “Way of the Sword” not only gave an individual status, but also offered an existence of increased self-discipline and control. It also gave the individual an understanding of life resulting from the daily interactions with dangerous situations. An integral part of the Pakua knowledge, the study of Traditional Ancient Chinese Weapons is a way of forming the person’s Internal Warrior, developing inner strength while physically strengthening the body.
Discipline, self-confidence and courage are just some of the many benefits derived from studying combat with edged weapons. Working with swords enhances precision, depth perception and coordination. Studying the way of the ancient warrior remains essential for us today. Through this study we develop faster reflexes and courage to overcome our day-to-day battles, thus facing the world as leaders who can overcome difficulties with strength and determination.
THE BENEFITS OF THE PRACTICE:
- Develops perception and reasoning speed
- Better coordination and body control
- Increased discipline and concentration
- Overcoming own fears
- Positive impact on the formation of personality