Huang Ping

Born in Yunnan China, Huang Ping was selected by Yunnan professional Wushu team and began her training at the age of eight under Master Sha Guo Zheng. In 1980 she was chosen to join the National Wushu team in Beijing. In 1994 Huang Ping was invited to Burma to coach the Burma Wushu Team, after a couple of years she returned to China to continue as coach of the Yunnan Wushu Team. Since 2001, Sifu Huang Ping came to the UK and successfully established many classes in North-West London. Master Huang Ping practices both traditional and modern Wushu such as: various forms of Tai Chi, Ba Gua and Wushu Tao Lu.

Huang Ping instructs the following:
  • tai chi : all levels
  • Seemingly slow, soft and flowing, Tai Chi is in fact a traditional Chinese martial art. Its core training involves a sequence of movement that emphasises a straight spine, abdominal breathing and a natural range of motion, and the technique of 'pushing hands' (tui shou) for more practical applications.

    Tai Chi is accessible to a wide range of people thanks to its elegant form, structured to take the practitioner from simpler movements into more complex ones step-by-step, through repetition. Designed for fighting and self-defence, it is also simply a great way to cultivate both physical fitness and calm focus.