The US Challenge, an international championship in Wushu, Kung Fu & Taiji was held on October 1st and 2nd 2022. We achieved our challenge goals of sharing joyful experiences and creating friendship bonds. We thank coaches, athletes and supporting parents for coming to this cultural event.
Additionally, the US Challenge was endorsed by the United States of America Wushu Kungfu Federation USAWKF as part of the USAWKF Kung Fu Supplemental Team Trial. Twenty Five Athletes qualified to become a member of the Kung Fu Team.
The next US Challenge event will be held on the 12th and 13th of August, 2023. See more pictures here.
Coach Christopher Pei's QiDu Classes are now open for registration. The QiDu class uses gentle physical movements and meditative techniques to allow you to clear your mind and decrease stress. This class is geared toward those who seek to create positive life changes in a warm, nurturing environment with a group of supportive classmates.
Coach Pei selects movements from a lifetime of experience with Wushu, Taiji, Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine to provide a practice that is simple yet deeply effective. Stories drawn from his life experience across three different cultures help students awaken self awareness. Each class offers something the student can apply directly to their life.
Join this class if you could benefit from learning techniques to help you be calm in the moment and build habits that allow you to access inner tranquility and mental clarity in daily life. Please check this link for more information and registration.
USWA is now open for both Virtual and In-Person classes. All In-Person class attendees are required to have been fully vaccinated from COVID-19.
Please check on our class schedule for details.
English Version This is a rough translation by Google Traslation of the article. Side note: US Wushu Academy translation America Martial Arts Institute. Coach Pei's chinese name is Pei Kang Kai, Joana Pei chinese name is Pei Ying, as translated in the article.
The United States Challenge was held on this past weekend on October 13, 2019. On behalf of everyone from the United States Wushu Academy, we were honored to have Minister Xu Xueyuan from the Embassy of People's Republic of China and Senator Susan Lee from the Maryland State Senate attended the event. The goal of United States Challenge is to promote friendships among different cultures. We thank coaches, athletes and supporting parents for coming to this cultural event.
The United States of America Wushu-Kungfu Federation, Inc. (USAWKF) is hosting its Nationals and International Wushu-Kungfu Championships. It will be held from July 16-18, 2010 in San Jose, California.
Wushu Coaches Help Chinese Students Master Literacy And 'Become A Better Person'
Only actual experience with strong perserverance can improve one's skill level.
Many thanks to the friends I met in this competition. I cherish you.
For the second consecutive year, Coach Pei welcomed in early February over twenty students of Before U Kick, a local Northern Virginia football kicking consulting company, for a two--hour seminar. The Before U Kick training camp and professional school was established by retired professional kickers who offer knowledge and expertise to aspiring football kickers.
in December 2008, Coach Zhang Guifeng led two USWA students to the Second World Junior Wushu Championship in Bali-Vanessa Loza, winner of the gold medal for Broadsword in the first day of the competition in the 12-and-under age group
The 2008 Tiger Claw Elite Championship where held at the Disney Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida, on October 24th & 25th. The U.S. Wuhsu Academy was represented by Emily Hwang and Sandra Mosely in their first Tiger Claw Elite Championships tournament. There were thousands of marital artist from across the country and even from Canada and Puerto Rico. On Friday,
USWA was invited to perform at the Washington Wizards vs. Golden State Warriors game halftime show on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016, in celebration of the Lunar New Year. Our students are photographed above with the Washington Wizards during the National Anthem.
For the past five years US Wushu Academy has played a key role in local community celebrations of the Chinese New Year, focusing in particular on two types of performances.
One is the Lakeforest Mall festivities organized by the Chinese Community Center, in which the Academy is always proud to participate--this performance is done for fun, does not require intense rehearsals, and students enjoy the opportunity to demonstrate their skills. Moreover, the event brings the school considerable publicity.