|Name Helen Wu|
|Style Qigong, T'ai chi, Flying Rainbow Fan, Xing Yi, Baguazhang, Northern Shao-Lin Kungfu|
A CURA PELO CHI KUNG - PARTE 2 - ENTREVISTA COM MESTRA HELEN WU
Helen Wu (born 1956) is a martial artist living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The daughter of Wang Ju-Rong and Wu Chengde, Helen began her martial arts training at age three with her mother and her grandfather Wang Zi-Ping, the world-renowned Wushu Grandmaster.
- A CURA PELO CHI KUNG PARTE 2 ENTREVISTA COM MESTRA HELEN WU
- Helen wu skate fun competition
- Education and research
- Professional accomplishments
Helen wu skate fun competition
Education and research
After graduation from Shanghai University, Wu began teaching in the department of Sports Medicine.
Wu now lives and teaches in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where she served on the board of the Canadian Taijiquan Federation and United Wushu Federation of Canada. She is a faculty member with the York University School of Kinesiology and Health Science.
Wu has acted as a consultant on several studies on the benefits of Chi-Kung:
Wu is an accomplished wushu coach: her training methods have produced medal-winning athletes.
Wu co-authored with Wen-Ching Wu Tai Chi Single Fan for Health and Martial Arts and Chi-Kung, Tai Chi and Fan: A Step by Step Training Course for Wellness and Personal Development. There were used as a text for her courses at York University.
Wu has also published articles for martial arts magazines: Flying Rainbow: The Fan of Martial Arts co-authored with Marsha Zeust for Kungfu Magazine (1999) and A Fan for Life for Inside Kung-fu magazine (2007).