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Sometimes our mind sets very narrow limits on our physical abilities. Our bootcamp program is designed to challenge your body and expand your mental restrictions. Our groups are small so everyone in the group gets personal attention. We enroll advanced athletes who want to improve their current shape as well as the beginners who want to just start a healthy lifestyle. Training intensity differs according to your fitness level: that means you regulate performance input but for the best results you accomplish as much as you can.
We are proud to report that Fight Choreography Seminar which took place on December 8, 2013 got a huge success. We all had a great time with great Martial Artists. The attendees enriched their Martial Arts experience and received key knowledge on fighting in front of the camera. Seminar agenda was full of interesting workouts led by Cynthia and Valery.
At Golden Dragon Dmitry Prosvirov was my instructor for four years - a year as a group instructor and then I had three years of personal trainings with him. The reason why it was Dmitry who I asked to train me individually was not because he had already been my instructor for a year but because he was the best teacher and trainer I'd ever had. The best because he accumulates all personal and professional qualities needed for being a kung-fu instructor.
The main thing about Dmitry is that he's right in his place. He loves kung-fu, it's his life and he's really keen to tell the world about this martial art, and not only tell but also show and teach. He's deeply and absolutely convinced that kung-fu as a way to health and healthy lifestyle helps people enjoy better lives and be happier. Having practiced kung-fu for more than four years now, I can say that it is really so. Dmitry has shown me this way by his own example and virtue. When you know that you're doing something very important you become best in your profession. This is just about him.
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My daughter Sofia Pigina, 15 y.o. has been attending trainings at children section of Golden Dragon School in Moscow since 2008. The leader of the section Dmitry Prosvirov trained Sofia personally for 3 years. Dmitry manages training process professionally, involving game methods which helped to achieve success in relating and engagement of kids.
A very long time ago, one great master said: do not be late to walk up the path of warrior. What does it mean for us, people living five centuries later?
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On June 29, 2013 so long-awaited lecture about Qiqong took place at our school.
The lecture was held after a full workout where everyone had an opportunity to practice Qiqong and improve his health via the ancient Qiqong complex called Ba Duan Jin or Eight Pieces of Brocade (translation from Chinese). Practical part of the event was completed by joint workout which is traditionally followed by Qiqong complex.
The lecture has started with the history of Ba Dua Jin origin. Then the peculiarities of carrying out each one of eight exercises of Qiqong complex were explained and shown once more as well as its influence on certain internal organ or group of organs in human body.
After lecture everyone had an ability to ask a question and to get a detailed and complete answer on it.
The time of the lecture has been coincided with one more significant event in our school - massage room opening. That is why among our guests was high-qualified specialist with over then 30 years of experience and also a remarkable personality - our massage therapist - Mark.
Mark was introduced to the auditory as well as types of massage he is specialized on. These types are
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This article is dedicated to simply describe the interaction between the emotions and the internal organs according to the principles of Chinese medicine. You will know why you need to regulate the emotional sphere and how internal organs can be affected by your emotions.
In everyday life, we sometimes use body idioms such as "a heart filled by joy," or "butterflies in one's stomach" or "get it off your chest". These expressions were not invented without reason. According to Chinese medicine, each emotion corresponds to specific internal organs. For example: anxiety is in the stomach, which is why students cannot eat anything before an exam or a test. They do not have any appetite at all, and there is a huge concern about the outcome of the examination or test. Due to this reason, some students get gastritis during their education.
Other emotion-organ correspondence:
- Anger is in the liver. People who often become angry have liver disease, fatty hepatosis, liver dystrophy, cholecystitis.
- Fear is in the kidneys and bladder, if a person is suddenly frightened, the kidneys respond by causing urination.
- Sorrow is in the lungs. Sometimes when a person is very sad or upset, his breathing cycles are disordered, you can hear deep breaths with long pauses.
- Sadness disrupts the normal activity of the lungs.
- Joy is in the heart, the only positive emotion which corresponds to the heart. But excessive joy can lead to a heart attack.
On May 4, 2013 USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame held the award ceremony of nominees in various categories of merit. With five hundred guests including celebrities attended the event. Cynthia Rothrock, Frank Dux, Bill Superfoot Wallace, Eric Lee, Samuel Kwok, Allen Woodman, Robert Castro.