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Beverly Hills Courier (July 20, 2012)

For more than 10 years, the Golden Dragon Martial Arts School has been teaching the basics of Kung Fu in Russia, Austria, Spain, China and the U.S. The school came to the Westside this month when the local studio opened at 11677 San Vicente Blvd.

Why should someone practice ancient Kung Fu when the world is filled with modern and fashionable methods of physical development?

Summer Discounts (July 17, 2012)

Only this summer Golden Dragon School offers 4 FREE introductory lessons to traditional Chinese Tai Chi and Kung Fu. You will learn the ancient methods of controlling your breathing, using your energy, and unique ways of developing your body. Practice that is 5 000 years old, cannot not work.

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Interview at the Golden Dragon School in Los Angeles (July 10,2012)

Interview at the Golden Dragon School in Los Angeles 10/7/2012

What approach does Golden Dragon use in teaching martial arts?

Unfortunately, the traditional Chinese approach to training in the modern world does not work. Modern man simply does not want to do what he does not understand, he doesn’t want to be satisfied with a distant prospect of development (that someday he will become aware and will understand) all the while wanting to get everything immediately.

We live in a world of double standards: the first – is objectivity, it’s what we are capable of and what we are capable of having; the second – it’s what we think we are capable of. These are unfortunately completely different things and in today’s society most of the people exercise the second option. The approach to study of martial arts should include a detailed explanation of the basic principles of life. Despite the seemingly high level of education of a modern man, he can quickly understand and realize only the very basic things, so you must give the person an opportunity to feel the simple movement of his body and give him the opportunity to understand how these movement spread to the rest of his life. After all, it is no secret that the human mind and body are closely intertwined. And that which a body can do, the mind can do as well, getting the person closer and closer to the objectivity in perception of self.

 

What approach does Golden Dragon use in teaching martial arts?


Mopreme Shakur soong about our school (June 30, 2012)

We have been friends with Mopreme Shakur since 2011. He wrote a song for our school and here you can see the Video!

Chinese TV about our visit to Weihai

Every year, the students of Golden Dragon visit China. School conducts retreats in the homeland of Kung Fu. This is not a simple visiting trip- seminars of Golden Dragon are exhausting and students exercise for 8 hours a day, starting at 5 am. Golden Dragon has contacts with lots of Chinese masters. When we meet with them we exchange experiences and often meetings with transform into exhibition matches which are covered by local television.
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GOLDEN DRAGON’S CHIN NA FULL LENGTH VIDEO COURSE

videoWhat is Chin Na? A Chinese term describing techniques used in the Chinese martial arts that control or lock an opponent's joints or muscles/tendons so he cannot move, thus neutralizing the opponent's fighting ability.

Learn fast and powerful joint locks to control any opponent. Chin Na is part of almost all Chinese martial styles, and it can be a valuable addition to any other martial system.

Valery Prosvirov with instructors demonstrate useful techniques and applications close up, in slow motion and at regular speed, showing subtle variations for these effective techniques of Chin Na. Easily integrated into any martial style, Chin Na is the root of the more modern grappling arts of Aikido and Hapkido, and it is often trained by military, security and law-enforcement personnel worldwide.

Also you will find great training program which help you improve your body and increase stamina.

If you want to feel safe, you need to know effective and useful technics to stop aggression. Here is Valery collect simple technics which help you in life. It’s easy to use, and if you understand this principles, you can use it in different situations.

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Martial Arts Made Simple. Moscow Times interview. (September 14, 2009)

Moscow Times, Autumn 2006
By Gregory Klemm.
Photo by Vladimir Filonov.

Valery Prosvirov, head instructor, Zolotoi Drakon

Discipline: Kung-Fu

How does kung-fu differ from other martial arts?

Traditional Chinese kung fu is a very complex martial art. There are throwing and hitting techniques, and pressure points and different types of self-regulation like breathing, health practices, and many methods of developing your body.

Why did you start learning kung-fu?

I loved fighting. I was 12 years old, and I loved to fight.

Have you ever had to use kung-fu in real life?