Wushu Taolu

Wushu means martial arts in Chinese. It is commonly referred to as Kung Fu and is comprised of many different styles. Wushu taolu concentrates on routines of movements with and without weapons that represent skills traditionally associated with combat and self defense.
At WACW, our primary focus is on contemporary wushu which is practised as a sport for health and competition. It is an extremely dynamic performance sport that requires athletes to be agile, powerful and precise. Contemporary wushu is breathtaking to watch and a set performance of Wushu is a popular item of request for function and event planners looking for something energetic and cultural.

Taolu also include competitive Taiji which requires a supreme level of stability and strength. This form of Taiji is often practised by young athletes seeking to excel in the graceful representation of the art.