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How Kung Fu Works

One of the core principles behind Kung Fu fighting is the theory of “Yin” & “Yang”, which represents the two opposite but mutually existing elements of the universe. “Yin” can be symbolized as the feminine, negative, or recessive characteristics. “Yang” can be signified as masculine, positive, or forceful characteristics. Both “Yin” and “Yang” are in a constant state of flux, always moving and changing.

In “KUNG FU” brand, we do incorporate this extremely important theory and principle from the world of nature and balance. Only when there is equilibrium between these two forces can there be harmony and vibrant health.

Even KUNG FU Master Bruce Lee, truly understands the importance of “Yin” and “Yang” and investigated it thoroughly. When he was sent away by YIP MAN (his KUNG FU Master) to think through his past KUNG FU journey, he compared the principle of KUNG FU to the nature of water when he was walking by a river. He realized that KUNG FU should be like water – “Being formless & shapeless like water” as he felt that the conventional martial art techniques was too rigid and formalistic to be practical in the scenarios of real fighting. This idea focuses on the principle that even the softest & shapeless water can erode the toughest mountain, stating that gentleness can overcome strength. This philosophy allows his KUNG FU to exist outside of conventional parameters and limitations.

Our KUNG FU products practice the same philosophy of “Yin” and “Yang”, to alleviate our body’s distress and restore the dynamic equilibrium of “Yin” and “Yang”, therefore optimizing the natural, holistic healing process of our body and its systems, resulting in overall good health conditions.