Hi Alex, yes, absolutely! Approximately half of the attendees of the previous events were Wing Chun practitioners, and they benefited significantly from participating.
b) The Prana Dynamics course and curriculum are different from the martial camp.
At the camp, there is considerable focus on learning and training the Nei Gong (exercises) used to develop internal skills (such as sinking the Qi and producing internal power) and partner exercises to apply the internal skills you’re cultivating. Typically in the morning session, students learn and train the Nei Gong, and partner exercises are introduced in the afternoons.
The fastest way for any student to progress effectively and efficiently is to receive hands-on instruction and personal corrections from a master with authentic internal skills. Therefore, attending the martial camp is so beneficial as you get direct access to five masters at one event.
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