Kung Fu Rise
A Self-Defense & Self-Care Program that imprints habit-forming principles developed and taught for women by women; called Kung Fu Rise. Kung Fu Rise offers a unique perspective on self-defense in addition to female wellness dynamics and generational mentorship.
A Few Topics Explored
- 90 Martial defense
- Street smarts
- Female QE Yoga Qigong
- Fan & Nunchaku Basics
- Everything is a weapon
- Explore safe spaces
- Know your strengths
- Dress for defense
In a competitive environment where power is mistaken as strength and comparisons are frequently made. Possessing a neutral attitude can open the door toward self – confidence and self and self-improvement. Uncover your inherent ability by beginning your practice by being mindful of your ability, strengths, and limitations.
Learn how to use your shoes, bag, jacket, and other personal items as “weapons” to extend the reach of your power. The fan and nunchaku are used in an amusing way to investigate this.
Stretching, activating meridians, tapping acupoints, massaging external tissue and internal organs, being mindful of your breath and thoughts, engaging the left and right sides of your brain, and memory stimulation are all ways to discover and connect to your female wellness dynamic.
INTRODUCING QE YOGA
QE Yoga is incredibly unusual. It is tailored to women’s needs and enables active participation in self-care and regeneration. Women can learn about the changes in their bodies, minds, and emotions through QE Yoga techniques, and they can also understand how to deal with these changes as they arise. QE Yoga is also excellent for interventions that are preventive, restorative, and rehabilitative.
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Amanda Lan is a mom, and businesswoman, who has over 30 years of kung fu experience, including Shaolin martial arts, Sanda fighting, street fighting, Qigong, Tai Chi, Chinese dance, culture, and international instructor training. She is the creator of Kung Fu Rise, a self-defense and self-care program developed by women for women that imprints habit-forming principles. In addition, Kung Fu Rise offers a unique perspective on self-defense, female wellness dynamics, and generational mentorship. Although much of Amanda’s work focuses on martial arts for combat, she has also locally offered Health Qigong, QE Yoga Qigong, and Chinese dance programs. Women are taking action individually and collectively to heal the world, their families, and their communities. For some, this is accepting the effects of abuse, while for others, it means facing the clever methods by which a family or cultural system imposes its will on women. In order to develop a sense of grounding, strength, and resilience as well as compassion for oneself and others, Amanda Lan explores how women can re-establish a connection with their own bodies and the life force within.