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Why Sifu Sergio opened the IWKA Taiji division

Some people have asked me why I opened the IWKA Taiji division and not stick with Just the IWKA Wing Tjun, it's because it provides a different flavor with different benefits attracting a different type of people, and because of the simple fact that after studying so many lineages of Wing Chun and finding the roots and ancestor systems of Fujian White Crane and Emei I want to keep the division clear in my association to what is Wing Chun and what is Taiji.

The IWKA Wing Tjun system consists of forms and concepts of diverse Wing Chun lineages that complement each other and form a great authentic curriculum, to give one example if we teach the Luk Dim Poon Kwan we make sure it's the unaltered form of Tang Yick which according to my research represents the oldest and most original and effective Luk Dim Poon Kwan form out there

So there is no mixing going on just different parts of different lineages at different points in the curriculum of the IWKA Wing Tjun system

For IWKA Taiji we focus mainly on the Huang System and old Yang Style which also complement each other perfectly and there the same thing applies no mixing going on just that they are provided at different points in the curriculum of IWKA Taiji.

It's my goal with the IWKA Wing Tjun system as well as the IWKA Taiji system to preserve the ancient traditional lineages and knowledge as good as possible.

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Why Sifu Sergio opened the IWKA Taiji division