FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 12th, 2014
New experience for Mangalorean, Tai-Chi Class Launching
As the beautiful art sport, not for fighting, by coaching from Japanese Mangalorean
Mangalore, Karnataka state, India: Tai-Chi class conducting by Japanese Mangalorean Ms.Haruka Ito launched on January 12th, 2014.
In the ancient time, Tai-Chi is one of the variation of Wushu(Chinese martial arts), was the ultimate martial arts developed in China. Now, Tai-Chi has been spreading the whole world, not only for the combat martial arts, it has become one great rich culture as the exhibition sport & fitness exercise with huge health benefit also.
The coach Ms.Haruka Ito is from Japan, stay in Mangalore, Karnataka state in India from February 2012. She was a Wushu Taolu player in Japan for 20 years, has experiences of teaching for 10 years in Japan. She was Gold Medalist at All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Championship, All Japan Wushu Taijiquan Tournament and Hong Kong International Wushu Festival etc. She would like to dedicate to teaching and developing Wushu in India.
The Tai-Chi class which opened this time is conducted by Haruka Wushu Culture Institute(HWCI) as the practicing routine set(form), for fitness exercise and enjoy the benefit of Tai-Chi. Any age any people can join to practice in Tai-Chi society, it is slow motion exercise with huge health benefits.
Haruka Ito comments:”I love beautiful art, not fighting. I was a competitive performance player of Wushu in Japan, not combat player. Practicing routine performance is really fun, I learned many importance in the human’s life from Wushu. I want to share this joy with any Mangalorean, particularly girls & ladies also. The majority population of Tai-Chi society in the world is women.”
Haruka Ito is planning to open class for young children, as “Kids Kung-Fu class”, it will start also in Mangalore before long. Wushu practice is very effective to develop the strength of children, and children can set their aim for the exhibition tournament also. Haruka Ito wants to share the joy of any benefits through Wushu practice, including to publish Taolu(Exhibition Form Player) for the competitions.
“The achievement at competitions is not the all, just a part of our life. But participating competition with sincere modesty mind always teach us keeping to efforts is really important for all activities in our life. Wushu teach me the LIFE itself”, Ito says.
About Haruka Ito: Chinese Wushu(Martial Arts) Performer and Wushu Coach
The Gold Medalist of Hong Kong International Wushu Festival in 2005/2007-2009.
Reference about Wushu: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wushu_(sport)
Ms.Haruka Ito, Director at AINA Business Promotions Pvt Ltd.