History of Ip Sun
Ip Sun, an internal martial art much like Tai Chi, was developed by Buddhist monks living at
the Dae-yeon Sa Temple located in the Korean mountains. The martial art is a moving meditation that develops self-awareness,
confidence, and inner-strength while emphasizing techniques that improve balance, coordination, concentration, and self-defense.
Ip Sun fundamentals include breath control, awareness, and fluidity of motion. Brought to the United States in 1981 by Grandmaster
Wonik Yi, Ip Sun training was included as an integral part of the Tukong Moosul system. Ip Sun form training covers three
basic elements: spiritual philosophy, physical application, and energy flow.