Dallas area: 1201 International Parkway, Suite 200, Richardson, TX 75081
Houston area: 3080 Northpark Drive, Kingwood, TX 77339
wuzhongj@hebeiwushu.com · tel. (469) 774-1618
Hebei Chinese Martial Arts Institute
Sifu Wuzhong Jia

· Wu Shu - Kung Fu (Gong Fu) · Shaolin (long fist) · Tai Chi (Taiji: Chen, Yang, Wu, Wu/Hao, Sun, taolu) ·
· Chi Kung (Qigong: medical, longevity, Taoist, Shaolin Yijinjing, Ba Duan Jin, Wild Goose) ·
· Ba Gua (Pa Kua: Cheng, Liang, Yin) · Xing Yi (Hsing-I: 5 elements, 12 animals) · Push-Hands ·
· Sanshou (Sanda) · Weapons (straight sword, broad sword, staff, spear, sabre, whip, fan, Guan Dao) ·




Tai Chi has been practiced in China for centuries as a martial art, as exercise, and as a means of improving the flow of inter

Stephen (Steve) Stovall

 

Background.

 

Mr. Steve Stovall began Martial Arts training in Taekwondo at the Texas Karate Institute on Garland Road, in Dallas, Texas in 1974. He later trained his two sons and continued to practice until he met Master Jia at the White Rock YMCA in 2002. Two years later, joined Master Jia’s Hebei Chinese Martial Arts Institute in Richardson, Texas.

 

Awards/Special Achievements

 

Mr. Stovall has entered several Kung Fu Tournaments while practicing with Master Jia. He was awarded 10 medals at the 2006 International Chicago Wushu-Gong Fu Tournament, USAWKF National Championship, including his first gold medal for Push Hands. He received another four medals in the expert division at the 10th Annual Tai Ji Legacy in Dallas in 2007. In 2009 and 2011, Steve won the gold in the expert division in the Push Hands sparring competition at The Legends of Kung Fu in Dallas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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