Delves into the world of martial arts, healing and meditation. Focussing on the internal disciplines of different combat systems, this book includes discussions that encompass the arts of China, Japan and India and South East Asia, and provide insights into the life of the Master and their role as healer and spiritual practitioner of their art.
Alex Kozma began his training in a traditional family system of Chinese martial arts at the age of thirteen, and has spent his life to the practice and study of the martial, meditative and healing aspects of the eastern arts. After spending eight years researching the internal arts in Asia he decided to commit himself to practicing under Serge Augier, considering him to having an ability and understanding that is almost lost in present day China. He qualified as a teacher of Bagua, Xingyi and Taijiquan under Serge Augier in 1997, and is also a practitioner of traditional Japanese medicine and a private student of Master Eichi Tanaka, inheritor of the Daiwa ryu healing system of Shitennogi Temple, Osaka. He presently lives in Cambridge, UK and devotes his time to giving free treatments using traditional Oriental healing methods, and sharing his knowledge of the Daoist arts passed to him by Serge Augier.