Corporate/Groups

Corporate events, services and programs

With more than 20 years experience in Chinese Martial Arts and Traditional East Asian Medicine, Sifu Marc Webster can provide a unique experience for all levels of interest, business, or development. Whether it is team building, sports performance, improving the health and safety of staff, education, self defence, or private tuition, Marc and his team can provide a very wide range of services and programmes to suit. Marc has his own very successful Acupuncture and Natural Therapies Clinic, and a Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Qigong school.

Marc will hold local corporate events as well as travelling to locations nationally and internationally. He travelled to Thailand at the invitation of the Bangkok Marriott Resort and Spa to provide classes and education for the guests and team building programmes for the staff. This went for 8 days over the Chinese New Year Period for 2008.

Marc ustilises his knowledge of the philosophies and practices of Traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine, Southern Preying Mantis Kung Fu, Yang Style Tai Chi, and Martial Qigong. These arts have a 5,000 year history and originated in one of the most advanced cultures of its time. In Asia, health, longevity, morality, ethics, etiquette, and following the natural way of living have always been interwoven with their lifestyle. Marc now applies these ideas in modern times, and in many different and exciting ways.

We can also provide instructors and assistants from martial arts and traditional East Asia medical backgrounds where required. Some of what our team can deliver to you is listed below.

Vision and Breathing.

In 2010 and 2011 Sifu Marc spent time with the optometrists at Harmony Vision Care to bring another facet into the extraordinary work they do with peoples eyesight problems. He introduced both Chinese and Indian theories and practical techniques on breathing. Paul and Meredith, and their team are more about the wholistic care of their clients vision, and Sifu was able to provide the depth of understanding that they were looking to add to their already comprehensive program.

 

SomersetcollegeSomerset College - 2011 : The MCKFA began a relationship with Somerset College as a part of their General Exercise classes for students on Friday afternoons. We provided instructors to introduce students to the importance of taking care of their health via warm ups and how Kung Fu can be used not only for protection, but for self esteem, boosting morality, ethics, and etiquette. The students learned better focus and discipline, gained increased cardio-respiratory health, self confidence, and tolerance. We continue to work with the staff of the college providing instruction for the students in Southern Preying Mantis Kung Fu, and basic Bagua Zhang and Xing Yi Quan. Sifu Marc also spent two days with the Tennis Camp students. Here is what the coach had to say - "Thank you for taking time out to teach the athletes new styles and methods of training.

 

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In 2011 Sifu Marc also taught a term of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan to some of the staff at the Ashmore campus of the Gold Coast Institute of TAFE.
We have also provided Chinese Lion dancing for their International students at the Southport Campus.

Some of the other companies we have provided services for are listed below.

 

Sifu Marc Webster

Marc Webster is an Ausport Accredited Coach (3382060 ) and a member of the Australian Kung Fu and Wushu Federation -
(KQF Membership 4005). He has been directly affiliated with 9th Degree Grandmaster Henry Sue since 1993. Marc currently holds a 5th Degree Red Sash in the Southern Tong Long Kung Fu system. He has been training in Yang Style Tai Chi for 10 years  and Chen style Tai Chi for the last year with Grandmaster Sue, as well as studying and training in various Qigong systems since 1993.

Marc has studied Traditional Japanese and Chinese acupuncture, moxibustion, Chinese herbal medicine, Sotai Therapy, and Zen Shaitsu for more than 20 years. He has attained a Masters of Acupuncture through the University of Western Sydney in 2006.