Valeriy Nikolaevich Prosvirov was born on October 18, 1966. He started to study martial arts in 1978, at the age of 12, learning Sambo and Kyokushinkai Karate.
In the summer of 1979, Valeriy began training as a private student of Khan Din Van, a master of Chinese Kung Fu. He had been trained by him until September, 1985. Master Khan was a specialist in Hung Gar style and Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan. Valeriy studied both of these subjects at the same time. The training was conducted in a traditional manner, 5-6 hours a day, regardless of school or work. By the end of 1984, Valeriy has started to teach classes independently, at Master Khan’s insistence.
Master Khan Din Van died in 1985 at the age of 84. From 1984 to 1986, Valeriy had worked for various companies and taught martial arts in his out-of-duty time.
Born in 1972.
Did not have any contact with martial arts until the age of 30, if you don’t count the numerous books about qi gong and karate. I would open them and would say -Wow! Cool! I also want to do this! – then would put them away for an indefinite amount of time. Once I even attended the Tzusemon karate training, but that didn’t spur enough enthusiasm not in me, nor in the instructor.
But during another time, I came across a school of traditional martial arts what is today known as Golden Dragon. I don’t think I can really tell you what I heard there at first or what I saw – it remains a mystery even for me. But I didn’t attend just the first or the second or the tenth training, I started regularly going and practicing martial arts.
Today, I am the instructor of the main group of internal family of kung fu, a mini- group of the internal family, and also I do one to one individual training.
Born in 1987.
At the age of 16 showed interest in martial arts and started attending the general groups of external family of kung fu. Years passed, and the training was boring and tedious, almost always difficult. The progress was very slow, sometimes being nonexistent. Nevertheless, 5 years later I have achieved a certain degree of accomplishment. Somewhere between doing push-ups and implementation of technique, I do not remember exactly, I realized that I wanted to teach professionally. After receiving permission from the head coach I became an instructor.
Now I’m getting university degree in philosophy. For me, philosophy and martial arts - are ways of understanding and changing yourself. And I hope, by changing myself, I can help other people who also want to find themselves. I believe that everyone should strive for self-control and not to forget the hard work, then the results in any case will not keep you waiting. At the moment I'm an instructor for a mini group of external family plus I teach individually.
After the first training I had no idea just how much my life would change. Time went on, and so did my training and I understood that I want to dedicate my whole life to traditional Chinese martial arts. Even though, sometimes the training seemed impossible, I never really doubted my choice.
I think that every person needs to be healthy physically and spiritually. Martial arts pave the way for it. The only thing required from you is patience and in a short period of time you will start looking at things differently.
At present time, host the main group of external family of kung fu, along with that, host individual training sessions.
My acquaintance with the world of martial arts has begun more than a decade ago, but at that time I could not even imagine just how much that would become a part of my life.
During one of my then ball-room dancing practices I, completely by accident, witnessed the demonstration of wu-shu and, right from the start, became completely obsessed with it.
The first lesson revealed that martial arts – is not only beautiful but is also very difficult and, at times, even painful! Ironically, it didn’t scare me, but, on the contrary, increased my desire to work on myself, grow, become healthier both spiritually and physically, and show others that there is such a Path. Therefore, having graduated from Pedagogical University, I began working with children.
Even now, the daily exercises did not become a routine, but have rather turned into a new way of life. And, as you all know, doing things you love –is one of the greatest joys in life.
1999-2002 - Medical School.
2001-2002 - Courses of general and therapeutic massage.
2002-2003 - Work in intensive care in city clinical hospital №79.
2004-2005 - A course of rehabilitation massage.
2011 - A doctor. Graduated RSMU class of 2011.
Each of us wants to live happy, but this is no easy task, because you need each day to pay due attention to your body: eat right, to lead a healthy lifestyle, strengthen your body. After all, it is no secret that the movement - is a life! But in the modern world, the shortage of time, chronic fatigue nullify all our good beginnings. We need for a relaxation, distraction from the daily hustle and bustle and endless stress.
The most enjoyable way to pay attention to your body - this massage. You have come to relax, and then everything will make a qualified massage therapist. For example, a head massage relaxes the body, relieves the brain from violent thoughts and emotions.
Positive emotions have a positive impact on the functioning of our organs, according to Eastern medicine in humans there are 7 emotions. For example, the fear damage the kidneys, the liver accumulates anger, sadness - in the lungs, etc. Massage promotes balance of the emotional sphere and as a consequence - improves the function of internal organs. And if the internal organs and systems are working properly, the body ceases to ache, chronic fatigue disappears, life appears more joyful and happy moments - it's prolong life and improves its quality. And we will live happily ever after!
I'm practice chinese massage, diagnosis and leading individual wellness sessions
Born on September 23 1971, in suburbs of Moscow. First contact with martial arts was in childhood – studied in judo section. Wanted to learn how to protect myself and my friends. In judo I achieved first success on a way of martial arts – won first places in championships and was in Moscow judo team. However, I had to leave classes due to illness.
Studied table tennis for about a year, which helped develop reaction and speed. In 8th grade tried to practice boxing, but realize that it was not my way.
Since 1989 began to studying Taekwondo WTF. In 1991 took third place in the Russian championship, was in the Moscow team, and later in Russian National team. Was in the training camps abroad.
In 1994 retired and started to study a melee fight Systema Kadochnikova.
In 2002 met Valery Prosvirov and since then has been practicing kung fu in the school of traditional Chinese martial arts "Golden Dragon".
At present time, host the main group of internal family of kung fu, along with that, host individual training sessions
Kirill Nesterenkov started his martial arts training in"The Golden Dragon" school in 2003, he trained simultaneously in External (Hung Gar) and Internal (Tai Chi Chuan Yan) systems of traditional Kung Fu.
Kirill started his training as a professional instructor in 2007, in this year he also began to aid Valery Prosvirov in his teaching in mini groups. In 2008 he received from Valery Prosvirov a permit for professional teaching of Internal and External Family styles. He also took part in Kung Fu seminars of "The Golden Dragon" school.
From 2008 Nesterenkov Kirill lives in Vienna Austria giving lessons of Tai Chi Chuan Yan and Hung Gar styles.
Contact information: Wien 1010, telephone: 069911138865.
Martial Arts and Chinese culture attracted me since childhood, so this is not surprise that kungfu is an main part of my life.
Exercising for a long time and knowing yourself, suddenly you notice that what used to be clear, it becomes clear, and life ceases to be unsolvable puzzle, the difficulty in which people blame anything but themselves.
I have a great desire to give children the most important thing in life - health - something from which depends the happiness, opportunity and success in their life. It just so happened that kungfu is the best way. And if I help someone change themselves for the better, so my energy well spent.