William C. C. Chen – Master Scrima started learning from Grandmaster William C.C. Chen in 1983, studying Yang Style Tai Chi as transmitted by the renowned Zheng Manqing. Master Scrima learned the 60 Movement Tai Chi Form, Tai Chi Sword, Push Hands and Boxing.
Leung Shum – Master Scrima started learning from Grandmaster Leung Shum in 1984, studying Northern Eagle Claw Kung Fu, Classical Chinese Weapons, Qin Na; and Wu Style Tai Chi Slow Form, Fast Form, Tai Chi Weapons, and Push Hands.
Di Guoyong – Master Scrima invited Grandmaster Di Guoyong from Beijing to his school in Florida. He has been back regularly since 2004 for extended training periods. Master Scrima has learned Xing Yi Quan, Bagua Zhang and Nei Gong from Master Di over this span.
Cam Hung Marr – Master Scrima was introduced to Grandmaster Marr by Alex Kwok in 1986. A senior practitioner of Mizong Luohan Kung Fu, he had recently moved from Hong Kong to Toronto. Master Scrima trained with him at his school in Ohio and also in Toronto for many years.
Tao Bingxiang -Master Scrima was introduced to Grandmaster Tao Bingxiang by William Chen in 1987, learning Yang Style Tai Chi, Push Hands, Ta Lu, Tai Chi Partner Form, Xing Yi Sword Fencing, and Liu He Ba Fa from him for many years. Sadly, he passed away in 2006.
Alex Kwok – Master Alex Kwok has been one of Master Scrima’s most influential teachers since 1984, providing him with a solid foundation and understanding of the Mizong Luohan system of Kung Fu. Master Scrima learned many hand and weapons forms as well as fighting skills from Master Kwok.
Tony Yang – Master Scrima first met Grandmaster Tony Yang in Ohio in the 1980’s but did not start learning from him until the early 1990’s. He studied Baji, Yin Style Bagua and Praying Mantis from Master Yang. They have also promoted several tournaments together.
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