Philippe Munn has practiced fighting arts and Japanese and Chinese health exercises for more then 40 years.
In his early training years, he has intensively practiced several styles of karate-jutsu which he graduated with varying degrees of black belts. He currently studies Chinese martial arts such as dachengquan (yiquan), taijiquan, xingyiquan as well as other styles of wushu (Chinese martial arts), disciplines which he has taught for several years.
He is the disciple of grand master Guo Guizhi (郭贵志) of the dachengquan (yiquan) school of Chinese martial arts and the initiator of the Guoshi Dachengquan Canada group.
Master Guo Guizhi was the disciple of Master Yu Yongnian and master Yao Zongxun for many years. He also studied briefly directly under grand Master Wang Xiangzhai, the founder of dachengquan (yiquan).
He also studied chen style taijiquan practical method under master Chen Zhonghua. Master Chen Zhonghua was the disciple of Master Hong junsheng, himself one the major disciple of grand Master Chen Fake. Master Chen Zhonghua was also the disciple of Master Feng Zhiqiang.
He was also the student of master Tokitsu Kenji founder of the jiseido tokitsu-ryu school whom Philippe calls one of his greatest influence in his practice of the budo. Master Tokitsu Kenji is a very renowned martial artist and author who has studied various methods before creating his own school of martial arts.
Moved by the desire to share and communicate his experience and knowledge, Philippe Munn teaches the martial arts as well as the Japanese and Chinese health techniques via specialized training courses and seminars.
More information is available on the website of his Munndialarts school.