Meet our Presenters
Sifu Mrazek began his study of Kung Fu in Saskatchewan, Canada several years ago under Master Lee Chi Wai. In his more than twenty-five years martial arts experience, his work has been integral to promoting Chinese martial arts and culture in Canada.
Sifu Mrazek has degrees in education, music performance as well as advanced studies in massage therapy, chiropractic medicine and a deep interest in Chinese medicine. A Naturopathic Medicine physician, he currently practices in Regina Canada.
Canadian Chinese Kuo Shu Federation: Vice-President, Provincial Representative
Chung Wah Kung Fu International System: Instructor
Chung Wah Kung Fu Centre, Regina, Saskatchewan; President, Chief Instructor
Songshan Shaolin Warrior Monk Training Program (Canada), Instructor
Principal disciple under Chung Wah Kung Fu System founder, Master Lee Chi Wai.
32nd generation Shaolin Warrior Monk layperson disciple.
Styles: Several styles of internal and external Chinese martial arts, with a focus in Praying Mantis and Northern Shaolin Kung Fu. His traditional training includes a wide range of qigong for health and martial arts. Sifu Mrazek also has a keen interest in the art of traditional Lion Dancing.
Competition: Nationally certified tournament official. Competition experience is extensive, winning multiple gold medals in hand forms, weapons and sparring and other divisions. Keynote include the following:
Canadian Martial Arts Games, Ottawa Canada, 2000: As a testament to the quality of his teacher and the diversity of his own training, he won six gold and one silver medals in weapons, pushing hands, sparring, weapon sparring, long range and internal style combat. 2000
International Martial Arts Games (IMGC) Pyongyang, DPRK (North Korea), 2004: Canadian Kung Fu Team member, he accompanied his Master to the much anticipated first inaugural IMGC Games. Silver medals: Hand Forms and Special Weaponry, and received an Excellence Award for Outstanding Demonstration Sport Performance and precious traditional ceramic ware for his role with Master Lee in weapons free-sparring. Shown as a demonstration sport, this was the first time the international martial arts community witnessed the full contact fighting formats developed by Master Lee and his colleagues in Canada