Wushu is a Chinese term referring to all martial arts styles. Sanshou means the flexible application of martial skills. Dao refers to the way, the means, or the approach. Therefore, Wushu Sanshou Dao means "the way of the applying martial skills".
Wushu Sanshou Dao (under the regiment of the International Wushu Sanshou Dao Association) draws from the vast of knowledge in Chinese Wushu, but is by no means limited to Chinese Wushu. All viable skills and knowledge from other recognized non-Chinese Wushu such as Japanese Wushu(i.e., Karate), Korean Wushu(i.e., Tae Kwan Do) and many other martial arts styles have been, and will continue to be incorporated into the Wushu Sanshou Dao system.
The training contents of Wushu Sanshou Dao consists of six major components: free sparring techniques, take down and ground fighting techniques, Taiji Push Hands techniques, Qin Na and pressure point attack, internal energy(Qigong) training, and martial art routine training.
These six major components are not meant to be trained and applied separately. Instead, they should be integrated into a seamless web of skills which are versatile for dealing with different circumstances that may arise in real combat. The ultimate goal of Wushu Sanshou Dao is to nurture and develop the complete martial artist-one who is skilled in long and short range fighting, capable of using internal and physical strength, and is morally righteous with an absolute control over one's own mind and body.
Sanshou training is integrated into Wushu class, and students are required to train in Wushu class along with Sanshou. Like Wushu class, Sanshou is ongoing throughout the year allowing students to join at any time and pause or pursue their training as their personal schedules allow.
This class is taught simultaneously to students grouped by ability, decided at the discretion of Grandmaster Liang or any of the instructors at hand. There are 3 main groups reflecting Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced students - the style, level, and difficulty of training will be based on students' current ability.