Invisible Master Kung Fu - Instructors
Master Marko Vesse
Founder and Kung Fu Master Instructor.
His art features extremely fast and relaxed movements which generate exceptional power. It is now widely recognised for its creative and unpredictable style of fighting. There are no sport versions - it is for real life combat.
Marko has also developed the 'Invisible Master' concept of accelerated learning which make it possible for students to reach a high level of achievement much sooner than traditional approaches to training.
Marko Vesse was born into a family of fighters. His father and two older brothers were professional boxers with golden gloves and a European championship under their belt.
However, when he was a young teenager he saw Chinese martial arts demonstrated and instantly realised he had found his life's path. He studied under a number of Chinese Sifus and Masters and later realised he could improve on what he had been taught.
Master Vesse has had continuous success applying his martial arts concepts which he calls Pentagenics, to elite sporting bodies such as the Penrith Panthers Rugby League, Sydney Uni Rugby Union, Manly Cricket Club and the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
In 2006 Master Vesse had the opportunity to test his skills against some Masters and National Champions of different styles in mainland China. He was so successful that he was featured in newspapers and on national television. He also came first in a test of strength open to all martial artists.
Marko Vesse was invited back to China by some of these same Tai Chi Masters, including a Tai Chi National Champions. Marko accepted their invitation and has returned for a month of study with Master Wong. His experiences was fetured in the Blitz Martial arts magazine.
Near the end of his visit to China, Master Wong surprised Marko by announcing to a gathering of family that he was adopting him into his own family as an elder son and told them that he was now considered a member of the family’s martial arts lineage.
“Master Wong said, ‘Many students can achieve a master’s degree in university, but very few can be a master of martial arts.’”
Master Marko Vesse credits his success to all the masters he has studied with and the diverse clients and students that he has taught throughout his career.
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