Master Julio Camacho is a Senior Master by the Moy Yat Ving Tsun Martial Intelligence and by the International Moy Yat Ving Tsun Federation, two of the most respected institutions in the world for the transmission and preservation of the Ving Tsun System.
Master Julio Camacho dedicated himself to martial arts for more than 30 years, 28 of those being solely dedicated to the Ving Tsun System. He was part of first group of Qualified Masters from the 11th Generation in Latin America in 2003, and in 2014, the first group of Senior Masters that received the tile in all of Brazil.
Between 2006 and 2012, Master Julio Camacho attended various trips to China, participating in travel committees of the Moy Yat Ving Tsun Internation Federation, representing Brazil and the Moy Yat Sang Clan. The records, research, and interviews of this trip brought a major contribution to the transmission of Ving Tsun in the American Continent.
Master Julio Camacho is the first leader of a Kung Fu Family in Rio de Janeiro to expand his family to more than one location, having a total of four transmission centers directly under his tutelage.
In 2020, Master Julio Camacho moved to Florida, United States, bringing the Kung Fu of the Moy Yat Sang Great Clan, his master’s Kung Fu Family, back to the country.
Having it’s foundation attributed to Yim Ving Tsun, The Ving Tsun System is a chinese system of martial intelligence based on Kung Fu. It is the only martial art in the world that is known to have a woman as founder
The practice of the Ving Tsun System manifests in the body a concept, established by Sun Tzu, of the Feminization of War. More important that inflicting is to perceve the other. More imperative than fighting is to identify the potential of a situation that will allow the victory before the fight.
Through body movements of symbolic combat, the practitioner of Ving Tsun can work on their own human development.
Kung Fu, 功夫 (gōng+fū), is originally a classical chinese concept, even older than the martial art, that has various interpretations.
One of the possible interpretations is that of Intelling Work, where the deliberation of the actions prevail in order to accomplish the desired result, avoiding automatisms.
A second interpretation, according to Professor Ni Peimin, would be that of the time spent in something, and it’s meaning can be extended to represent from the effort put into an activity to the extension of hability, obtained through orientations of adequate means to performing this effort.
Grand Master Leo Imamura was the one who coined the term Martial Intelligence, and whom Patriach Moy Yat solicited the creation of a series of instruments to safeguard the Ving Tsun System in the 21st Century.
Imamura coined the term Martial Intelligence in 2003, offering us a translation of Kung Fu that sustains the idea of Patriach Moy Yat on how to use the brain in daily life. Martial Intelligence means to have the ability to perceive the inherent potential of a situation, condition, or circumstance, allowing what was perceived to be unfolded.