Martial Art Styles
Multiple Styles & Training Approaches to Fit Your Needs
Styles, Days, Times
Styles on offer
SHAOLIN KUNG FU CLASSESs)
Shaolin Kung Fu Wushu is a high impact training. Work up a sweat, burn fat. Includes Sanda as part of the Shaolin Kung Fu program. Shaolin, kung fu or wushu is renowned for its Shaolin monks, animal styles and weapons. A practical system for close and distant combat and a comprehensive foundation system. Movements imitate animal postures, implementation of Qigong and weaponry demonstrates various skills and levels. Ground Techniques are utilized in higher levels to empower the student with a better understanding for the art of self defence. Familiar persons Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Sumo Hung, Chow Yun Fat, Michelle Yeoh, Zi Yi Zhang (crouching tiger hidden dragon) to name a few.
TAI CHI CLASSES
Tai Chi/Taiji Quan (absolute/perfect balance of yin,yang) allows for a logical use in relation to everyday movement, awareness, interaction and mental balance. The study of “stillness in motion” or “keep in one”. Exercising both body and mind to achieve balance and wholeness. Physical movement emphasise expansion and contraction of organs, muscle, sinew, ligaments and tendons facilitating massage, strength, flexibility, circulation and muscle realignment to the skeletal structure. A known reliever and curer of such infliction’s as arthritis, stress, high blood pressure and tuberculosis to name but a few.
WING CHUN CLASSES
Wing Chun is a system made famous by the boat people. All movements are as if one is fighting in a confined space. “Peng Nan Foshan Shaolin Yong Chun Quan” derivative of Shaolin & Taiji – short, close defense applications center line focused defence and attack. This particular yong chun system does not rely on brute force emphasis is placed on internal dynamics(Qigong) philosophy and principles for profound practice and execution. A system developed around the boat people; synonymous for its narrow stances, low kicks, short “earth bound” stepping, very close defensive and attack action allowing “skin touch” contact, joint manipulation and trapping action. Made famous by Bruce Lee and Donnie Yen.