Chinese Kung Fu (Martial Arts or Gongfu or Wushu) is a series of fighting styles which has developed over the centuries in China. Although being fighting styles, Kung Fu advocates virtue and peace, not aggression or violence. This has been the common value upheld by martial artists from generation to generation. With a number of movement sets, boxing styles, weapon skills and some fighting stunts, Kung Fu keeps its original function of self-defense. Now its value in body-building and fitness is also highly appreciated.
All of the following styles of Chinese Kung Fu are part of our weekly training schedule. However, some of them are offered in optional classes, but all of them can be trained full-time if you wish to.See more at:
Shaolin kung fu is our most widely circulated,One of the oldest Sects of martial arts，Began about Northern Wei. Shaolin Kung Fu has a vast content and numerous forms. the Shaolin monks mainly focus on cultivating Chan practice and manifesting the spirit of traditional Chinese culture. Read More >
Sanda, ‘Chinese Kickboxing’, is also called Sanshou ,which roughly translates as “actual combat”. In the past, Chinese called it “technique fighting” or “striking”. san da because of the competitive sport scene cropping up across the world today. Read More
Wing Chun <Yong chun>
The Chinese Wing Chun is a martial art known to have originated in Southern China. Wing Chun has become a significant and famous martial art. Bruce Lee promoted and made the art popular in the world today. Read More
China's three famous Xingyiquan is one species within the family Impossible (Xing Yi, Tai Chi, Bagua), ranked China's four famous boxing. However, Xingyiquan style is hard to play hard into a few, such as lightning, including home boxing is unique.Read More >