• The term Shaolin Gong Fu/Kung Fu is named after Shaolin Kung Fu is the most famous Asian martial art. Its origins go all the way back to the Shaolin Temple in Deng Feng City, Henan Province of northern China. Over the course of history many myths and fables have obscured how Shaolin Kung Fu came to exist. Its founder is the Venerable Da Mo.More>>

    • San da or San shou (Chinese Kick Boxing) is a Chinese hand-to-hand self-defense martial art. It originates from the wu shu school and is based on scientifically efficient strikes. Recently, it has also become a combat sport and many people are learning san shou because of the competitive sport scene cropping up across the world today.More>>

    • Chinese Wing Chun is a martial art known to have originated from southern China in the late 1600s. Its progenitor is believed to be abbess Ng Mui, a female Buddhist. One of wing chun’s most famous advocates was Bruce Lee.More>>

    • Many theories exist regarding the founding of Tai Chi Chuan, but only three of them potentially have validity. The first theory is that the Daoist (Taoist) monk, Zhang Sanfeng, of the northern Song Dynasty created Tai Chi Chuan. The second theory is the prolific writer of Tai Chi Chuan treatises, Wang Zhongyue, created Tai Chi Chuan. The third theory is Chen Wangting family created it during the 17th century.More>>

    • Bagua zhang, tai ji quan and xing yi quan are the three main Chinese martial arts of the Wu dang school. These forms are more commonly grouped as an internal practice ( nei jia gong). Ba gua zhang’s literal translation means “eight trigram palm”, which refers to the eight trigrams of Taoist cosmology.More>>

    • Xing Yi Chuan in English translates literally into Form/Shape Will/Intention Fist. It is characterized by its aggressiveness and is one of the most important internal kung fu styles in China. It’s designed to use bursts of power to overwhelm the opponent while simultaneously defending and attackingMore>>

    • Chi kung(Qigong in Chinese),is an internal kung fu. Its focus and philosophy are practicing the alignment of the body through mind, body, breathing and meditation. The aim is to cultivate life energy (qi) and give the practitioner a higher awareness which allows them to better realize their human potential.More>>

    • Baji Chuan’s history goes back to the first recorded teacher Wu Zhong(1712-1802). It was first taught in in the Hebei Province of northern China. The full name is Kai Men Baji Chuan, which means open-gate eight-extremities fist. This technique is focused on explosive, short-range power with strikes that focus on the knee, shoulder, elbow and hips. Because many of the most famous students have also been bodyguards the style is also known as the body guard style.More>>