We offer instruction in several different styles of Traditional Chinese Kung Fu.
We are currently upgrading our website and more information about each style is coming soon.
Although not technically Kung Fu as this art originated on the island of Okinawa, it did have many influences from China in its development. Karate emphasizes whipping power and strong powerful attacks and blocks. This art can develop a strong foundation and very good fighting skill.
A fluid style that emphasizes long circular extended movements. It has equal emphasis on handwork and kicking techniques. The basic training develops smooth fluid power. Later the student develops shocking power through practicing the forms of Baji.
Originally from southern China. This style was preserved in Okinawa. The emphasis is on solid, upright, centered stances. It emphasizes a mixture of hard and soft and internal energy.
A style of Southern Shaolin that was brought to the west by legendary Grandmanster Ark Wong. Ng Ga Kuen translates to Five Family Style, a reference to the five southern kung fu families: Hung, Choy, Li, Mok, Fut. This style trains the southern Five Animals of Tiger, Dragon, Snake, Crane, and Leopard. The style is sometimes called the Five Family Five Animal style. It is a huge and intricate system that has hard and soft, long and short arm techniques, many animal forms beyond the five animals, internal training, and weapons.
A devastating Shaolin fighting style. It emphasizes quick hand work and kicks combined with lightning fast footwork. The training is no nonsense and gives a great workout.