Martial arts originated as ancient combat techniques. Depending on the form, they involve performing technical and often explosive moves such as kicks, punches, and throws; some types use swords, bow and arrow, or other weapons. Practitioners boost their strength, agility, balance, power, reflexes, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. Equally important as the fighting and technical aspects of martial arts are the mental and spiritual components, which focus on improving mental endurance, resilience, and concentration; controlling emotions and negative thinking; and even, ultimately, transcending the ego and its mental traps.

We provide the oldest most versatile styles.



Northern Shaolin

Bak Sil Lum Pai

The Northern Shaolin system of self-defense has its roots deeply woven into the fabric of time. In Chinese history, records of a wrestling style can be traced back to 2697 BC. When iron was first developed in around 1000 BC, archery, horsemanship, swordsmanship and Shuai-Chiao (a type of wrestling) were required for all military personnel.

Southern Hung Gar

Southern 5 Animal 5 Elements

Created during a time of turmoil and strife, Hung Gar Kung Fu was a bright star for the oppressed people of southern China. In the Ching dynasty (1644-1911), the Manchurian government was hated by the populous. Many secret societies of rebels emerged to combat the Manchurian rule. One of which was Hung gar clan.

Yang Tai Chi




Angry Monkey


Sun Lu Tang Tai Chi


7 Star Praying Mantis