Sifu Chen teaches both Contemporary Wushu as well as Wan Lai Sheng's Natural Style (Zi Ran Men) Kung Fu and Traditional Shaolin Six Harmony (Liu He Men) Kung Fu.
Classes are available for all ages and skill levels and are taught in a relaxed environment.
|Tai Chi / Chi Gong||19:15-20:15||11:00-12:00|
|Level II Wushu Handforms||19:15-21:30|
|Kids Kung Fu / Wushu||17:30-19:00||17:30-19:00|
|Adult Level I Kung Fu/Wushu||19:15-21:00||19:15-21:00|
|Level II Wushu Weapons||19:15-21:00|
|Self Defense / Fighting||15:00-16:00|
|Adult/Kids Level I & II Kung Fu / Wushu||17:00-19:30|
|Music & Games Mosqui||18:30|
|Music & Games Mestre||18:30||18:30|
|Music & Games Ari||18:30|
|Level 1 - Capoeira Flow Mosqui||19:00|
|Level 1 - Capoeira Flow Mestre||19:00|
|Level 1 - Capoeira Flow Ari||19:00|
|Level 1 - Capoeira Flow Cavaleiro||19:00|
|Level 1 - Sequences||20:00||20:00||20:00||20:00|
|Intro & Conditioning Macabe||18:30|
|Intro & Conditioning Pavao||19:00|
|Intro & Conditioning Ari||18:30||18:30|
|Intro & Conditioning Pipoca||19:00|
|Intro & Conditioning Cavaleiro||19:00|
|Intro & Conditioning Macarrao||18:30|
|Intro & Conditioning Mare||19:00|
|Level II-IV Mestre/Pavao||19:30|
|Level II-IV Ari||19:30||19:30|
|Level II-IV Cavaleiro||19:30|
|Music, Games & Roda Mosqui/Pavao||20:30|
|Music, Games & Roda Mestre/Ari||20:30|
|Music, Games & Roda Cavaleiro/Ari||20:30|
|Capoeira Teen Program||17:00|
|Intro & Conditioning Raposao||18:30|
|Music & Roda||19:00|
|Intro & Conditioning Mala||16:00|
|Level 1 Mosqui||16:30|
|Trial training (intro)||25|
|Trial training (intro)||25|
All Essential Workout Classes Feature: Stretching Techniques, Body-Weight exercises, Cardio, Coaching / Mentor-ship;
All training programs, memberships, packages, and private sessions are subject to the policies, terms and conditions below.
Instructor — Sifu Edgar Wong.
Private lessons are also available.
Tai Chi, Chi Gung and Chan Philosophy and Action Meditation.
|Tai Chi & Qigong||17:00-18:00||17:00-18:00|
With a firm belief in maintaining the integrity of real Kung Fu and upholding our respectful reputation in Hung Ga. We teach the traditional Southern Shaolin Five Animals Kung-Fu based on the Tiger, Dragon, Leopard, Crane, and Snake.
Sifu Joseph Demundo (6th Dan) — He began studying the Arts as Isshin Ryu Karate and Tai Kwon Do. In 1990, he began studying under Sifu Yee and throughout this time trained diligently. Joseph Demundo is one of the few close Disciples under Sifu Yee. Sifu Joseph Demundo prefers specializing in open hand fighting, street self-defense, Pole, Butterfly fighting technique, and the development of the internal power.
|Open Level I||18:00||18:00|
|Open Level II||18:00|
|Open & Form Training||19:30||19:30||19:30||19:30||12:30||12:30|
|Hand Techniques / Stretching & Kicking||13:00|
|Open All Levels||18:00|
|Open Students Only||18:00|
|Hand Technique Level I||18:30|
|Hand Technique Level II||20:00|
|Kickboxing & Sparring||14:00|
|Fighting Theory & Techniques: Sparring||18:30|
|Self-defense Level II||18:30|
|Self-defense Level I||18:30|
|Conditioning / Stretching & Kicking||18:30|
|Open & Form Training: Students Only||19:30|
|Sparring All Levels||19:45|
Tai Chi for Health and Self-Defense.
Class begins with a group warm-up and stretching, then moves to conditioning with kung fu basics: blocking, striking, kicking, jumping, turning, and stance work.
After warm-up, students learn forms (classical routines of Eagle Claw and northern kung fu techniques), self defense, and sparring. Weapons training plays a large role as well. Students get instruction in staff, short stick, sword, saber, three-section staff, spear, double-headed spear, kwan do (halberd), chain, hook swords, and daggers. Each weapon has a different purpose in self defense as well as in body conditioning. Higher level students focus on fighting, advanced techniques, and gymnastics.
The Northern Eagle Claw system includes 25 fist forms, more than 25 weapon forms, over 25 partner (two-men or three-men) sets and the essence of the system, the 108 locking hand techniques.
There are five major styles of Tai Chi: Chen, Yang, Wu/Hao, Wu, and Sun. Ying Jow Pai offers instruction in the Wu style. The main form consists of 108 movements practiced in a slow, relaxed fashion.
Wing Chun Regular Classes:
Focus IV: Chi Sao — This class is entirely dedicated to practicing all forms of Chi Sao. Students explore both soft and hard styles, sticking hands, Chi Gerk, Blindfolded Chi Sao, as well as combinations and counters.
Sifu Thierry Rémion — He has been involved in martial arts for over forty years, starting with Judo at the age of 11 and later Yang Style Tai Chi. He has studied and practiced Wing Chun for over twenty years under Master Yip “Terence” Chick Pui as well as Grandmaster Ip Chun both in New York and Hong Kong. He is a 3rd Generation Ip Man Wing Chun Practitioner, and a 2nd Generation Ip Chun Wing Chun disciple. For the past 17 years he had been an instructor at the Yip Pui Martial Arts Center (YPMAC), where in 2013 shortly before retiring Master Yip appointed him Daï Siheng (Senior Instructor), becoming the only one authorized by him to administer all tests and sign certificates at the Center. Sifu Rémion also studied Chin Na and Qi Gong with Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming and in 1998 become certified in the Chin Na System at the YMAA. Sifu Rémion is a permanent member of both the Wing Chun Ip Chun Academy (WCICA), and the Ving Tsun Athletic Association (VTAA).
Chief Instructor David Kaplan has been teaching children, adults and seniors.
The class format consists of a warm up, ”breath work” which is gentle breathing combined with movement and finally instruction and practice of simple forms. During the training the participant will learn a series of basic fundamental movements as well as a short to medium length series of pre-arranged choreographed movements. Small group only, maximum 5 participants. All skill levels and ages welcome.