Hung Kuen is a graceful and powerful style of Kung Fu based on five animals: Dragon, Tiger, Leopard, Crane, and Snake.
Classes are two hours long, and are designed to provide a comprehensive approach to all aspects of Hung Kuen.
An example of a standard class structure:
Traditional stances and hand/leg techniques;
Partnered applications of hand/leg techniques;
For senior students, instruction in traditional Shaolin weapons (monkey staff, broadsword, halberd, spear, knives, etc.) becomes a key portion of the curriculum as well.
Master Karl Pettersen is an accredited Master of Hung Kuen Kung Fu, 6th Degree Black Belt, and the Head Black Belt Instructor for the club. Karl studied Hung Kuen under the auspices of Hung Kuen Shaolin Kung Fu UK through Master Ang and his team of instructors, and over time became a qualified instructor.
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.
Classes are open to all ages. Current students range from 6 — 75 years of age.
We offer adult classes, WT Fit class, private lessons, and of course kids and youth classes.
All new students will be placed on a six-month probation period and must demonstrate their diligence during those first six months of training before offically being accepted. Proper attitude, diligent effort, and good attendance is a requirement in order to be accepted and remain a student.
The classes are conducted in both a formal and non-formal style, whereby the students are given directed instruction for large segments of each session, as well as time allowed for personal training at one's own pace. This can involve solo training, such as working on forms or individual skills and working with a partner on specific drills to enhance overall skills and attributes.
|1 month (no contract)||150|
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).
Sifu Ken Lo — 7th Generation Master of Wu Mei Pai Sifu Lo began his martial arts training in 1963 studying with such noted masters as Sensei Iguchi, 6th Dan Judo, 5th Dan karate, all-Asian Judo champion, 1961 & 1962; Sensei Kanakogi, 6th Dan judo, 5th Dan karate, All Asian Judo Champion, 1963 & 1964; and Sensei Tadashi Nakamura, 5th Degree black belt in Kyokushinkai karate.
Sifu Lo is an active member of the Chinese martial arts community, and has sat on the Executive Board of the National Council of Chinese Martial Arts, and on the National Internal Styles Rules Committee of the AAU Chinese Martial Arts Division. Sifu Lo has been the National Vice Chairman, Northeast Regional Director and the Metropolitan Association Chinese Martial Arts Chairman of the Amateur Athletic Union. Sifu Lo is a National Advisor to the USA Wu Shu Kung Fu Federation. He is a respected member of the North American Chinese Martial Arts Federation, the Eastern United States Kung Fu Federation, and the Tai Chi Association of New York.
Brighton Beach Wing Chun Academy is open to everyone over 14 years of age.
Dai – Sifu Emin Boztepe the Founder of EBMAS. Emin Boztepe has been studying martial arts since 1976. He has trained in many styles and holds an impressive martial arts resume: Taekwondo, Shotokan, Muay Thai, Turkish freestyle Wrestling, Boxing, Wing Tsun Leung Ting System, Escrima Latosa Weapon System.
Emin has been a professional Wing Tzun Instructor throughout Europe for the past 25 years. His Seminars are in great demand in the World. He is the Chief-Instructor EBMAS and Founder (Emin Boztepe Martial Art Organization). He has trained many elite Police and Military Personnel, including the Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) of the FBI and the 4th Recon Battalion of the U.S. Marine Corps. Emin Boztepe is one of the highest ranking Wing Tun Instructors in the World (a Master).
Xin Wu Men Level System:
Private and group classes are available.
|Personal training (1 hour online class)||70|
Xin Wu Men Level System:
Private and group classes are available.
Our students come from all walks of life including artists, stunt professionals, business executives, musicians, college students, actors, teachers, police officers, moms & dads and everything in between.
Private lessons can be scheduled one-on-one or for small group (semi-private) instruction.
Instructor — SiFu Dean MacLeod. He has trained in such systems as Goju-Ryu karate, Yamanni Ryu Bo-Jutsu (Okinawan weaponry), Muso Shinden-Ryu Iaido (Japanese swordsmanship), Yang style T'ai Chi Ch'uan, and alternate lineages of Wing Chun. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, he worked extensively as a bouncer and security professional, serving high profile clientele such as President Bill Clinton, Ozzy Osbourne, Olympic skater Katarina Witt, etc.
SiFu Dean is also a certified personal trainer specializing in functional strength training, and has 5 years of experience in the industry. In 2007, SiFu Dean began learning WingTsun under the International WingTsun Association. He has learning from some of the finest WingTsun instructors in the world, including Grandmaster Leung Ting, SiFu Carson Lau, SiFu Alex Richter, and SiFu Haw Kuo.
Chief Instructor David Kaplan has been teaching children, adults and seniors.
We train to increase cardio, endurance, control, confidence and overall well-being. And we do it using a modern and scientific approach to fitness coupled with the time-tested body of knowledge from our traditional martial arts roots.
Sifu Ethan Hampton is a Certified Instructor of the City Wing Tsun Athletic Association in New York City (CWTAA), founded by Head Instructor Sifu Alex Richter.
A martial art school that is dedicated to the teaching of Wing Tsun kung fu.
At N.Y. Hung Sing Kwoon Kung Fu and Lion Dance Club (NYHSK), we teach the fundamentals of self defense, discipline, and respect, through practice in movement and mental challenge.
We teach traditional Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu and Lion Dancing.
Taoist Martial Arts progress clearly and intelligently from beginning skills to advanced abilities. The School of Natural Chinese Martial Arts offers complete training in the chief systems of Traditional and Taoist Martial Arts. Learning the fundamentals one system usually takes 2 years. Once one system is finished the others are much easier to learn.
Instructor Classes are are all small and semi-private.
There are three levels of study:
Each system consists of 6 sections. It takes an average of two years to learn the basics of each system and achieve a 1st degree Black Belt. During the course of regular, weekly study, all the skills are developed. However, each section can be studied via intense private or seminar study.