Kung Fu

KungfuKung fu literally means effort or skill in Chinese. It is said to have been created by a Shaolin Monk in China and spread across wide geographic locations just like many other martial arts. Yip-Man was the first master to introduce this martial art to the outside world. Yip-Man had trained many students including Bruce Lee. Wing Tsun a form of kung fu characterized by short explosive hand attacks and kicks. Yip-Man is considered to be the greatest master and teacher of this technique. Similar to kung fu, the principles of Wing Tsun are divided into two: fighting principles and energy principles. However, the masters of Chinese martial arts consider kung fu a technical term and it is considered as a special form of martial art. On the other hand, the Chinese literal equivalent of martial art would be wushu.

People practice kung fu in order to maintain their body strength, learn how to defend themselves and to develop themselves spiritually. However, there are also some masters who train students by turning a blind eye to or utterly rejecting the aforementioned goals. While some masters only teach their students how to defend themselves, others leave the defensive dimension of kung fu and only concentrate on maintaining the health of the body. Kung fu has undergone important transformations since its introduction; however, it has retained its essential character as a martial art.


  • First and foremost, the staff employed at the sports facilities take into account the needs of the athletes.
  • The sports facilities where you can practice kung fu are easily accessible.
  • The kung fu halls in our facilities are always open to innovation.
  • The instructors who teach kung fu at the facilities are specifically picked to serve as examples to new athletes with their sportsmanship qualities.
  • Kung fu instructors approach their students not as clients but as athletes. Each instructor prioritizes the training he or she provides.
  • In addition to their present role as teachers of kung fu, the instructors supplement their practical training with theoretical studies at academic institutions.