Learn About the Various Aspects of Kung Fu or Wu Shu Here Online  

This section of our website offers you the various aspects of kung fu or wu shu, a new way to learn kung fu (KF) and wushu online. You’ll learn various techniques or moves that ancient KF fighters have used for centuries during fighting or when defending themselves and to keep their mind and body healthy.

And don't forget to check out this link for all our books, videos, DVDs, courses and seminars on dim mak, KF and pressure points

Once you have made the decision to take the step to participate in a sport or martial arts, whether it be a team sport or for individual success, the first question you may ask yourself is – ‘What will I get out of it’?

As a KF practioner there are many benefits to be gained from participating in a sport like Chinese martial arts, as it is steeped in tradition, culture, values and hard work.

The benefits to aim for should be both physically and mentally challenging – determined by your goals and aspirations and from what you want to achieve from the art.

Kung Fu Round Kick or Roundhouse Kick by Master Steeve Kiat of the Golden Lion Academ

Chinese KF literally translates as ‘energy and time’, therefore, hard work is required to achieve the goals that you have set for yourself. Use the The Eight Wisdoms of KF and your own goals to help you achieve all you can from this exciting, inspiring and challenging sport.

If you would like to attend regular classes, please call us on our central telephone number 9796-1066 for class times and fees or email us through our contact-us form.

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The Golden Lion masters, instructors and fellow senior students will help you achieve this by being a ‘mentor’ to you, to support you in your training and in your complete understanding of KF.

  1. But first, it is important for you to understand the benefits of KF, how KF as a martial arts is a complete Mind, Body and Soul experience so click on that link to read the article by Dave Williams.
  2. Click also on the next link to read the article by Paul Ah Tye: The importance of breathing and meditation in KF.
  3. Martial Arts Lessons KF Flowery Fists and Embroidery Kicks Online: In this series of online martial arts lessons, we explain the Chinese martial arts phrase flowery fists and embroidery kicks plus a shopping list to enable you to choose a Sifu wisely so that you can get the most out of your lessons.
  4. Crescent Kick Chinese Martial Arts Training. The kung fu crescent kick is not simply a kick; with practice it helps to develop flexibility and control, both vital for self defence and training routines and forms. Here's how to do this kick.
  5. Chinese Martial Arts Practitioners: Are you in the zone? Learn how traditional Chinese martial arts practitioners such as tai chi and kung fu can get in the zone, the state of flow, effortlessness, as suggested by Taoist philosophy to reach peak performance. (this article is shared on our tai chi website)
  6. Martial Arts Bow and Arrow Stance. KF's Bow and Arrow Stance is also known as Snake stance, it is used during defensive combat where martial arts practitioners tilt back into this stance to gain time to plan a counter attack, like a Snake retreating back before returning a rapid attack...
  7. Dim Mak KF Power in Yin and Yang. In dim mak kf, yin and yang power can be applied to our training through our state of mind, composure, fighting stance, and silence, as well as our breathing, pouncing, and explosive power.

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