Online Kung Fu Mini Courses In Traditional Monkey Kung Fu

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Hammer Fists 101

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One of our new Mini Courses, the Hammer Fists Course is an absolute must have for anyone looking to develop their hammer fist strikes. This course includes basic stances, conditioning, drills & most importantly applications. Don’t miss out on this new mini course with lots to learn at an affordable price! In this course you will learn:

  • Basic Stances
  • 11 Hammer Fists
  • Line Drills
  • Iron Hand
  • Bridge Destruction
  • Forearm Conditioning
  • Iron Shirt
  • Shin Conditioning
  • Monkey Hands
  • Gor Sao
  • San Sao
  • Takedown Defense
  • Ax Fists
  • Meditation
  • Qigong
  • And Much More!

Tai Shing Basics

Our Tai Shing Basics Course will teach you all the foundation skills & techniques of Tai Shing Monkey Kung Fu. This course is packed with in-depth videos to help you learn step by step this amazing and devastating art form. In this course you will learn:

  • Basic Stances
  • Footwork
  • 40 Kicks
  • Walks, Crawls, Hops & Rolls 
  • 11 Hammer Fists
  • Fluidity Drill
  • Tei Tong Form
  • Conditioning
  • Monkey Hands 1 & 2
  • Gor Sao
  • San Sao
  • Additional Techniques
  • Meditation
  • Basic Qigong
  • And More!

Root Snatching Intro

Root Snatching Intro is a destructive course on learning how to destroy your opponents stance. In this course you will focus on building up your own stance and learning the secrets to taking out your opponent swiftly. Your legs will feel the difference. In this course you will learn:

  • Stances
  • Footwork
  • 40 Kicks
  • Root Snatching
  • Leg Pulls
  • Sweeps
  • Throws
  • Takedowns
  • Blocks
  • Strikes
  • Takedown Defense
  • Conditioning
  • Meditation
  • Basic Qigong
  • Application
  • And More

Frequently Asked Questions

Monkey Kung Fu (Hóu Quán) is an exotic martial art that fuses the elegant movements of apes and monkeys into a powerful fighting style. Masters such as Geng De Hai, Chan Sau Chung, Xiao Yingpeng, Paulie Zink and Michael Matsuda have shaped their own unique versions – each adding something special to this long-standing tradition.

Kung Fu has long been revered for its focus on effective defense and attack techniques. Although it is primarily used in combat, the style of martial arts can also be seen incorporated into some traditional Chinese operas, where performers use Kung Fu to bring mythical characters such as Sun Wukong (The Monkey King) to life!

Fighting style and abilities. He seems to be skilled in monkey-style kung fu aka Tai Shing Kung Fu

The human taste for alcohol can be traced all the way back to our animal ancestors. As theorized by the ‘drunken monkey’ hypothesis, animals such as primates and bats consume ethanol molecules when they feed on fruits or nectar thanks to fermentation. Louis Pasteur first uncovered this natural phenomenon in 19th century research – proving that even before humans turned it into a vice, other species were already appreciating its powerful effects!

From tigers to cranes, no creature is overlooked in Ng Ying Kung Fu. This traditional Chinese martial art form found throughout Guangdong and Fujian provinces was crafted with five unique animal styles that embody the spirit of nature’s warriors. Wǔ xíng allows practitioners to channel their strength like a dragon or agility like a monkey – all while learning self-defense techniques passed down through generations!

Sun Wukong, more commonly known as the Monkey King and one of three devoted followers to Buddhist monk Yuan Zhuang in Chinese novel Journey To The West or Saiyuki by Japanese name, is celebrated for representing all things zodiac-wise related with Monkeys.

Our Shaolin training program is the perfect way to develop a connection with martial arts no matter what age you are! With course lengths ranging from one week up to five years, it’s never too late (or early!) for our students who range in age from 18 all the way through 70. Come explore this ancient Chinese tradition and gain its many benefits today!

William Cheung
ResidenceVictoria, Australia
StyleTraditional Wing Chun (TWC) Kung Fu
Teacher(s)Ip Man

The Way of the Fox teaches warriors techniques to outmaneuver their opponents in battle. It incorporates nimble movements such as quick weaving, leaping and ducking along with acrobatic flips and rolls – all designed so that an opponent’s attack is impossible to land on a skilled practitioner. This elusive style of combat gives fighters the means they need to escape any confrontation unscathed!

Kung Fu – Kung Fu is a self-empowerment sport, as trainees discover and maximize their strength while learning to move with agility. All that’s needed are gloves; no partner or equipment necessary – just you! You’ll learn the basics of stances and moves like those in karate for an all-around body workout.