Chun Yuen Kungfu is a martial art in the Northern Shaolin style, renamed by Master Tse to honour his Sifu, Master Wu Chun Yuen, after he passed away in 2003.
First you learn Xing Shou, a barehand (no weapon) form which is very good for posture and agility. Later you can learn some weapon forms: Wudang Sword, using a straight sword, an elegant form which trains fluid movement. There is a staff form, Damo (Buddha) Staff, an adventure in coordination and dexterity which is a lot of fun and a broadsword form, named Five Tiger Breaking Gate Dao, which is very exciting.
There is plenty more to learn, if you enjoy it.
Wing Chun Kungfu
Wing Chun Kung Fu is one of the most practical of the Chinese Martial arts. It is an ingenious system that teaches you how to overcome a bigger, stronger opponent using skill, technique and sensitivity. Its principles are based on directness & simplicity & it teaches you how to use your opponent’s strength against them.
Our lineage has a direct link to Grandmaster Ip Man and has been passed on from Master Michael Tse – one of the most senior students of Grandmaster Ip Chun – Ip Man’s oldest son. Our senior student Tom Rogers has studied Wing Chun with Master Michael Tse and is now teaching at Graceville in Brisbane.