Skip to content

Martial Art Self Defense System

Eagle Claw (Ying Zhao Fan Zi Quan): Lian Quan (“Fast Connecting Fist”) –

Originated in the Sung Dynasty by General Gnok Fei around the mid 1100s AD, is a style which follows the principle of Chin-Na (Joint Locks) focuses on joint locks, grabs, sweeps, and takedowns. Chen Zi Zheng polished the eagle claw forms and brought Ying Zhao Fan Zi Quan Family to the Chin Woo Athletic Association, and was given the name “King of Eagle Claw”. Students will learn traditional Lian Quan forms numbers 1 – 10.

Long Fist (Changquan) Wushu – Consists of performance and full contact sparring, Wushu is modern day competition Kung Fu. Created in China after 1949 in order to create a standardized Chinese Martial Arts system, this style requires rigorous training and conditioning and is great for strengthening the body. Wushu basics are taught to the students and integrated into self-defense style.

Tai Chi Chuan – (Yang Style) 16 form and 24 forms. For mental clarity, balance, muscle relaxation, self defense, and optimal health.
The apocryphal founder of Tai Chi was a monk of the Wu Tang Monastery, Chang San-feng to whom have been ascribed various dates and longevity. Some scholars doubt his historical existence, viewing him as a literary construct on the lines of Lao Tzu. Other research and records from the Ming-shih (the official chronicles of the Ming dynasty) seem to indicate that he lived in the period from 1391 to 1459 (he may have been born earlier and lived later: these are simply some dates associated with him). Chen Chang-hsing (1771-1853) studied under Chiang-Fa and combined the Cannon Pounding (Pao Chui) form of the Chen Family with the Tai Chi taught by Chiang-Fa. Chen Chang-hsing, in turn, was the teacher of Yang Lu-chan, the originator of the Yang Style of Tai Chi.–
obtained from