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A traditional kung fu shaolin of the family Hung Gar.
The style Hung Gar is based on notions of efficiency, improvement, balance. health, realization, fulfilment ...
He offers immense perspectives: technical, physical, mental, energy, philosophic, spiritual and internal.Enter
Karate: is for everybody regardless of age or gender.
Karate: Promotes a healthy lifestyle, builds self-confidence.
Karate: Students learn to be calm under pressure, which can help a person learn to relax during normal hectic problems of their daily encounters.Enter
Tai Chi Chuan
The Tai chi chuan, it is this famous gymnastics of Chinese origin. Between method of relaxation and martial art, this practice has more and more success in UK. How it practised? What are its benefactions? enter and see the reviews to find back the harmony old of several centuries.Enter
Martial Arts are all about discipline, respect and self-control.
A great way to teach a person that they can overcome many
things in life and they are in control of their own destiny.
The true meaning behind the art is not violence or bullying,
but striving to better oneself and overcome your fears and weakness.
Scunthorpe Martial Arts Center, delivers authentic educational initiatives and health and wellbeing activities. We believe in the benefits that these activities bring: enhancing your knowledge, empowering your self-expression, and supporting your wellbeing.
The Administrators would like to thank the following people.
NEI LIEN: Traditional Martial Arts Association
and more especially Mr John Squier who had the kindness to autorize us to publish his exelent article about the Hung gar kung fu (Hung Kuen).
Ronnie Robinson, autor of “Tai Chi for You”
8, Ferry road
Kung fu: Monday 7.45 to 9.15 pm,
Wednesday 6.30 to 8.00 pm.
Tai chi: Monday 6.30 to 7.30 pm
Wednesday 7.45 to 9.15 pm.
Karate: Tuesday, Thursday from
6.00 to 8.00 pm