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Hung Gar, or Hung Ga is a southern Chinese martial art belonging to the southern shaolin styles. It is associated with the Cantonese folk hero Wong Fei Hung, Hung Gar master and fondator of the style.
The hallmarks of the Wong Fei-Hung lineage of Hung Gar are deep low stances, notably the "ma pou¹" horse stance, and strong hand techniques, notably the bridge hand² and the versatile tiger claw³. Traditionally, students spent anywhere from months to three years in stance training, often sitting only in horse stance from half an hour to several hours at a time, before learning any forms. Each form could then take a year or so to learn, with weapons learned last. In current times, this mode of instruction is generally considered impractical for students, who have other concerns beyond practicing kung fu. However, some instructors still follow traditional guidelines and make stance training the majority of their beginner training. Hung Ga is sometimes mis-characterized as solely external-that is, reliant on brute physical force rather than the cultivation of qi even though the student advances progressively towards an internal focus
The Kung fu Sui Lam Hung-Gar Khin is an authentic martial art from traditional Shaolin Kung Fu of the Hung Gar family in Southern China and proposes a high-level education in kung fu, t'ai chi, Chi Gong
The school includes members avid to have a practice in a friendly and respectful spirit of every individual. If the discipline is rigorous during the courses, the Siu Lam Gar Kung Fu school attempts to develop a real family feeling based on values of respect for others and for mutual aid. The program is evolutionary, and adapted to the progress of the studians
The kung fu and Tai chi season will start on 2sd of September 2019.
The kung fu classes will begin every
Monday at 7.45 pm to 9.15 pm
Wednesday at 6.30 pm to 8.00 pm.
And Tai chi classes
Monday at 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm
Wednesday at 7.45 pm to 9.15 pm.
Date for the grading saison 2019/2029
Wednesday 12 of December 2019 - 6.30 pm start
Wednesday 25 of march 2020 - 6.30 pm start
Wednesday 24 of June 2020 - 6.30 pm start
Seminar schedule for saison 2019/2020
Bridlington Gathering of the world Masters seminar: 16th & 17th of May 2020