The Redmond Kung Fu Club is dedicated to the promotion of traditional Chinese martial arts and philosophy. We are lead by Sifu Robert Daniels who has over 37 years of experience teaching Kung Fu and Tai Chi with certification from Grandmaster Wing Lam. Specializing in Shaolin, Hung Gar, & Tai Chi, each style is a complete system that includes weaponry and iron palm training. Our instruction concentrates on developing a strong foundation with fine detail so that a student can derive the concepts, history, and philosophy of each art as well as their many benefits. Dedicated students are also given the opportunity to learn Dragon Ba Gua
Develop Strength, Confidence, and Character
Students can expect to gain flexibility, strength, muscle tone, speed, power, and concentration. Students become healthier both physically and mentally.
The Redmond Kung Fu Club helps to develop one's character by building inner strength and increasing confidence to help cope with life's many challenges. All students are treated as part of a family.
Our school will exhaust its extensive knowledge to help those who are earnest to learn Kung Fu, and will work with them to promote its mastery.
The Kwoon, School of Chinese Martial Arts, is located in the Education Hill neighborhood of Redmond, WA. Please contact us for specific practice locations. We are currently accepting new students 17 and up.
NORTHERN SHAOLIN (FROM 495 A.D.)
KU YU CHEUNG LINEAGE
The most famous style of Kung Fu in China was developed approximately 1500 years ago. First used as a means basic exercise and health, it was later used for self-defense. Shaolin utilizes a large variety of weaponry and is characterized by graceful circular movements, lightening speed, strong high kicks, jumps, and sweeps. Exercises are high impact.
SOUTHERN HUNG GAR (LATE 1700S)
WONG FEI HUNG LINEAGE
A derivative of Shaolin, Hung Gar emphasizes techniques of the Tiger, White Crane, Dragon, Snake, and Leopard systems. It also utilizes the Five Elements techniques. Hung Gar uses low strong stances, destructive blocks, low snapping kicks, and deceptive and powerful hand techniques. While it fits those who are compact and muscular, it is adaptable for any build. Exercises are medium to high impact.
SUN STYLE TAI CHI (FROM LATE 1900S)
SUN LU TANG LINEAGE
This style of Tai Chi combines elements of Ba Gua, Hsing I, and internal martial arts. Developed by Sun Lu Tang (1861 - 1933), it provides extremely effective self-defense applications along with the development of Chi to promote balance, coordination, wellness, and mental calmness. Exercises are low impact.
If you are interested in learning Kung Fu, please contact us for practice locations and to set an appointent for your first class.