KWAN'S GENKIDO KEMPO
Founded by the late Grandmaster Glenn Kwan, Genkido Kempo is the culmination of Glenn Kwan's study of various Hawaiian Kempo systems such as Kosho-Ryu Kempo, American Kenpo, and Kajukenbo. The system is based on four distinct levels of study which allows the student to learn to recognize and understand movement and motion and employ various principles and concepts into that motion. There are nine areas of study: Escaping Arts, Folding Arts, Striking Arts, Weapon Arts, Energy Collection, Meditation, Philosophy, Healing Arts and Cultural Arts. A Sub-system of Genkido Kempo is the Combative methods of Soke Kwan which is known as Goshin Kwan.
In 2001 Jason Ward was named as an Inheritor to the system, and today passes on the teachings of Glenn Kwan and his Genkido Kempo along with the Senior Advisor to the system Shihan-Dai Stuart Van Luven and Master Karl Mark.
BAI LIN CHUAN
Bai Lin Chuan is a modern Kung Fu system based off the teachings of various Kung Fu systems such as Pai Lum, Qi Lin, Tian Long and Taijiquan. Today the system is taught by Sifu Jason Ward, Sifu Karl Mark, and Sifu Kevin Korz.
NGO CHO KUN - FIVE ANCESTOR FIST
A traditional Chinese Kung Fu system founded by Chua Giok Beng from his studies of Taizuquan, Baihequan, Kao Kun, Lohanquan, and the Iron Body methods of Bodhidharma. Through the lineage of Chua Giok Beng to Tan Kiong Beng, to his son Tan Ka Hong and the formulation of the Beng Kiam Athletic Association. the Late GM Alex Lim Co was a student of Tan Ka Hong, and passed on the Ngo Cho Kun system to Sifu Mark Wiley. Ngo Cho Kun is taught at our school as a study group under the direction of Sifu Mark Wiley.
ZHONG XIN DAO / I LIQ CHUAN
I Liq Chuan / Zhong Xin Dao is a Southern Hakka system taught in Malaysia and was brought to the United States by Sigung Sam F.S. Chin and taught throughout the world today. I Liq Chuan is a very integral system and our study group is under the direction of Sifu Joshua Craig, a student of Sigung Sam Chin.
TAIJIQUAN / LIUHEBAFA
One of the main Internal Arts, Taijiquan is taught via five main families: Chen, Yang, Wu, Hao, and Sun. Our school offers instruction in the Yang Style of Taijiquan, offering instruction in the 103 form, 49 form, 16 Form, 13 Form, and the Sword and Sabre forms.
Liuhebafa, also known as Hua Yue Taijiquan, is another Internal art where students learn to go through an internal process studying not only the form known as Zhuji, but also other forms, poems, concepts and principles.
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