Hung Ga Kung Fu

Yee’s Hung Ga Kung Fu Academy offers you the complete authentic system of traditional Southern Shaolin Hung Ga Kung Fu.

Private 1-1 Tuition

If you would like to book a private 1-1 lesson with Sifu Hepple, please use the form below.

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Public Classes

In the Beginners Hung Ga Form classes, the Hung Ga forms are taught to each student in manageable sections which are built upon every week, provided the student has practiced sufficiently. These are the best classes for beginners to start off with.

In the Hung Ga Techniques class, techniques, drills, applications and fighting theory are taught.

Traditional Hung Ga Training Techniques are used in this class to further strengthen the student’s existing knowledge and train their bodies effectively.

The Sparring Classes are for students who have reached a sufficient level in their training to be able to practice their skills against each other.

The Display Training is where students can prepare for public displays and demonstrations.

There are many benefits to Hung Ga kung fu such as increased strength and fitness levels, improved grip, muscle tone and power. Hung Ga has practical fighting applications and is excellent for self defense, this can also lead to increased confidence, self-belief and courage once the practitioner becomes proficient.

Hung Ga can also vastly improve your focus and concentration levels. It can empower you to train your mind over your body to enable you to accomplish seemingly unbelievable feats. The benefits are only limited by what you contribute yourself.

Kung fu can, however, sometimes be quite physically demanding on the body and it’s joints and for some people the stances can also be difficult to maintain for periods of time. It is recommended that you contact Sifu Hepple or try an introductory class to see if it is something that you are suited to.

As a student you will learn the following hand and weapons forms (patterns) and their practical applications:

There will also be an opportunity to learn extra knowledge, forms and skills through regular seminars and tests.

Each class consists of two half’s. The first half comprises a qigong warm up, stance training and strength training. There is then a short break before the second half of the class where you will either be taught a section from one of the forms above, practical fighting applications from the forms, sparring, tradition training methods and body conditioning, weapons training or general practice sessions. Please check the timetable for updated information on individual classes.

For these classes you will need loose clothing, such as tracksuit bottoms and a t-shirt and flat, comfortable shoes or trainers. A drink to hydrate at half-time and at the end is recommended.


Gung Ji Fuk Fu Kuen (Subduing The Tiger In An “I” Pattern)

Gung Ji Fuk Fu Kuen (Subduing The Tiger In An “I” Pattern): This will be the first form that you will learn. It teaches the basic stances and techniques of the five animals and five elements, develops wind and sets the foundation for the Hung Ga style. Click below to view a small sample of …

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Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen (Tiger & Crane Double Form)

Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen (Tiger & Crane Double Form): This is the most famous form in the Hung Ga style and the core of the entire system. Whereas Gung Ji Fuk Fu Kuen is a basic training form, Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen builds and develops fighting techniques and stresses the cultivation of the …

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Hang Yuet Darn Do (Moon Flowing Single Broadsword)

Hang Yuet Darn Do (Moon Flowing Single Broadsword): This is the first weapon form that you will learn and it lays the foundation for the use of all short weapons. It develops strength, flexibility, evasiveness and precision. In Northern China the straight sword and the spear are the weapons commonly used, whereas in the South …

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Ng Ying Kuen (Five Animals Fist)

Ng Ying Kuen (Five Animals Fist): This form teaches the techniques of the five animals: The Dragon form develops the spirit, the correctness of breath, the use of the waste and the twisting of the stance; The Tiger instills fierceness of spirit, develops clawing techniques and strengthens the bones and tendons; The Crane form teaches …

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Ng Lung Ba Gwa Gwan (Fifth Brother Eight Diagram Pole)

Ng Lung Ba Gwa Gwan (Fifth Brother Eight Diagram Pole): This form was created by a famous spear master of the Sung Dynasty,  the fifth brother of the Yang family. After losing a major battle, this general joined a temple and became a monk where he adapted his spear techniques to staff (pole). Due to …

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Ji Mo Seung Do (Mother/Son Twin Swords)

Ji Mo Seung Do (Mother/Son Twin Swords): This form is named as such because both swords are used as a team, one following the other closely, just as a son follows his mother in infancy. In other kung fu styles these swords are called, “Butterfly Knives.” This form lays the foundation for the us eof …

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Ng Lung Ba Gwa Cheung (Fifth Brother Eight Diagram Spear)

Ng Lung Ba Gwa Cheung (Fifth Brother Eight Diagram Spear): This form incorporates many techniques taught in Ng Lung Ba Gwa Gwan, further developing thrusting and piercing techniques, speed and flexability.

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Chun Choy Dai Do (Spring Autumn Great Knife)

Chun Choy Dai Do (Spring Autumn Great Knife): Otherwise known as the, “Kwan Do,” this long handled weapon concentrates on large, strong movements while cutting and thrusting. Practising this form strengthens the entire body.

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Yu Ga Dai Pa (Yu Family Tiger Fork)

Yu Ga Dai Pa (Yu Family Tiger Fork): The tiger fork is a long handled trident originally used for hunting tigers. Practitioners of this weapon become unusually strong and quick as this weapon is heavy and difficult to maneuver. This form is reserved for advanced practitioners only.

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Tiet Sien Kuen (Iron Wire Fist)

Tiet Sien Kuen (Iron Wire Fist): Developed by Tiet Kiu Sam, a member of the Kwang Tung Sup Fu, (Ten Tigers Of Canton) Tiet Sing Kuen is the most advanced form in Hung Ga. The form trains the body to open and close and to float and sink. Most importantly, this form develops the Twelve …

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Ngauh Gwat Sin (Beef Bone Fan)

Ngauh Gwat Sin (Beef Bone Fan): This form, which was created by our Great Grandmaster Tang Fung, utilizes close range concealed techniques, locks, and preassure point strikes to disable an opponent. Unlike the fan forms of other styles, while still graceful, the Ngauh Gwat Sin utilizes the hard and soft Hung style techniques to demonstrate …

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Dat Mo Yit Gung Ging (Known as the “Muscle Changing Classic”)

Dat Mo Yit Gung Ging (Known as the “Muscle Changing Classic”): This form was first taught by Dat Mo (Bodhidharma) to the monks of the Siu Lum Temple. (Dat Mo brought Chan Buddhism to the Siu Lum Temple) This form trains the entire body through “Hei Gung” (breath training) and “Paida” (beating) exercises.

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