Why Train CLF?

  1. It has a rich history tracing its origins directly back to the original Shaolin teachings.

  2. It follows traditional training methods that were set out more than 200 years ago by its founder, Chen Heung.

  3. Is good for anyone at any age.

  4. Is a diverse system that contains hand form exercises divided into Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Levels—each group emphasizing different fighting applications and energies. 

  5. Teaches form sets designed for two people to train applications. 

  6. Teaches traditional Kung Fu weaponry.

  7. Utilizes tools such as wooden dummies that work on conditioning, mobility, precisions, focus, and different training applications. 

  8. Contains depth of fighting principles and theories passed down from each generation to the next. 

  9. Uses the whole body to generate powerful punches like boxing—as well as a wide range of angles of attack.

  10. Uses a variety of kicks like taekwondo—as well as an emphasis on mobile footwork. 

  11. Contains pressure points and joint locks like wrestling/Jiu Jitsu.

  12. It has a unique internal training for health preservation including Qi Gong and Tai Chi. 

  13. It has a traditional Lion Dance that is taught to those interested or as part of expanded curriculum.