Brief Description of Available Classes

Tai-Chi &
​         Yang Style based 64-move form in 3 sections covering right & left sides
         sections 1-3 with emphasis on refinement of moves and in-depth theory
         contains the Tai-Chi 8 gates and 5 steps
         the original Chen's old form # 1, 75 moves grouped into 13 postures
         cannon fist moves (32 and 46)
         refinement and variation of moves and in-depth theory
         15 pushing hands techniques 
         94 moves total with each player doing 47
         theory of Chi (Qi), postures moves and appliations etc.

 internal eight palms and external eight palms
 22 moves total
 the linear form of Ba-Gua in 8 directions
 contains 8 short circular forms
 2-man form for eight Ba-Gua palms
contains 5 short forms
variations of combination of 5 elements
imitation of 12 important animals in 12 short forms
5 moves for each side practiced consecutively
integrates 5 elements with best moves of 12 important animals
12-animal matching form 
Long Fist style, aka Lien-Bu Chuan, a steps training form
Energy and Force Form for inner strength training
aka Springy Leg Form, focuses on legs training
Praying Mantis style, aka Disintegrating Steps Form
matching form for 2 players
also called Mai-Fu Chuan or Ambush Form Routines
​lion moves combined with complicated leg moves
aka Xiao Hu Yan, training for principles & methods of offense
matching form for 2 players
Cannon Fist style, 1 of 4 most famous northern forms
Long Fist style, 1 of 4 most famous northern forms
Praying Mantis style form with lots of leg applications
Chai style, 1 of 4 most famous northern forms
6 elbow techniques
imitation of tiger moves
18 basic principles of Tzi-Mun Chuan
18 training steps
consists of mixed fighting techniques

Ba-Gi (Eight Extremities) Style, powerful form for short distance combat
a major form of Ba-Gi Style on transferring explicit force to implicit power
first form of Wing-Chun Style
form designed specifically for a famous Chinese war song
grabbing and controlling techniques for self defense
eight moves to regulate spleen, stomach, kidneys, heart etc.
originated by Hua-Tuo, Saint of Chinese Medicine, moves mimic animals
enhances circulation of blood and Chi through simple, natural & soft moves
for strengthening tendons, meridians and internal organs
focuses more on strengthening tendons, muscles and bones
Chinese Yoga - ancient Daoist exercises for strengthening & maintenance 
16 hand and arm moves to enhance internal energy circulation
health improvements through patting specific points on the body
Chen Style Tai-Chi's spiral force training exercises for all joints in the body
14 Qi regulating exercises originated from Chen Style Tai-Chi 
55 slow, soft & animal-form-based moves to train body and calm mind
contains  8 short circular sword forms
imitation of dragon moves
Wu-Dang style
Wu-Dang style
Wu-Dang style
imitation of the agility of a swallow
Kuen-Lun style
passed on by the famous general Yang's family in the Sung Dynasty
36 moves total
24 moves for each side
Shao-Lin style
Ba-Gua style
Shao-Lin style
Tzi-Mun style (aka Word style)

Standard Tai-Chi Chuan
Advanced Yang Style Tai-Chi
Tai-Chi 13 Postures
Chen Style Tai-Chi Chuan
Chen Style Tai-Chi Series 2
Advanced Chen Style Tai-Chi
Tai-Chi Pushing Hands Techniques
Tai-Chi Matching Form
Theory of Tai-Chi Chuan

Ba-Gua Fundamentals
Internal Ba-Gua Form
64-Move Ba-Gua Linear Form
Ba-Gua 64 Palm Variations
Ba-Gua Matching

Hsing-I Five Elements Form
Five Elements Consecutive Form
Hsing-I Twelve Animal Patterns
Five Elements Matching Form
Hsing-I Mixed Form (Za Shi Chui)
Hsing-I An Sheng Pao Matching Form

Shao-Lin Dragon Form
Gung-Li Form
Tan-Tui 10 Routines
Bon-Bu Chuan
Shao-Lin Matching Form 1
Trap Form Routines 1 & 2
Lion Form (Shi Zi Tang, Cross Form)
Roaring Tiger & Swallow Form
Shao-Lin Matching Form 2
Cannon Form Routine 3
Tai-Tsu Long Fist Form
Run and Hit Routine in 4 Directions
Chai Chuan Routine 4

Six Elbows
Tiger Form
Tzi-Mun 18 Words
Tzi-Mun 18 Steps
Tzi-Mun Internal Form

Ba-Gi Chuan
Da Ba-Gi
Mein Jiang Hung Form

Eight Sections Brocade
Five Animal Plays
Tai-Chi Ruler(Tai-Chi Chih)
Internal Sinew Change Exercises
External Sinew Change Exercises
Buddhist Fragrance Exercises
Dharma 18 Methods
Silk Threading Exercises
Chen Style Tai-Chi Qigong

Tai-Chi Sword
Ba-Gua Sword
Ba-Gua Dragon Sword
San Tsai Sword Form
San Tsai Sword Matching Form
Wu-Dang Sword Matching Form
Swallow Sword Form
Kuen-Wu Sword Form
Yang's Spear Form
Luo's Spear Form
Spear & Curved Sword Matching Form
Seven Stars Curved Sword Form
Ba-Gua Curved Sword Form
Kuen-Wu Staff Form
Tzi-Mun Staff Form
This is a mind-body Chinese health exercise for improving one's overall wellness.  It regulates the inner energy flow, and
enhances balance, strength and flexibility through its slow and graceful movements.  Many recent medical studies have
revealed its potential benefits on bone mineral density, neuromuscular function, stress management, hypertension, fall
prevention, and arthritis pain etc.  
This series of exercises integrates physiology, medical theory and martial arts, with the principles of the eight trigrams in
I-Ching, the five elemental energies (metal, wood, water, fire and soil), internal medicine and Dao-Yin (Chinese Yoga) as its
theoretical base.  It is particularly suitable for the balanced development of the internal organs of a human body.  Its intent  
is to supplement 'prenatal' energy with 'postnatal' energy to rid illness, enhance health and attain longevity. 

Also known as the form of Six Coordination of Mind and Consciousness.  Internally it trains the mind, consciousness and
Chi, and externally it trains the tendons, skins and bones.  Each of the external training exercises has a direct
correspondence to the internal training of organs such as lungs, kidneys, liver, heart and stomach respectively.  The moves
progress from simple to complex and form its own distinct style.
It consists of the Kung Fu styles originated in northern and southern China.  Generally speaking, Northern Shao-Lin emphasizes more on leg/foot techniques while Southern Shao-Lin emphasizes more on arm/hand techniques, though 
both strive for effectiveness.
Also called the Godlike Form of Ultimate Nothingness.  The practice involves eighteen key words with the characteristic of 
extremely speedy change of intent.  The emphasis is on the training of tendons and energy during free sparring which in turn
helps strengthen the body and mind.
These ancient Chinese health exercises all share a common goal of enhancing the health of the body internally or
externally or both.  They serve as self-healing exercises as well as preventive measures against health problems. 
The four representative weapons in Chinese Martial Arts are curved sword, spear, staff and sword, with spear being the
longest and sword being the most noble and graceful.  Aside from the artistic aspects of different weapon forms, training
with weapons also cultivates agility, coordination of mind, body and the weapon at hand, as well as the unification of the
mind, body and spirit.