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HOK KOON KUNG FU CLUB (Est. 1967)

                   

Hok Koon Kung Fu

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Grandmaster
J. V. Fletcher
Hok Koon Kung-Fu was developed from the Crane System (Pak Hok). The style focused upon weaknesses in the Crane system and made a more "complete" fighting system. Pak Hok was based on power generated from long stances and fully extended limbs; this basis left various defensive weaknesses. The long movements of Pak Hok were condensed; these shortened movements harnessed the internal energy of the body to replace power. These modifications also allowed mind and body to work in a balanced, harmonised state.

The Hok Koon system embodies all effective fighting styles; evasions, strikes, locks, pressure points, take downs etc. are all incorporated. These destructive aspects of Hok Koon Kung-Fu are balanced against a strong philosophical content of non-aggression. Any student, who uses the art for his own ends, does so at their peril;

Hok Koon Kung-Fu was developed as a secret family style approximately 200 years ago in the mid Ching dynasty. The style focused upon weaknesses in the Pak Hok system, and made a more "complete" fighting system. Pak Hok was based on power generated from long stances and fully extended limbs; this basis left various defensive weaknesses. The Fu family, following an ancestral line of Pak Hok masters, were the family who developed the Hok Koon system. The long movements of Pak Hok were condensed; these shortened movements harnessed the internal energy of the body to replace power. These modifications also allowed mind and body to work in a balanced, harmonised state.

 

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Hok Koon Kung Fu
Trimpley Village Hall
School Lane
Trimpley
Bewdley
Worcestershire
DY12 1NZ

Every Sunday
10am-11am Children
11am-1pm Adults

(Adults can train full three hours at no extra cost)

Phone Instructors
07834 326 978
07955 143 102
07854 986 486