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Chesapeake Kung Fu & Tai Chi

Chinese Martial Arts At Its Best!

March 2020

"Persistence is the ability to maintain actions regardless of your feelings.

You press on even when you feel like quitting. When you work on any big goal your motivation will wax and wane like the waves hitting the shore. Sometimes you'll feel motivated, sometimes you won't, but it is not your motivation that creates results - it's your actions."

-Zig Ziglar

Traditional Martial Arts

Traditional martial arts training refers to training in a martial art that is rooted in the tenets set forth by the original master of the art. Subsequent masters are chosen to carry on the traditional teachings of that particular art. Often, the traditional martial art is rooted in a country’s history.

As such, traditional martial arts training implies that a student uphold the philosophical principles of the art and practice its techniques in a fashion similar to the style’s natural progression.

The lineage between students and masters is very important in traditional martial arts training.

Our Kung Fu style, a traditional Northern Longfist called Huaquan (Glorious Boxing), can be traced from Sigung to his teacher Master Chen Hei Fuk who learned from his father and the last recorded grandmaster of this style, Cai Guiging.

Our Tai Chi style, traditional Yang style was taught to Sigung by Master Kai Chi Leung and Master Lin Lin Han, son in law and daughter of the famous master Han Chin Tang who was a direct student of Yang Chen Fu.

We are proud to pass on a legacy of knowledge that has been handed down for thousands of years. We strive to teach the highest quality authentic kung fu and Tai Chi, which is not easily found these days, in a welcoming, safe, and positive environment which focuses on the development of each individual as they learn and grow at their own pace.