​Hung Gar is one of the best known styles of kung fu from southern China today, notably thanks to the famous Wong Fei Hong (1850-1933). 
Hung Gar is characterized by its low and stable positions, its powerful attacks mainly developed with the arms, its numerous blocks with the work of internal energy. 
 Often called “tiger and crane style”, it nevertheless uses postures imitating the 5 animals and the 5 elements:
the Dragon, the Tiger, the Crane, the Leopard and the Snake; Earth, Metal, Water, Wood and Fire. 
Style includes:  
 5 shapes with bare hands. 4 shapes with partner with bare hands. 12 shapes with weapons. 8 shapes with weapons and partner.

We have represented the school of Master Y.C.Wong since 1995

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Pek kwar (4 forms with bare hands and 8 forms with weapons), famous boxing of the emperor's guard. Cutting (or slashing) handsgenealogie.genealogie

Style of the praying mantis, an insect with forearm movements and rapid and powerful movements.
The system overwhelms opponents with attacks that are as fast as they are precise, with dislocations, hooks and slaps.
 Formidably efficient, it is an offensive and confusing style where each movement is carefully planned. Fabien Latouille learned this style in China during workshops that he organized in Master Liu's school with a friend of his (see eagle). Trained by Li and a great friend of Master Liu, Li deyu who was a Sanda Instructor of the China Criminal Police Academy

Ying Chuan (eagle) is the rock eagle system. Rock eagle kung fu (southern eagle style) Composed of 128 techniques (snatching, leaping, twirling, rolling, etc.) , this style comes from the Taoist mountains of the Langshan Mountains. Learned for 15 years from the hermit Master Jiang.
 Master Liu Hong gained his notoriety thanks to competitions and especially the numerous films in which (actor or choreographer).
This branch is recognizable by the typical postures (now adopted in the other branches). Fabien Latouille learned for 15 years from the master and organizes courses in France and abroad. Every year Fabien and Saline return to China to visit since 1995. 
He is the adoptive “grandfather” of their children. 
The style includes 28 unarmed forms and 18 with weapons.
 Fabien is the master's sole successor and he is happy to share the style

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Le Choy Li Fut (cai li fo, Choi Lee Fut) est l'une des écoles d'arts martiaux traditionnels de Chine avec une histoire de plus de 170 ans. Le fondateur est Chen Heng (1806-1875). En 1836, il créa un système d'arts martiaux combinant de multiples techniques de boxe, que Chan Heung avait appris des professeurs issus des traditions du Nord et du Sud, ce qui ajoute à sa polyvalence, avec à la fois l'attaque et la défense, ainsi que la force et la douceur.

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