Adult Only Kung Fu Classes in Houston Texas!

Our Kung Fu originates from the Chinese Shaolin Temple. With the purpose of quickly training battle-field-ready warriors, the Shaolin masters drew from their collective experience to flush out only the best, most effective principles, strategies and techniques to form the Ving Tsun system.  In relative secrecysafeguarded by the true Grandmasters, the Kung Fu has been carefully handed down over Hundreds of years, generation to generation. We teach this Kung Fu today, of the most pure and honest form, unchanged by our own ideas.

Through studying the open hand forms, Siu Nim Tao, Chum Kiu, and Bil Ge, students develop battle-field-tested fighting skills and gain mastery over their bodies and minds.  Study of the Wooden Dummy develops the arms and legs to become hardened, precision-fighting instruments.  Weapons training develops an added level of control and power that can be funneled through to the hands for knock-out power and accuracy.  Via the traditional 2 man drills, students become proficient and comfortable with close quarters combat.

Our program is focused on leading students through the Ving Tsun martial arts system so that they may, through their own hard work, develop their own true Kung Fu.

About Ving Tsun Kung Fu

Ving Tsun Kung Fu is an efficient and highly effective system of self-defense in which a student can become competent in a relatively short time. Originally developed in southern China, Ving Tsun is a traditional martial art, yet its unique training methods and principles make it ideal for the modern world. Ving Tsun's specialty is close contact combat, using quick punches and kicks with simultaneous defense. The student must learn to deliver the correct amount of energy, while staying relaxed whenever possible. Ving Tsun training develops proper body structure, posture, and reflexes based on centerline theory rather than relying on physical strength alone, allowing smaller people to overcome bigger stronger opponents. 

Basic Concepts


economy of motion

appropriate use of tension and relaxation

balance and neutrality

structural integrity and mobility

controlling distance

controlled application of force

simultaneous attack and defense