Instructors in Asia Pacific
Tomohiro Susa

Instructor - Wakayama City, Japan

I started learning Kung Fu in April, 2000 in New Zealand when I was 22 years old. I went to New Zealand to study English and one of my teachers trained at NPC and she took me to the training hall.

 

I liked watching Chinese action movie like Jacky Chan when I was a kid. I was interested in Chinese Martial Arts but it is not popular in Japan because we already have many kinds of Japanese martial arts here, such as Karate, Judo, Kendo, Aikido, Iaido, Kyudo, Nihonkenpo, Shorinjikenpo, etc.

 

I had no experience for any martial arts before in Japan, just practice Judo in high school PE class. So I was nervous at the first class but people are friendly, atmosphere is good and skills are amazing. The more I have trained, I found out more I need to learn and I wanted to learn.

 

I have trained about 20 years and learned much more than just how to fight. I know how to move  my body more efficiently with chi to be strong, fast and stable for a long time like a marathon. So physical work like agriculture to help my dad easily. I learned chi gung, so when I am tired I can recover quicker from job stress and illness.

 

Teaching NPC has helped me to think and teach students more logically, to help them understand better.

 

I like NPC people, knowledge, skills, system, history, and more. The way of thinking as a martial artist is making my life richer and deeper and I am always thinking learn always and assume nothing. I’ve really enjoyed training under Sifu Lai and other seniors and have been lucky enough to travel the world to train with many other students.

 

I’d like to share my experience and knowledge with more people in Japan. So I opened my center in Wakayama in 2003. It’s not easy to keep teaching in a different country, with a different culture, different society to where I learned in New Zealand. But I believe a thing of real worth is survived and accepted anywhere, anytime in the world.

       

Why NPC Kung Fu?

 
Learning self defence
Learning to defend yourself or your family is a priority to most people. Our classes deal with various aspects of self defence.
Building friendships
Our classes are a great way to meet new people and make new friends. Friendships are built on a shared interest and understanding.
Meeting new people and making new friends
Our classes are a great way to meet new people. Our students come from all walks of life.
Why NPC Kung Fu is good for kids
Martial arts training is interactive and friendships are built through the many hours of training together.
Taking some time out for yourself
We offer a fun yet focused environment where you can take some time out for yourself.
Learning something new
Our classes are a great way to learn something new and different. We consider ourselves to be the thinking person's art.
Instilling discipline
Discipline can be found in all of our classes and this is often a reason parents send their children to attend our classes.
Getting fit and losing weight
Going to the gym can be boring. Our classes can help you in losing weight, getting fit and having fun.

About Us

 

We are one of the largest and most respected Shaolin Kung Fu schools in the world.

Our style originates from the Shaolin temples in northern and southern China, and is taught at centres around the world.

We employ traditional training methods which have been used for centuries to teach Kung Fu to Shaolin monks, alongside more modern methods to help our students learn self-defence techniques and improve their fitness.

Testimonials

 

Massive sense of achievement

I get a massive sense of achievement from seeing myself improve, and enjoy receiving constructive criticism from my seniors.

Linda Trinh Student member

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