Why NPC Kung Fu?

 
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.
Dealing with bullying
Our training helps our children grow in confidence, which fosters a positive behaviour and prevents any tendencies to want to bully.
Why NPC Kung Fu is good for adults
Our classes provide a fun environment where adults can escape from life pressures.
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.
Master Lai’s Message to Direct Black Belts
Dear Direct Black belts, There is simply no way for me to set the HQ BB afternoons to suit every single direct black belt of mine, and even less so for all the NPC black belts.  I had no intention of seeking to do this. The second Saturday afternoon of each month has been picked
Gym etiquette during Coronavirus epidemic
If you feel unwell and have either a fever, a bad cough or cold, it is best to stay away from class and see a doctor or get some medication. Frequently clean hands by using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.  Wash your hands before and after training for at least 30 seconds, with
Why NPC Kung Fu is good for kids
Martial arts training is interactive and friendships are built through the many hours of training together.
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

 

A great release

I find the training sessions both meditative and a great way to release through exercise whilst learning about the system.

Madeleine Bonham Jones Student member

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