Please note the slight change to classes over the next couple of weeks. As there have been several disruptions already through March and April, adult Kung Fu classes and Fighting Fit classes will continue throughout the school holidays. Kids, juniors and Tai Chi/Qi Gong classes will have the following breaks:

There will be no Kids or Juniors classes for two weeks commencing Monday 15th April due to school holidays. Kids and Juniors classes will resume on Monday 29th April.

There will be no Tai Chi/Qi Gong for one week, commencing Monday 15th April. These classes will return to normal on Monday 22nd April. However, please note that there is no class on Thursday 25th April due to the ANZAC Day public holiday.

All adult Kung Fu classes and Fighting Fit classes will continue as normal throughout this time.

Additionally, we have a couple of events coming up. The next adults Kung Fu grading will be on Saturday May 4th from 9am till 12 noon at the Masonic Hall on Collins Street. Talk to Sifu Alan or Si Jie Halinka if you’d like to grade. If you’re keen to grade, but can’t make that morning, have a chat with Sifu Alan and we’ll sort something out.

There will be a Kung Fu Pole Seminar on Saturday June 1st from 9am till 5pm (with a 2 hour break for lunch). This seminar is to learn aspects of Kung Fu pole fighting and is open to anyone, whether you’re a Kung Fu student or not. Details below.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please call Sifu Alan on 0414 445 579 or email to [email protected]


Kung Fu Pole Seminar

The primary weapon within the Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu system is the long pole. This seemingly simple weapon lays the foundation for all future weapons training and highlights any weaknesses in a student’s stance and general technique.

The long pole, or gwan, can be used as a “single-headed” or a “double-headed” weapon.

This six hour seminar with International Master, Sifu Alan Baxter, will teach the Sup Baat Yum Yeong Gwan (The 18 Yin Yang Pole) and the opening sections of the Seung Gap Dan Gwan (Double Headed Single Pole). These forms are a great introduction to the gwan and a solid foundation for ongoing syllabus study.

High quality poles will be supplied and included in the seminar price for people to take home.



When: Saturday June 1st, 2013, 9.00am – 5.00 pm (inc. 2 hour lunch break)

Cost: $95 per person, includes an oakwood pole to take home
($75 for people who bring their own pole – only approved poles allowed)

Contact Sifu Alan with any questions and to book your place: 0414 445 579