I’m proud to present to you the opportunity to follow in the foot steps of the ‘legendary’ Bruce Lee. Arguably one of the best martial artists in the world. My curriculum has been designed to progress through a structure that works on the principals and methodology of progressive training.
My teachers, Guro Dan Inosanto and Sifu Rick Faye have explained previously that to understand Jeet Kune Do, it is important to have knowledge of Wing Chun, as that is the core of Bruce Lee’s system of training. I can promise you that this journey will be your enlightenment in the arts.
Also I have various programmes ‘for everyone in your family.
Jun Fan Kickboxing (Little Dragons) for Children of all ages.
The kids training is a great fit for all kids ages 5-12. The kids tuition incorporates both punching and kicking to teach your kids skills they can use all their life such as, discipline, hard work, respect and tolerance for others as well as build their self esteem. These days bullying is physical and also in social media. It encourages students to stand tall, live with confidence.
Jeet Kune Do/Jun Fan Gung Fu
Jeet Kune Do/Jun Fan Gung Fu is the training methods and techniques originally developed by Bruce Lee. Jeet Kune Do incorporates four ranges of defense: kicking, punching, trapping hands, and joint locking/grappling. Use of four ranges is unique – most styles practice only one or two ranges.
Bruce Lee researched and experimented with methods from many systems of martial arts, using the essence of these arts in their given ranges. The methods had to be practical and economical, with no wasted motion. Some of the arts he drew from are: Wing Chun Kung Fu, Boxing, Fencing, Savate and Ju Jitsu.
I teach Bruce Lee’s original authentic curriculum and training methods from 1964-1973, as perpetuated by Guro Dan Inosanto.
Doce Pares Multi Style System
Doce Pares is actually the conglomeration of various styles that each founding Master brought into the organization when it was formed in 1932. There were those who favored the Corto (Close Range) while some had Medium or Long Range and even Espada Y Daga (Long and Short Blade) as their specialty. Each style complimented each other and it was indeed to the credit of the leaders of the group that despite the varying styles and principles, they managed to keep the organization intact for so long. Because of this, subsequent members or followers were naturally taught with the different styles that each original Master introduced.This is precisely the one reason that some people are misled even until now about the real style of Doce Pares. Through the years, some Masters have tried to put together and embody in one system these varying principles and styles, and this is what the Doce Pares System is about. Still, there are those who maintain partiality towards a specific type of style (i.e. Corto, Media Larga, Largo Mano, Espada y Daga) and yet still remain, highly regarded exponents of the system.