Zhuan Jiao Kuan, Chinese Boxing Association, is a dynamic, modern kung-fu style. Our training system is based on traditional Chinese long-fist kung-fu, but also incorporates elements of other martial arts along with modern training methods and a practical approach to self-defence.
Our training syllabus includes blocks and strikes using all parts of the legs and arms, and also incorporates joint locks, take-downs and throws. We utilise a wide range of techniques from basic punching and kicking through to more complex jumping and spinning kicks. There is a particular emphasis on the development of practical fighting skills and unlike some martial arts we have no restriction on techniques with the aim being to teach students how to fight rather than how to compete within a specific set of rules. Many of our students have competed successfully in various arenas, including knock-down karate, kickboxing, san shou and muaythai and all of our instructors have full-contact fight experience. In addition to the unarmed martial art, Zhuan Jiao Kuan black belts learn to use the long staff and senior black belts work with the broadsword and other traditional weapons.