A martial arts style is defined by the problem it seeks to solve, and the quality of a martial artist is measured by the earnestness with which the practitioner applies him/herself to the solution.”

Most martial arts clubs focus exclusively on dealing with a single opponent. What if you face more than one person at the same time? Do you have the skills and knowledge you require to survive?

Awareness of multiple attackers radically transforms how a martial art is trained – even how to throw a punch needs revision!

This is the central problem which must be solved to be a complete martial artist. We will give you the tools you require to not only survive, but thrive in the chaos of a group encounter. You will learn how to find your own path as both a person and martial artist, with the end goal being freedom and self-mastery. It is an exhilarating and deeply satisfying journey.

Are you ready to try a new approach to martial arts in a challenging but supportive setting? Learn more by following the ‘About Us’ link at the top of the page. Your first week of training is free – we look forward to meeting you and sharing the modern art of Lei Quan Gong.

 

The Queensland Government provided an ‘Active Clubs’ grant of $2000 and a ‘COVID SAFE Active Clubs Kickstart’ grant of $2000 and a ‘Active Restart Infrastructure Recovery Fund’ grant of $1766 to the UQ Kung Fu Club for equipment to enable Queenslanders to participate in sport and recreation activities.