The instructor

He began Chinese martial arts in 1993 at the Temple School of Kungfu, where he began to learn a style of Hongjiaquan/Hungga Kuen, (Hong/Hung' family style) one of the well known southern Chinese styles, then he went on to learn a style of Nantanglangquan (Southern Praying Mantis style). His teacher, Sifu Professor Y.K. Leung actually learned different styles of Nantanglangquan and Hongjiaquan .


He started to study TaiJiQuan in 2003 and started his own classes in 2009. That foundation helped him to appreciate just how much thought and time the developers of Tai Chi Chuan/Taijiquan must have put in to the system for it still to be relevant to this day and age. But he has not forgotten his roots in Hongjiaquan and he still practises the Liujiaquan/Laugarkuen (Lau's family fist), the first kungfu form he ever learned.


School Training forms, workshops, styles etc)-: laugarkuen, sampochin, lohanquan, sampoyeokiu, sampopaikiu,  sampopikkiu, kungzifuhuquan, nglongbatgwagwan, hongjiajian, sanzhanquan, neigong and qigong in the UK. 

He has trained (XingqishuDaoyinshu) Taijiquan in Hong kong, Ireland, , Netherlands, Slovakia and UK.



Non-school workshops: aikido, bagua zhang bodywork, capoeira, kickboxing, jujitsu, stage & screen combat (unarmed, single sword, rapier & dagger), chen & yang taichichuan, wingchunkuen, sports coaching, teaching of adults, exercise and fitness.



Contact details for Alan;


Mobile tel:

+44 (0) 7947 009 888

Voice or text messages




TaiChi classes:

Mondays 7pm

Fridays 6pm

For Adults (over 18yrs) beginners & long time students

Usually no classes on UK Bank Holidays




St Hilda's Church

(Entrance is on Brockley rd, facing the bus stop, access via buzzer on wall)

Brockley Rd (Courtrai Rd)

Crofton Park

London SE23 1PL


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