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  • Classes Hand Forms - These are a series of moves which are practiced by the student. The moves have been passed down from master to student over many generations and have not been changed in any way. They will develop, with continued practice, good strength internally and externally. This class will improve your stamina and reaction time with continued practice. Self Defence: These are techniques taken from the forms and used in practice with a partner simulating street attacks.
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  • Code of Conduct of the Paisley School of Hung Fut Kung Fu 1. The Master of the school is referred to and addressed as Sifu. 2. A salutation or bow is given to the Sifu when entering or leaving the school and leaving the Kwoon (school). 3. The use of profanity is not allowed within the school. 4. Always come to class well groomed and clean. Wear the appropriate school uniform. Jewellery and watches should be removed before class. 5. Be punctual for classes. If you are late, warm up on your own outside so as not to interrupt the rest of the class, then ask the Sifu for permission to enter the class. 6. If you are unable to attend the class, notify the Sifu. 7. Unnecessary discussions are discouraged. Talking is not allowed during the lesson except when asking pertinent questions. Have non-related discussions after class. 8. Do not interrupt the Sifu when he/she is teaching, this is seen as a lack of respect. Do not disrupt any other student's class or practice. 9. Do not teach what you have learned to anyone else, including students within the school, without the Sifu's permission. 10. Treat your fellow students with respect. Think of their progress as well as your own. Help each other practice and use control at all times. 11. Keep a clear mind and healthy body. 12. Maintain a kind and respectful image wherever you go. Practice with confidence, not a conceited attitude. 13. Treat the Kwoon (school) and all its equipment with respect. Clear up after yourself and do not leave weapons or other equipment lying about.
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  • History of Kung Fu developed in the Hunan province of China in the 5th Century AD. A famous Buddhist monk, Da Mo, came from India to China and spent many years teaching Buddhism at the Shaolin Temple. During this period of his life he developed a system of physical and breathing exercises which developed into what is now known as Kung Fu. The physical exercises were devised by watching and imitating the movements of different animals. Da Mo took the best of what nature had to offer and combined it into a system which mankind could use and understand. Breathing exercises were developed to improve health and strength to the bodies inner organs.
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  • Paisley School of Kung Fu teaches this traditional style of Kung Fu which will enhance strength, flexibility, stamina and self confidence.Techniques taught include: hand forms, weapon forms, fighting forms, conditioning and self defence.
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  • Instructors Grandmaster Raymond Man, Ying Nap Man (Raymond Man) started his Hung Fut Pai training at the early age of 13 under the 7th Generation Grandmaster Hung Yu Cheung up in till his early death in the seventies. He then continued his training with the 8th Generation Grandmaster Hung Sui Sum where he spent a futher 10 years or so mastering every aspect of the fist, weapons, forms, lion dance and traditional chinese herbal medicine within the Hung Fut System. Senior Student Sifu Iain Paterson.
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  • Lineage of the Hung Fut Pai Kung Fu from around 1650 AD to current Grandmaster Raymond Man, Glasgow Scotland.
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  • Paisley School of Kung Fu teaches this traditional style of Kung Fu which will enhance strength, flexibility, stamina and self confidence.Techniques taught include: hand forms, weapon forms, fighting forms, conditioning and self defence.
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  • Lion Dance Lion and Dragon Dance embraces the beauty, art, culture, traditions, and history of China. A good performance is believed to bring luck and happiness. Gestures and movements that closely mimick the emotions of the mystical animal tells the story behind the performance.
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  • Paisley school of Hung Fut Kung Fu. Membership You are welcome to come along and observe one of our classes and speak with the instructor, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have about joining the Paisley School of Kung Fu.
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