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Announcement: CHANGES TO SATURDAY CLASSES

From Saturday 1st October, there will be some changes to the Saturday morning class timetable:

Tiny Tigers – 4-6 years – 9-9:40am
Little Leopards – 6-10 years – 9:45-10:45am
Young Dragons – 10-15 years – 11:00am-12:30pm

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Train using methods refined over centuries

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The Yee’s Hung Ga Kung Fu Academy offers the complete martial system of Hung Ga Kung Fu, an authentic martial art that can be traced back to the Shaolin Temple in Southern China.

Regular training includes self-defence, fitness, hand forms, weapon forms, lion dance, qi gong, and body conditioning.

Although known for its devastating and powerful close-range techniques, and its utilization of the 5 animals and 5 elements of traditional Shaolin philosophy, this system offers mental and spiritual growth achieved through rigorous internal and external training, proven life management philosophies and silent introspection.

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  1. From Saturday 1st October, there will be some changes to the Saturday morning class timetable:

    Tiny Tigers – 4-6 years – 9-9:40am
    Little Leopards – 6-10 years – 9:45-10:45am
    Young Dragons – 10-15 years – 11:00am-12:30pm

  2. Edinburgh Promotions

    Tests this Summer saw many students achieve new rank:

    • 10 new Yat Cup Juniors
    • 5 new Yat Cup Seniors
    • 6 new Yee Cup Juniors
    • 9 new Yee Cup Seniors
    • 3 new Saam Cup Seniors

    Well done everyone.

    Congratulations especially to Hannah Dawson for achieving the rank of Jo Gow (black belt)!

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