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FWC is a complete fighting system. It incorporates fighting principles to suit every body-type and personality, and has a defence to counter any attack.
Because of its complexity, the system is often known as a "scholar's style", suitable for students who wish to take their skill to the highest possible level.
It is a realistic self-defence system which has survived the tests of time. Founded by a woman, it does not rely on brute strength for its effectiveness.
The Crane is a Chinese symbol of happiness and longevity and Crane style exercises are renowned in China for improving the general wellbeing of the practitioner. As well as developing all muscle groups, Fujian White Crane Kung Fu exercises increase flexibility, improve lung capacity, strengthen the joints and increase bone density. There is much more to this style than fighting. It is a complete system for better health.
Head Instructor Karim Daoud has taught FWC Kung Fu and Tai Chi for over 18 years, if you would like to contact him, email him at email@example.com
Training is held all year round, both during term time and during the vacations. We train Wednesdays at the University Social Club (on Mill Lane, we're in the room at the far end of the bar, ground floor) and Fridays at the Jesus Lane Friends Meeting House (as you enter the building, room is in front of you on your right).
Training times for both days are:
18.30 to 19.30 Tai Chi
19.30 to 20.30 Kung Fu
20.30 to 21.30 Sparring
With the society being 10 years old now, a growing network of Alumni have formed who continue training with FWC in London and around the world.
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