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合劲道武馆成立数年之久,已经获得广东省体育局经营许可,授教中国传统武术,散打搏击等多种武术项目.本武馆是通过练习武术培养自己的毅力,信心,勇气,培养内在精神,外在体质的完美.目的是为中国传统武术发扬光大.凡热爱中国武术,已满六周岁的适龄儿童或社会人士皆可报名学习。 本武馆在短短几年间,部分优秀学员分别在广东省,广州市,佛山市,香港等地参加比赛并获得金牌,一等奖等等多个优异奖项。其中在广东省第二届传统醒狮集体项目获得一等奖的优异成绩,2005元旦香港西贡龙狮邀请赛武术比赛中获得金牌数面。

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峨眉山白眉派為< 少林五老之道 >白眉道人所創.

白眉道人傳廣惠禪師,在傳竹法禪師,后至清末民初廣東有名之"東江猛虎"張禮泉師傅.張禮泉盡得白眉功夫真傳,將其發揚光大.在數十年間,傳偏中國香港,澳門,東南亞,中美洲及北美洲各地.

白眉合勁道是由劉派白眉、劉泉、劉強、劉輝三父子所創立,在白眉內家拳的基礎上揉合少林及武當之特點所創,取少林之剛,武當之柔.

仿效十种動物:龍,蛇,虎,豹,鶴,獅,象,馬,猴,鷹神態及形象,創編而成的.

其特點:似龍之快,虎之猛,氣勢逼人.

從外表看,出手短,但其形短實長,有力使力,無力借力,功上見奇功,鍛煉身手腳靈活敏捷,力強身體健一門好功夫,更能磨練個人性格,培養堅韌意志力,促進心智成長,從而增強抵抗力 .

合 勁 道

勁:为闪电的力量比喻突然電閃雷鳴,驚彈爆發,如老虎抖毛、猛虎下山、六勁齊發。六勁就是:──牙、頸、膊、腰、手、腳、六勁合一、全身放鬆、精神集中於守點成攻點上,剎那間,身體如觸電,六勁齊發、勁力源源不絕、發出抖彈爆發力。

道:就是武功與武德的拳學之道,不但要內外兼修武功,還要具備練武的良好思想和修養,功夫才會進展,才會延年益壽,進入高深驚人境界的拳掌之道。

White Eyebrow (bak Mei)White Eyebrow is a southern internal style of Chinese Kung Fu.  Its origins come from Say-Choon-O-May-San, a famous region of China know for its martial arts.  The creator of White Eyebrow was Bak Mei, a Toaist who earned the name Bak Mei because of his white colored white brow that he had from a very young age.  The art was passed down and eventually came to be passed to commoners.  Cheung Li Cheun was the first commoner to learn the art of White Eyebrow kung fu.  He took White Eyebrow kung fu and brought it to the public eye where is soon became famous for its fast strikes and great power.  Cheung Li Cheun was able to spread the art to the world through his teaching.

The Lau style of White Brow that is taught at the Academy was created by Master Lau Fai, his brother Master Lau Keung and their father Grand Master Lau Chun.

Their style of White eyebrow takes the primary and fundamental elements of White Eyebrow and combines it with the various other arts that they have learning and been exposed to over a great number of years.  Influencing styles include Shaolin, Mo-Dong and many other styles of kung fu.  Thus the style is comprised of the fundamental principles of White Eyebrow with key distinguishing elements of other styles.

Among the distinguishing features include the hard power of Shaolin, the softness and flow of Mo-Dong as well as the power, demeanor and manner of the various animals notorious to Chinese Kung Fu.  The 10 creatures are: dragon, snake, tiger, leopard, crane, lion, elephant, horse, monkey and eagle.  Especially evident are the speed of the dragon and the ferocity of the tiger.  It is the killer instinct of the tiger that best describes the mind set of a Hup Ging Do practitioner.

Appearance wise, the strikes of Bak Mei look short but are actually quite long.  By dropping the shoulders and bringing the shoulders forward and having the chest and stomach sunken and elbows down and tight to your center line your reach becomes deceivingly long.

Ging is an internal reaction.  Power comes from the hips and legs.  Thus your stance, often referred to as your horse stance when speaking of Kung Fu, is very critical.  The White Eyebrow horse stance is approximately 1/3 smaller then a conventional Kung Fu stance.  This allows for better mobility and faster transitions.  To make up for the lost stability of a smaller stance, the toes clench the ground.  Like the roots of a tree, the toes work to anchor your body to the floor.

To attack the entire body explodes.  The clenching of the teeth combined with the flexion of the neck muscles protects your head from a possible counter attack.  The body is like a bow and your arms are like arrows.  To attack is to release the arrow.

When fighting, a White Eyebrow fighter controls the action.  Always the aggressor, we step in and force yourselves upon the opponent.  Stepping in is critical because it makes your attacks harder to avoid or counter.

When the opponent attacks first, our goal is to strike first.  To accomplish this our counter attacks must be fast thus landing before the opponent does.

Continuous long term training of kung fu allows one to stay in good physical health, remain limber and stay agile and better resist the effects of aging.  White Eyebrow is an art that is suitable for anyone to learn.  The Hup Ging Do Academy welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds.  It is our goal to assist all of our students in developing a stronger mind and spirit.

Dedication, determination and courage are all quality that we hope to help you develop.  Martial arts can help you develop an internal strength that will not back down to any challenge.  These are all qualities that will help you in every aspect of your life.

Over 30 years of training, learning and development has resulted in the development of White Eyebrow Hup Ging Do.  Along with his father and brother, Master Lau has developed this system with the hope to spread their knowledge and experience to the world.  It is his hope that others will see this art, appreciate it and assist in spreading it.  It is Master Lau?s goal to continue to develop peaceful and content students of great power and great physical and mental health.

Hup Ging Do

Ging Power:The term "Ging" in the name "Hup Ging Do" refers to the power that the Hup Ging Do style uses.  "Look-ging-chiy-fat? means the explosion of the six elements of ging power working in unison to create one explosive force.  The six elements of ging are teeth, neck, shoulders, hips, arms and legs.

To generate power one must keep the body very relaxed.  The body responds with explosive force as though struck by lighting.  In a single instance all six components of ging react together to create ging power.  One makes the transition from ultimate softness to ultimate hardness for a single moment before returning to softness and ready for the next explosion.  The more relaxed the body is prior to the strike, the more effectively one is able to generate power.  The sudden jolt of the body is similar to the way a tiger will shake its body dry after emerging from a body of water.  Attacking with ging mimics the attacks of a tiger.  They are swift, sudden and vicious.  When one is able to generate proper power, each attack is like an explosive vibrating shockwave delivered at the opponent.

Explanation of "Do":

The ?Do? in "Hup Ging Do" means the training of the body and mind and understanding the ideology and philosophy behind kung fu.  Martial arts is more then just physical force and combat.  To truly study martial arts is to also adapt a way of thinking and living.  To become a great martial artist once must look beyond the physical body and also seek to strengthen ones mind and find peace of mind.  This is necessary for continual development.  A healthy body and a healthy mind are both elements of a great martial artist.

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