5:15pm - 6:30pm
|Start Date||27th Feb|
|Time||5:15 - 6:30pm|
|Start Date||24th April|
Although Yu Shih Tao Kung Fu can trace its distant origins to the Hsuan Shu Monastery in the remote gorges of Szechwan, we strive today to be a modern, combative art — an integrated combat system that combines striking, grappling and weapons defence strategies from a variety of ranges and situations.Progressive in our approach to training, we emphasise effective fighting methods and concentrate on the rapid acquisition of practical techniques. Students of Yu Shih Tao are expected to nurture a club atmosphere of mutual respect and cooperation. We are non-competitive, and no grades or coloured belts are awarded. Chris Bishop teaches Yu Shih Tao Kung Fu at the ANU.
For more information, visit the club's website here.
A security professional, Chris has trained Australians for operational roles in more than 30 countries,including Peacekeeping and Peace-monitoring deployments in 5 war zones.