Bamboo Kung Fu - Ontario & Toronto Lockdowwn COVID19 restrictions

Our kung fu schools are not holding indoor classes in accordance to Ontario Lockdown and Toronto's additional directive COVID-19 restrictions. We will hold outdoor in-person martial arts classes according to regular schedule with physical distancing procedures. We will also continue to offer interactive online live streaming classes . Please book a FREE trial class Now

Kung fu classes outdoors Fall 2020 season

We are holding kung fu classes outdoors at nearby parks in current Fall 2020 season for as much as we can to maximize safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are working on plans to address indoor classes. Please check out our FREE trial classes.

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updated on: August 06 2019

Bamboo Kung Fu - our kung fu school


Our fighting system is a combination of over 6,000 years of martial arts tradition, further enhanced by modern strength training, flexibility and performance techniques used by elite athletes and Olympians.


Choi Lee Fut has survived through the centuries as an effective and lethal fighting system, and Bamboo Kung Fu does not believe in throwing out traditional techniques and replacing them with modern systems just for the sake of it. Our training style is a mix of hardcore old-school training and modern-day sports science. We teach you defensive and offensive techniques of traditional Choi Lee Fut for practical application in modern day combat.

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Strength, Stamina, and Flexibility

A martial artist is only as good as his strength, stamina, and flexibility. Each class is designed to develop these traits, using scientifically sound exercises derived from the analysis of global training philosophies of elite athletes in Eastern and Western Europe, China, the United States, and Canada. These techniques were carefully studied for their ability to enhance punching, kicking, and grappling.

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Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa , in his autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom, describes his love of boxing (and why he did it): "I did not enjoy the violence of boxing so much as the science of it. I was intrigued by how one moved one's body to protect oneself, how one used a strategy both to attack and retreat, how one paced onself over a match. Boxing is egalitarian. In the ring, rank, age, color, and wealth are irrelevant . . . I never did any real fighting after I entered politics. My main interest was in training; I found the rigorous exercise to be an excellent outlet for tension and stress. After a strenuous workout, I felt both mentally and physically lighter. It was a way of losing myself in something that was not the struggle. After an evening's workout I would wake up the next morning feeling strong and refreshed, ready to take up the fight again." -(Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom, page 193.)
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If you're tired of punching the air, getting a black belt and still feeling unsure of yourself in a real fight, then Bamboo Kung Fu is for you. Take control of your body and mind with a martial arts tradition that spans the centuries.   Book a FREE trial class now!