Tai Chi Chuan / Tai Ji Quan
Hung Kuen Kung-fu Brno
Classes are held in Czech, but there are always instructors who speak fluent English. Anyway, you need at least basic knowledge of Czech to participate in our classes.
Tai Chi – Tuesday and Thursday 17:15 – 19:15
Kung-fu – Monday and Thursday 18:30 – 20:30
We will accept new students again in January 2023.
You can try Tai Chi for free – dates will be updated for January.
You can try Hung Kuen – dates will be updated for January.
Our school has been operating since 1991.
A training program is based on Chinese culture, traditions and system of teaching. Its not just about fighting, its way of life, it combines both spiritual and physical.
Regardless of your initial intention: you may want to get in shape, you can pick some self-defense course or internal mind and body training. Whatever your preference may be, that’s all included in the traditional way of training.
You can meet new friends, people of the same mindset and develop your social skills, as classes are mixed. And we organize social events where you can meet people from other groups of the kung-fu school.
What you can expect from Tai Chi Chuan training?
Strong and healthy body and mind, energy, self-defense and focused mind flow.
Tai Chi is complete kung-fu system and includes fighting, we are in first part of training more concentrated on health and strength sides of Tai Chi. Thats because most of the people who come to train today have some issues – shortened tendons, back pain, weak muscles, poor body coordination and stability. Plus you start to learn basic movements and techniques plus Tai Chi Chuan form.
After short period of time you start to add more components into your training – partner training, self-defense/fighting, weapons training etc. and some self healing exercises.
Note: If you are interested primarily in self-defense and intensive body training you may check our Hung Kuen Kung-fu classes.
What you can expect from Hung Kuen training?
Blood, sweat and tears. Plus FUN.
Hung Kuen is a complete kung-fu system and it mainly relies on a strong body and powerful techniques. So, the entire training is aimed to support and develop those areas.
You will learn proper postures which not only support your body during exercising techniques but also create strong lower body foundations (legs and hips). Techniques – such as strikes, kicks, throws, locks – create strong arms, shoulders and torso and create good connections between the lower and upper part of your body.
Some additional exercises will develop mainly strengthen your tendons and some your whole body.
Forms provide coordination and stability and start your self-defense training which will be developed during partner training.
Hung Kuen training is definitely not easy but creates a base for a lifetime development, as you can improve and perfect your skills, not only while young, but during the entire course of your life.
Even better than attempting to get your answers by reading this page twice is to give Hung Kuen training a try and you will feel and see what a proper hard kung-fu training stands for.
And if you intend to dive into all a little deeper, you can also be a member of our Lion Dance group. This is a voluntary addition to the Hung Kuen training.
Note: If you are interested primarily in health and internal body and mind training you may check our Tai Chi classes.
Where do you find us in Brno?
We practice at a location in ZŠ nám 28. října 22, Brno.
Most suitable for first classes are any clothes that allow you to move freely. We train with the shoes on.
Private classes can be held at any time during the day according to your schedule or preferences. If you are interested in private classes, contact me via e-mail or call me to: +420 608 711 933.