☯ Practical Self-Defence.

☯ Chi Gung dynamic Yoga.

Kung Fu in the park. New students welcome.

Get your first two sessions free.

Text – “Kung Fu {your name}” to 0755 466 1680 for more information

What is Hung Kuen For

Everything that you learn in Hung Kuen has an application for self-defence. There is much more to Hung Kuen than just self-defence; there is yoga, aerobic fitness, health, traditional medicine, competition, art and more. But the thing that makes Hung Kuen different from plain yoga or aerobics is that you learn to defend yourself.

You will learn


Striking with power. Avoiding and controlling punches and kicks.


Using leverage to apply locks. Avoiding joint and muscle locks.


How to unbalance, uproot, and throw an opponent. How to keep your own balance.

Vital points

Understanding anatomy and medicine to attack vulnerable points.


Cultivating energy for health and vitality, and using it in defence and attack.


Avoid potentially harmful situations. Diffuse potentially harmful situations. Use measured force to escape harmful situations.


Using a wide range of weapons such as: the staff, sword, dagger, spear and walking stick to strike, trap, throw, and attack vital points

Who is Hung Kuen For?

Kung Fu works for all shapes of body

The whole point of Kung Fu is that it is for everybody. It doesn’t matter whether you are tall or short, big or small, male or female. This is the art for you.

It is an ideal art for women

The foundations of Hung Kuen are balance, natural movement, and good body mechanics. This makes it a perfect art for women.

You do not need to be super fit to start Kung Fu

Kung fu is for ordinary people. You do not need to be particularly fit to take up Kung Fu. Practising the art will build and sustain your health and fitness. There is no upper age limit.

There is an age requirement

At West London Kung Fu we practice traditional training methods and applications. These are not suitable for children under the age of 14. We do not offer classes for children under 14.


Practicing Hung Kuen

  • Improves coordination
  • Improves posture and balance
  • Improves flexibility and strength of joints and muscles
  • Reduces stress
  • Increases aerobic fitness
  • Increases health
  • Practices mindfulness
  • Cultivates energy so that you look and feel younger

and on top of everything, it’s fun!

The Tradition

The club is part of the Wei-t-o Kung Fu organisation. Wei-t-o was founded by Sifu Geof Hasbrouck to preserve the arts of the Ti Ku Sam Lineage. Sifu Hasbrouck died in 2018. He left the lineage to long time student Wayne Armstrong. Tragically Wayne died in 2018. Their students continue their work by passing on the understanding of the art and, more importantly, by sharing the joy of practising traditional Kung Fu.

The organisation has instructors specialising in different areas of Kung Fu from healing medicine to fighting in the ring. There are over 280 years of martial arts experience represented in this photo.

FAQ and Contact (0755 466 1680)

How can I find out more ?

The best way to find out more is to give us a try.

Text “Kung Fu {your name}” to 0755 466 1680 for more information.

Where do you train?

We are based in Teddington, West London. There are good rail connections to central London. We are on the 281, 285, R 68 and 33 bus routes.

We train outdoors in Bushy Park.

When do you train?

There is one class each week on Saturday mornings from 10 till 11.

What should I wear?

We train in a  loose fitting top, loose fitting trousers and light shoes. E.g. trainers.


Your first session is free. Classes are £5 a session. There is no joining fee but Member to Member insurance is around £20 a year.

Who is the instructor?

My name is Tom Bayley. I am fifty years old and I am a qualified teacher working in adult education. I began studying Hung Kuen in 1994 and I opened the West London club as an instructor in 2006.


We do not offer classes for children in Teddington.


Text – “KUNG FU with your name” to 0755 466 1680 for more information