About the Club


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Aberaeron Nam Pai Chuan Kung Fu Club was set up in Febuary 2004 by Alun Rishko, a qualified fourth degree black belt instructor who has been practicing Nam Pai Chuan since 1992.

Our system is called Nam Pai Chuan Gaocan Mun Kung Fu and our origins lie in the Shaolin style known as “Fatt Gar Kuen” as taught in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia.

The historical roots of the style lie in the monastic Shaolin tradition in the southern Fukien province of China.

The best known Grandmaster of this style was the renowned Cho Si Seh-Koh-San who was, until his death in 1960, the Chief Abbot of the Shaolin Siong Lim temple in Singapore.

Our classes are held at the Leisure Centre, Aberaeron on Thursday evenings, and the Memorial Hall, Aberaeron on Sunday evenings.

If you are thinking of taking up Kung-Fu then you are welcome to come along and take part in one of our training sessions.

For more information visit our Contact page.