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Considered lost in the early 1800’s. the White Tiger Kung Fu System remains one of the most secretive, mysterious, and powerful systems in the world today.

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Chief Instructor is Grandmaster Joel Rizzo

White Tiger Kung Fu (or “Bak Fu Pai” in Cantonese) is an internal martial arts system that originated in Southern China. Also known as “The Emperor’s Art,” Bak Fu Pai is a “complete” martial arts system that contains a series of forms, exercises, meditations, herbal knowledge, and much, much more.


Q Our Mission/Goal

We are committed to helping our students achieve their full potential and reach their goals, whether it be improving their physical fitness, learning self-defense techniques, or competing at a higher level.

Q Things included in Kids Program

Our kids program is not just about learning martial arts techniques, it's about building confidence, self-esteem, and a sense of accomplishment. We are dedicated to providing a positive and supportive environment where children can have fun, make new friends, and grow as individuals.

Q Things included in Teens/Adults Program

Forms or Kata: Forms or kata are pre-arranged sequences of techniques that are performed in a specific order. These forms are used to teach proper technique, improve muscle memory, and enhance discipline and focus.

Q History of Martial Arts

The history of martial arts in the United States can be traced back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when various Asian martial arts styles were introduced to the country. One of the first martial arts to gain popularity in the United States was judo, which was brought over by Japanese immigrants in the late 1800s. Judo was later popularized in the United States by Mitsuyo Maeda, a Japanese judoka who traveled to the country and taught the art to students and law enforcement officers.