*Learn Kung Fu in the lineage of Yip Man, the legendary grandmaster who taught Bruce Lee.
*Discover the ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi, a powerful system of “moving meditation” that cultivates the health of mind and body.
Sounds interesting? Join us for the Moy Yee San Jong Open House on October 13 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. You will have a chance to speak with Sifu Henry Moy Yee (a grandmaster with 40+ years of teaching experience), tour the school, watch exciting demonstrations and participate in free mini classes. You might even learn a technique or two!
Schedule of events:
- 2-3pm: Kids Demo & Class
- 3-4pm: Adults Demo & Class
- 4-5pm: Tai Chi Demo & Class
Feel free to stop by any time between 2PM and 5PM. Bring a friend! See you there!
Sifu Henry Moy Yee was invited by Dorothy Kehl, Director of English as a Second Language, to conduct a seminar in Brooklyn College to discuss the relevance of Chinese martial arts. The seminar consisted of a lecture by Sifu regarding the history, theory and application of Tai Chi and Ving Tsun Kung Fu and was followed by Chi-Sau demonstrations. The Brooklyn College students themselves were invited to participate in several of the drills.
On an unseasonable warm sunny day in January, Moy Yee Kung Fu School held another Bai Si Ceremony for 6 new disciples of Sifu Henry Moy Yee to join the growing kung fu family. The new
members of the family are Wesley Chong, Nicole Duquette, Stephane Levy, Lushi Li, Carmine Carannante, and Jenny McLaughlin. At the same time, we also held a graduation ceremony for Level 2 Chum Kiu. Congratulations to Richard Gomez, Medwin Pang, Brendan Enright, Adam
Shackelford, and John Salvato for your achievements and many success
in Biu Ji.
MerryX’mas from Moy Yee Kung Fu School 2011.
Members of the Columbia University Moy Yee Kung Fu Club visits MYSJ.
Students from Professor William’s History of Martial Arts class takes a field trip to MYSF to learn about Chinese Kung Fu. During their visit, they learned about the history of Chinese Kung fu and got hands-on practice of Tai Chi.
The Moy Yee Kung Fu Family extends its condolences to the friends, family, and students of our Si Baak Gong, Kwok Fu. This past summer, members of the Moy Yee Kung Fu Family were extremely fortunate to visit Si Baak Gong Kwok Fu at his home, where he not only generously shared with us some of his time, but he also recounted some of his experiences in his personal kung fu journey. It was a great honor to be in the presence of a man who had such a tremendous impact upon the Ving Tsun community, and his contributions will continue to influence future generations of kung fu practitioners. We express our deepest sympathy and we share in mourning of the passing of this great man with many around the world.