List of Kung Fu Styles

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Kung Fu Styles

Bafaquan – Eight Methods
Baguazhang (Bagua Zhang) – Eight Trigrams Palm
Bajiquan – Eight Extremes Fist
Bak Mei – White Eyebrow
Black Tiger Kung Fu
Chaquan – Cha Fist
Changquan – Long Fist
Chuo Jiao – Poking Feet
Chow Gar – a form of Southern Praying Mantis
Choy Gar – also known as Rat Kung Fu
Choi Lei Fut
Dachengquan – Great Achievement Boxing (Yiquan)
Ditangquan – Ground-Prone Fist, Ground Tumbling Boxing
Do Pi Kung Fu
Dragon Kung Fu (Lung Ying)
Duan Quan – Short Range Boxing
Emeiquan (O Mei Ch’uan)
Fanziquan – Overturning Fist, Tumbling Boxing
Feng Shou – Hand of the Wind
Five Ancestors – Wuzuquan or Ngo Cho Kun
Five Animals
Fujian White Crane
Fu Jow Pai – Tiger Claw System (also titled Black Tiger Kung Fu or Hark Fu Moon)
Fut Gar – Buddhist Palm
Gouquan – Dog Fist
Hong Cha
Hop Gar
Houquan – Monkey Fist
Drunken Monkey
Heihuquan: see Black Tiger Kung Fu
Hsing-i Ch’uan: see Xingyiquan
Huaquan – China Fist
Hung Fut – Hung and Buddha style kung fu
Hung Gar ( also known as Hung Ga or Hung Kuen) – Shaolin Style and ancestor to many southern styles
I Liq Chuan – Mind-Body Art, founded by Chin Lik Keong of Malaysi
Jeet Kune Do – Way of The Intercepting Fist
Jing Wu Men – Jing Wu, a famous school founded in Shanghai that teaches several different styles.
Jing Quan Do – a modern synthetic style
Jow-Ga Kung Fu – Jow family style Kuntao – Way of the Fist
Kuen-Do – Way of The Fist
Lau Gar – Lau family style
Lai-Ga-Sau – A recently created separate branch based in the United Kingdom
Lai Tung Pai – Shaolin Style that mixes long and short fist
Lama Pai
Leopard Kung Fu
Li (Lee) Family – Li Family or Lee Family styl
Liu Seong Kuntao (also Liu Seong Gung Fu, Liu Seong Chuan Fa) – A Chinese art with Indonesian influence, practiced primarily in the United States
Liuhebafa Chuan (Liu He Pa Fa, Lok Hup Ba Fa) – Six Harmonies, Eight Methods or Water Boxing
Luohan Quan Arhat Boxing, Law Horn Kuen
Mei Hua Quan (Plum Blossom Fist)
Mian Quan (Cotton Boxing)
Mizongyi (Mizongquan) – Lost Track Fist (also known as My Jong Law Horn)
Mok Gar – Mok family style
Monkey Kung Fu see Houquan
Nam Pai Chuan
Nan Quan – Southern Fist
Northern Praying Mantis
Northern Shaolin – Bak Sil Lum
Pai lum – White Dragon, Pai Family Method, a modern style based on Kenpo with Chinese influences found mainly in the US and Canada
Paochui – Cannon Fist, Sanhaung Paochui
Piguaquan – Chop-Hitch Fist, Axe-hitch boxing
Praying Mantis: see either Northern or Southern Praying Mantis
Sanda or Sanshou – Free Fighting
San Soo
Shaolin Nam Pai Chuan – Southern Shaolin Boxing
Shaolin Quan
Shen Lung Kung Fu – Modern variations of Southern style Chinese martial arts based in the United States
Shequan – Snake Fist
Shuai Chiao (Shuaijiao) – Chinese Wrestling
Southern Praying Mantis
Tai Chi Chuan (Tai Chi Chuan, Taijiquan) – Supreme Ultimate Boxing

  • Chen style tai chi chuan
  • Yang style tai chi chuan
  • Wu/Hao style tai chi chuan
  • Wu style tai chi chuan
  • Sun style tai chi chuan

Tantui – Spring Leg style
Tibetan White Crane
Tien Shan Pai
Tongbeiquan – Through-the-Back Fist
White Crane: see either Fujian White Crane or Tibetan White Crane
Wing Chun – See also Wing Tsun
Wudangquan
Wu Wei Gung Fu – “The Spontaneous Movement of the Gung Fu”. A modern composite style containing elements of Jeet Kune Do, Wing Chun and other martial arts
Xingyiquan (Hsing-i Chuan) – Form-Intent Fist
Yau Kung Mun – Flexible-Power Style
Yingzhaoquan – Eagle Claw Fist
Yuejiaquan – Yue family Fist/Boxing
Yiquan ( I Ch’uan) – Mind Boxing
Zhuan Shu Kuan – A modern composite style containing elements of Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai and Changquan. It is based in the United Kingdom
Zi Ran Men – Natural Boxing or “fist of nature”
Zui Quan – Drunken Fist