class info

FYI: We offer two free classes so you can try us out!

Schedule

Come try us out! New students get 2 free classes!

 
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Tots Class
(Ages 5 to 8)

5:15pm to 6pm
-
5:15pm to 6pm
-
Closed
-
Closed

Kids Class
(Ages 9 to 12)

6pm to 7pm
6pm to 7pm
6pm to 7pm
6pm to 7pm
Closed
3pm to 4pm
Closed

Teens/Adults Class
(Ages 13 and up)

7pm to 8:15pm
7pm to 8:15pm
7pm to 8:15pm
7pm to 8:15pm
Closed
4pm to 6pm
Closed

Lion Dance

-
-
-
-
Closed
6pm to 7pm
Closed

5 Elements
Tai Chi

-
-
-
-
Closed
-
Closed

Registration open all year round.

If there are any questions regarding classes please feel free to contact us or drop by.

CANCELLATION INFO

We try our best not to cancel classes, but there are times we need to especially during inclement weather. Please pay attention to the homepage and also for texts and email sent by the school. If you never received an email or text when the school has been closed or you would like to double check, please call or email us at : announcements@hunggarkungfuliondanceacademy.com
We thank your for your patience and sorry for any inconvenience towards these matters.

There are times that classes will be cancelled due to holidays or performances, here are the details:
Classes will be cancelled if there is a performance that day this is because the travel time and performance may take up most of the day and performances require the skill and talent of all of our instructors to be there. To see when performances are, please refer to the performance schedule below.

Classes will not be held on these holidays:

New Years Eve and Day December 31st and January 1st
Independence Day July 4th
Labor Day 1st Monday in September
Thanksgiving Day 4th Thursday in November
Christmas Eve and Day December 24th and 25th

 

Note: If instructors are available to teach on any of these days we will send out an announcement to open class.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

 

location

Our location is very convenient for drivers and commuters. It is a straight 15 minute walk from Quincy Center Station and has a bus stop right infront (Busses 215, 230, 236, 238). It is 20 minute drive from Boston and conveniently located near I-95 and I-93. Free street parking is available.

Address: 53 Franklin St, Quincy MA 02169

Feel free to contact us with any questions regarding our location or if you have trouble finding it.

 

Instructors

 

head instructor bill

In 1974, Sifu Bill started his Martial Arts training in Cleveland, OH. He studied several styles before meeting Grandmaster Woo in 1986, in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he helped establish the Ping Chiu Kung Fu Academy in 1992. Sifu has extensive experience in teaching Martial Arts. He taught classes at Springfield College, and also coached the Martial Arts team at Western New England College. In 2000, Bill relocated and opened his own school in Atlanta, GA. He moved back to New England in 2011.

Bill is a 10th generation direct descendant of the Shaolin Hung Gar family. He has mastered the understanding and delivery of the most high-level skills passed through the generations. Because of his thorough mastery, Bill is qualified to teach both internal and external styles of Kung Fu and Tai Chi, along with weapons, two-person fighting sets, and internal Qi Gong.

 

FUN FACT: Bill is known in the school for his amazing ability to eat endless amounts of rice.

 

head instructor chris

Chris began kung fu at an early age learning a Northern Praying Mantis style. Years later, he would start learning under Grandmaster Winchell Woo for more than a decade and has become a key member of the school and the performance team. He decided to open and manage this academy in Quincy with the help of his kung fu family. He hopes that his attention to details and his love for the art will help his students grow and become not only well rounded martial artists but also well-rounded people in their daily lives. Chris' goal is to make a lasting kung fu school to continue to share and spread Grandmaster Woo's teachings, promote Chinese culture and traditions, and to support the community.

 

FUN FACT: Chris is currently in pharmacy school and hopes to learn more about Traditional Chinese Medicine using his pharmacy background.

 

Instructor kenrick

Kenrick began his martial arts training with Tae Kwan Do. After some time he was looking for something more and found Grandmaster Woo and has been learning under Grandmaster Woo for many years. Kenrick was a fast learner and excelled quickly through the curriculum. He soon became a passionate lion dancer and has now become the head lion dancer for the school. Becoming well-versed in both kung fu and lion dancing he has been one of the leading instructors of the school, seeking to help and improve each and every single student.

 

FUN FACT: Kenrick is a passionate Jazz pianist. Click here to check him out!

 

assistant lion dance Instructor evan

Evan has always had a passion for lion dancing since he was a young child. He came to the school looking to learn lion dance many years ago and has found a home at our school to where he can continue persuing his lion dance passion. Evan has become an intricate part of the performance team and the school and sought to promote the art and always finds a way to encourage his students and fellow team members.

 

FUN FACT: Even is currently serving in the National Guard; we thank you for your service.

 

assistant lion dance Instructor

little Chris

At a young age, Chris took up lion dancing very fast at our school. His passion and love for lion dancing is evident, and he passes it along to each and every student he sees. Always making a willing effort to help out the school, he embodies the spirit and teaching of the school, proving time and time again to be a role model for the students at the school.

 

FUN FACT: Little is not part of Chris' name, but we call him "Little Chris" because at one point there was so many people named Chris at our school we had to differentiate them and Chris was the littlest out of all of them. Now he's not so little and actually getting too tall to lion dance!