World Eagle Claw Association


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Traditional 'Eagle Claw' Style Kung Fu /  Martial Arts in: Aldershot and Frimley

With instructor Matt Williams


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Kids lining up for class

Children in our Family Class lining up to bow in

Lion Dance Aldershot 2017

Our school at Aldershot's Victoria Day Parade, with our school's Lion Dance team!

Training in threes

Flexibility drills during our adults class

"I would recommend this class to anyone wanting to learn in a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere, from a teacher who has the patience to teach beginners and the expertise to teach the more experienced". Louisa Peers

Kung Fu is more than a martial art.  Our training also helps with:

The World Eagle Claw Association (WECA) provides training for all of these areas, whether you're new to martial arts or already have experience.

Talk to Matt about what you personally are looking to get from practicing a Traditional Chinese Martial Art system.

Matt Williams currently holds classes in Aldershot and Frimley; with students from the surrounding towns in the Surrey and north Hampshire/Hants area.

Contact us to get a training schedule or to talk to an instructor. 

Our Typical Class Routines

Some classes will have these in different orders, or may end up focusing on one particular area, all depending on the requirements of the members at the class.

A brief history of our style

Founded by Gini Lau, 8th generation and youngest daughter of the late Grand Master Lau Fat Mang, WECA focuses on training individuals of all ages in the traditional Chinese Kung Fu style of Eagle Claw.  

In additional to being a notable martial arts instructor, Lau Fat Mang used his skill when fighting in the Second World War.
He assembled and trained a special forces troop named the 19th Regiment Dai Do Brigade, or broadsword brigade, which specialised in night raids on enemy encampments during the Japanese occupation of China.
The illustrious exploits of the Dai Do Brigade are still considered a significant feat in China today.

The roots of Eagle Claw Kung Fu can be traced back over 850 years to the Sung Dynasty, where the core system was created by General Yui Feh.  This legacy continues today.