About us

Our club

T.I.A. Lund is one of many T.I.A. clubs that together form the Swedish branch of the Tran Loi Minh International Qi Gong and Kung Fu Association. T.I.A. teaches the traditional Southern Shaolin system "Five Forms" under the supervision of our grand master, Dai Si Tran Loi Minh, who lives in Paris.

Five Forms encompasses traditional Kung Fu, Qi Gong, Lion Dance and Tai Chi. T.I.A. Sweden also teaches Sanshou, a Chinese form of competition kick boxing.

T.I.A. Lund has taught the Five Forms Kung Fu system since 1999. Our style, Nam Siu Lam Ng Jing Kyun in Chinese, has its roots in southern China and the Shaolin temple traditions.

T.I.A. Lund is a community where the Kung Fu way of life is the mortar that keeps us together. We share a passion for training, learning, challenging and developing ourselves as we dig deeper into the ancient traditions of our style.

From the very beginning, we've had the opportunity to study and to train within a traditional style of Kung Fu that allows us to grow and develop ourselves, our bodies and our minds, using open hand techniques as well as different kinds of weapon techniques. We use combat as yet another way to challenge ourselves, and to gain a deeper knowledge of the traditions and techniques.

In 2012, the Qi Gong section opened, which allowed us to delve deeper into the Chinese traditions of Taoism, the energetic aspects and the perspective of Yin and Yang, while striving for harmony and balance from within.

We continuously strive towards achieving perfection, working from the outside and in. We challenge ourselves to grow and improve as we live the life of a Kung Fu practitioner.

Every journey starts with a single step, so no matter where you are in life, you're always able to learn, grow and challenge yourself.

We welcome you into to our way of Life!

Examination system

The club uses the graduation system based on our style, Nam Siu Lam Ng Jing Kyun. This system is used by all T.I.A. clubs throughout Sweden.

Code of conduct

Order and discipline are important factors in all our training. This is not only to create good results in our training, but also to create a safe and comfortable environment for learning.

Contact Info

Feel free to contact us through this email address if you have any questions.

A good way to get more information is also to check out our two Facebook pages (see links below).

Social Media

Information about our club events, events shared with other clubs in our association and general social stuff happens in our Facebook group. Please consider joining the group to keep up to date.