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Welcome to the KungFu-Schule Berlin e.V.

  • We are a women, lesbian, trans, inter-open organisation with feminist perspectives on sport, martial arts and social issues.
  • At the moment Mascha Rohner (mainly), Uli Ertl, Mer, Therese Koppe, Andrea Pfütze, Dana Lorenz are teaching. We try to speak in a gender-neutral way. Mascha Rohner (überwiegend), Uli Ertl, Mer, Therese Koppe, Andrea Pfütze, Dana Lorenz. Wir versuchen, geschlechtsneutral zu sprechen. 
  • Several languages are spoken in the group (German, Brazilian, English, French, Greek, Polish, Spanish). Each of the trainers can teach in several languages and also provide supportive translation from the group. 
  • The trainees are currently between 15 and 56 years old.
  • The halls in which we currently train are wheelchair accessible.
  • People with physical limitations (temporary or permanent) are very welcome to train with us. We look together at what the trainer and you can do and embark on a learning process together. 


Every Monday at 19.15 at Circus Schatzinsel, May-Ayim-Ufer 4, 10997 Berlin

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Focus beginners

When: Mondays
Meditation: 18:50 h to 19.05 h
Training: 19.15 h to 20.45 h
Location: Circus Schatzinsel, May-Ayim-Ufer 4, 10997 Berlin
U1 Schlesisches Tor, Bus 265 U Schlesisches Tor

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Focus slightly advanced

When: Thursdays
Training: 19.15 h to 21 h
Location: Familienzentrum, Adalbertstr. 23B, 10997 Berlin

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Focus advanced

When: Tuesdays
Meditation: 18:50 h to 19.05 h
Training: 19:15 h to 21:00 h
Location: Familienzentrum Adalbertstr. 23 B, 10997 Berlin

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Sundays: Free training in the Urbanstraße gym

All levels of experience

About the style

The mantis style of the Hsiang family (Hsiang Chia T'ong Long Pai) is a traditional kung fu style rich in hand and weapon forms. The nimble, manoeuvrable foot techniques of the monkey are combined with the uncompromising hand techniques of the praying mantis. The style is fast, flowing and precise.

In addition to the typical forms of the praying mantis, Hsiang Chia includes the zodiac with one form each: Tiger, Crane, Leopard, Snake and Dragon. Some forms from the Shaolin, Lo Hon and Plum Blossom styles have been integrated into the Hsiang Chia. Hsiang Chia is in the tradition of WuDang.

The style replaces superfluous movements such as the lunge with short techniques that are applied without a strike and whose effect unfolds inside the body that is hit. In Hsiang Chia, we practise full-body movements and the use of gravity. In combat, we face the opponent and favour a close distance.

Weapons training begins with the long pole and includes the traditional short, medium and long weapons.

The style emphasises:

Whole body movements


Spatial control

The perception and utilisation of gravity in controlled combat situations

The eldest representative of Hsiang Chia Tong Long Pai in Germany is Sifu Friedhelm Tippner. Friedhelm Tippner.




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