Training classes run by Sifu Chandresh and other instructors at various locations in Mumbai. Starting from basics students are taught nuances of Kung Fu which progresses to advance techniques over a period of time. The course content includes basic skill (ji ben gong) includes various stretching exercises and stance positions for developing stamina, flexibility and balance to improve the body abilities in doing martial acts. The combat skills (quanfa) includes basic kicks, boxing techniques, blended styles to fight barehanded, weapon, and barehanded vs. weapon routines (styles).
Gymnastics is another salient feature of regular classes where progression of student is evaluated at three level i.e. The basic level includes techniques such as Tumbling skills like Front Roll, Back Roll, Cart Wheel, Up-Sault (Kip/Kick –Ups). The Intermediate level which includes Round off, One-Hand Cart Wheel, Side Roll, Handstand walks, w/o Hand Up-sault, Dragon-Stand techniques and Advanced level that includes Handstand Balance, One Hand Balance, Front/Back Hand Springs, Front/Back Somersaults.
The progress of practitioner is judged by grading system that includes examination conducted every four-five months followed by awarding belt to candidate based on his competency and skills.
Vocational camps of 2-3 days organised for regular practitioners of AMASKF in remote areas in Nature’s realm. The aim of these camps is to introduce students to more intense and advance levels of training. Some of the skill set taught under these training programs are basic commando drills, meditation, circuit and endurance training.
Training programs organised at schools, colleges and corporate offices. As duration of these programs is restricted hence it aims to teach basic fitness- flexibility techniques and bare handed combat techniques for self defence. Street fighting techniques, offensive use of handy equipments like keys, pen etc. and other techniques are taught which are easy to be learned and can be used effectively by children, women and elderly people.
The Eagle style (Faan Tzi Ying Jow Pai)
Eagle Claw Kung Fu (Faan Tzi Ying Jow Pai) is known for its unique and powerful gripping techniquessystem of joint locks, takedowns, and pressure point strikes. This traditional style of kung fu was used by the famous military General, Ngok Fei, to train his soldiers. This set of fighting techniques is composed of the following: "Jau" (grab), "Da" (strike) , "Kum" (catch), "Na" (hold), "Fan Gun" (separate the tendons), "Cho Gwat" (dislocating the joints), "Dim Yuet" (strike precisely the pressure points), "Baai Hei" (stop the breathing) , "Sim Gin" (fast changing stances), and "Tun Noh" (Jump and take away).
The Tiger Style (Heihuquan)
Tiger style is characterised by its extensive footwork, acrobatic kicks, low, wide stances, and unique fist position. Tiger Claw Kung Fu involves techniques, which are very powerful as well as simple. The main strategy is to make sudden attacks with the involvement of lots of energy and concentration. Ends to charge the opponent and attack directly with brute force, uses circular arm movements to overwhelm the enemy, relies on the arms but occasionally uses low kicks.
The Snake Style (SheQuan)
The Snake Style imitates the movements of snakes and adopting the fluidity of snake allows them to entwine with their opponents in de-fense and strike them from angles they wouldn't expect in offense. Proponents claim that adopting the fluidity of snakes allows them to entwine with their opponents in defense and strike them from angles they wouldn't expect in offense.
The Monkey Style (Hou Quan)
Monkey Kung Fu is known for its tumbling and rolling techniques, its agile footwork and its deadly accuracy. Monkey fist can block & counter attack at single time. This Style has the most unpredictable attacks. his very unorthodox and acrobatic Kung Fu style is used to disorient and attack opponents from unusual angles and positions. There are many variants of this style of Kung Fu including Angry Monkey Style (Nau Hau Kuen), Drunken Monkey, etc.
The Praying Mantis (Tanglang Quan)
The northern style of Praying Mantis kung fu was created 350 years ago to be a complete fighting martial art. Founded in the 16th century by a Shaolin stylist, Wang Lang, this kung fu style offers a complete syllabus of skills in long range kicking, middle range hand techniques, trapping skills, pressure point/pressure strikes, iron palm training, joint locks, throws, and skills capable of neutralizing ground grappling attacks.