A Pure & Complete Traditional Kung Fu System
Our Kung Fu training will keep the body in a state of premium health, creating longevity and increased levels of performance.
Grandmaster Doo Wai
For six generations, White Tiger Kung Fu has been passed from father to son, ending finally with Grandmaster Doo Wai, who has decided to make the art available to the public. Aside from holding the esteemed title, Grandmaster Doo Wai serves as a technical advisor on martial arts-related feature films and served as the Grand Juror of the San Diego Asian Film Festival. A Chinese historian and scholar, Grandmaster Doo Wai has been on the cover of Inside Kung Fu, Ancient Sets of Kung Fu, and Karate Kung Fu Illustrated.
Shi Gung Tom Rizzo
Sifu Dennis Wood
Sifu Anton Peterson
Sifu Jim Hagadone
Sifu Dane Tobias
Introducing Sifu Dane’s Bak Mei Kung Fu School, an advanced system of martial arts that focuses on intent and developing ging (shock power) and yau gong (flexible power). Sifu Dane has been on a journey of self-discovery and mastery of martial arts for many years, beginning at the age of 31 under the tutelage of his master, Shifu Angelo Clori (Shi Xing Kai Yin).
Shifu Angelo Clori is a 32nd generation disciple of the Cao Tung Chaa’n Tradition and trained in Mizhong quan fa, Cao Tung Shaolin martial & qi gong, TCM, meditation, health & wellness. Sifu Dane’s lineage can be traced back to the Mi Zong Chi fa Chuan, the highest priest abbot of northern and southern China and also Shaolin Temple
Sifu Dane’s journey in martial arts took a new turn when another door opened for him. He was fortunate enough to start training under Grandmaster Sifu Garry Hearfield in the Ngor Mei Shan Bak Mei Pai Kung Fu system inherited from Grand Master Doo Wai. This white eyebrow Kung Fu is an extremely explosive and short-range fighting system (HAKKA) that is only found in this Bak Mei Pai.
Sifu Dane’s Bak Mei lineage can be traced back to the Doo family, where he is the 8th generation from Bak Mei Dao Yun. He would not have been able to achieve all this without the guidance of Shifu Angelo Kai Clori, and he wishes to acknowledge and give recognition to his
Coach Blair Green
Jou Gau Michael DiQuinzo
Michael DiQuinzio is the Director of the Kids and Youth Program at White Tiger Kung Fu. His impressive competitive pedigree includes an undefeated amateur MMA record with 2 stoppages, including Epic Fights’ Submission of the Night. He won NoGi Grappling Gold as the Absolute Purple Unlimited class at the NABJJF LA Open. Along his martial arts journey DiQuinzio has achieved mastery of Iron Palm Level 1 and Three Star procedures. He became a QTC Level 4 certified instructor and achieved a life-long goal of earning his Black Sash in 2017. DiQuinzio’s training outlook makes him uniquely qualified to lead and impact our youth. In addition to the technical and competitive achievements his student gain, Michael believes that life skills and connection to fellow students is the greater accomplishment. “Training is a time when everything quiets down, we get to focus on this…It’s special to watch them train and interact without a game or a phone in their hand…them make real world connections and real friendships”
Jou Gau Jay Hawkins
Originally from Detroit Michigan, Jay Hawkins started training in Shotokan Karate at the age 13. After attaining the rank of Black Belt in 2012, he began perusing a career as a Hollywood stunt actor in California where he blends traditional martial arts with performance style film fighting. Jay has performed for Power Rangers, Into the Badlands, Nickelodeon’s Supah Ninjas, and with musical artist Kendrick Lamar. Hawkins teaching method for over ten years has been focused on detail orientation, partnered with high energy to keep students engaged and excited. As he continues to train for his black sash, Jay works as the Director of the Kids and Youth Program at White Tiger Kung Fu. “I have experienced the transformative powers of martial arts at a young age. Teaching the culture, performance, and practicality of the arts has turned into my life’s work. I aim to translate all that I know to as many as I can; to children and adults alike.”