We teach several styles of Kenpo/Kempo.  The main system is GGM Ralph Castro’s and SGM Rick Alemany’s Shaolin Kenpo. My lineage in Kenpo can be seen on the Family Trees.

These are the names of some of the forms and techniques that we teach: 1 Mountain Meets River, 2 Iron Fan, 3 Eagle Flies Low, 4 Ripping Tiger, 5 Swift Arrow, 6 Phoenix Moves Gently, 7 Thrust Spears, 8 Panther Kneels to Tiger, 9 Twin Dragons, 10 Twin Swords, 11 Lightning Ram, 12 Monkey Creeps, 13 Lion Stands Alone, 14 Fire Dragon, 15 Fire Dragon, 16 Cobra Strikes Back, 17 Black Dragon, 18 Galloping Horse, 19 Twisting Horse and 20 Eagle Spreads Its Wing.

Kenpō (拳法) is the name of several Japanese martial arts. The word kenpō is a Japanese translation of the Chinese word “quánfǎ“. This term is often informally transliterated as “kempo“, as a result of applying Traditional Hepburn romanization,[1] but failing to use a macron to indicate the long vowel. The generic nature of the term combined with its widespread, cross-cultural adoption in the martial arts community has led to many divergent definitions. The word Kenpō translates thus: “Ken” meaning ‘Fist’ and “Po” meaning ‘Method’ or ‘Law’ as in ‘Law of gravity’, a correct interpretation of the word Kenpō would be ‘Fist Method’, the same meaning as ‘Quanfa’. However, it is often misinterpreted as ‘the Law Of The Fist’[2] , which appeals to those looking for a more ‘imposing’ or aggressive sounding name.