White Dragon Fist Style is a traditional family style of Chinese martial arts. It is a system that relies on fluidity of movement to achieve results. It is at its core, a fighting art but there is so much more. Fighting, meditation, history, and philosophy are all integral parts of the training that the students (men, women, and children) must undergo.
This art was first brought to the mainland U.S. by the late Grandmaster Daniel K. Pai.
It was in 1980 when one of Grandmaster Pai’s foremost students, Sifu Galiano, brought the art to Fort Collins, Colorado. Over the next 38 years it has grown to become Colorado’s largest Kung Fu organization. With 7 locations spreading across the front range.