All Class instructors are accredited under the MAIA (Martial Arts Industries of Australia). We have policies on child protection. Our instructors are required to have a Working With Children Check. They all have at least 8 years experience and attend instructors' courses set out by Kancho Terry Lim.
Shihan Wayne began with Loong Fu Pai Martial Arts in 1986. He has been teaching martial arts since 1990. Wayne is head instructor of the Cockatoo Dojo which has been operating in the district since 1983.
Dojo: Hampton Park
Shihan John has been training in martial arts since 1969. He joined LFP in 1995 and has been an instructor since 1998. John has a background in the martial arts of Aikido and Taekwondo. He also holds the rank of Lakan Isa (black belt) in the Filipino martial art of Arnis (stick fighting).
Dojo: Inverell (NSW)
Dojo: Jimboomba (Qld)
Sensei Deb started with LFP in 1996. Now living in Queensland, Deb has run a successful dojo since 2005. Deb trained in Penang in Mushin-Aikijutsu with Soke Francis Sami in 2006. In 2008 Deb discovered a pure sword style of martial arts from Korea called Haidong Gumdo and has added classes in this at the Jimboomba Dojo.
Dojos: LFP Honbu (Wantirna Sth) & Scoresby
Sensei Doreen began training with Loong Fu Pai Martial Arts in 1993. Doreen has participated in numerous training trips to Malaysia which have included training with Tang Lang, São Lim and Mushin Aikijutsu.
Sensei Aaron began Loong Fu Pai Martial Arts in 1997. He is the youngest LFP student to achieve his Black Belt, doing so at the age of nine. He has won several State, National and Oceanic awards representing LFP. Aaron has been assisting students and instructing since 2001.
Dojos: Longwarry, Drouin
Dai Sempai Jack started training in 1999, graded to his junior shodan in 2005 and then senior shodan in 2013. He has attended two overseas training trips to both Penang and Phuket. Jack trains six days a week and is currently Loong Fu Pai's youngest head dojo instructor.
Sempai Rudy has been training in martial arts since the 1970s. He started with Loong Fu Pai in 2009. Prior to this Rudy trained with several different styles including Shotokan , Zendokai, Shukokai, and Shodakan Aikido. Rudy also has considerable experience in Kickboxing.