Student of Qi Xi Tang Lang under shifu Chen Zhen Yi in Hong Kong and Tai Ji Tang Lang under shifu Zhao Zhu Xi in Hong Kong.
The youngest of eight brothers and sisters, shifu Liang Kam Yuen was born in Hong Kong, where he spent his formative years. Shifu Liang Kam Yuen moved to the USA with his parents and furthered his studies under shifu Mon Wong in New York. Over the years he returned to refine his style with help from his teacher in Hong Kong.
After receiving his degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1965, he moved to the San Francisco area. It was while he was employed at Lockheed Aircraft near San Jose that he opened his first gong fu guan with a friend, shifu Poy Ng.
In 1969, after a brief stay in Los Angeles, shifu Liang Kam Yuen visited Hong Kong to further his study in the Tai Ji Tang Lang style of gong fu under shifu Zhao Zhu Xi. Shifu Liang Kam Yuen trained day and night for several months, then returned to the United States, hoping to share his newly acquired knowledge with other gong fu practitioners. Settling back in Los Angeles, he held numerous classes at local YMCAs, the Chinatown Recreation Hall, UCLA, USC, Cal State. Shifu Liang Kam Yuen was founder of the “Shaolin West Healing Center” and co-founder of the “Tai Mantis Kung Fu Association”. Shifu Liang Kam Yuen has been instructor of David Carradine, Jackson Five and some other celebrities.
Early in 1972, shifu Liang Kam Yuen was called by Warner Brothers Studio to act in the ABC Kung-Fu series. Shifu Liang Kam Yuen was the man chosen to be David Carradine’s double in the famous “Kung-Fu” television series.
Shifu Liang Kam Yuen currently lives in Canoga Park, California (USA), he is retired from the martial arts and is now a doctor that travels extensively teaching Chinese Energetic Medicine. He teaches the “Yuen Method”, that is an energetic technique that he developed himself. He has treated hundreds of thousands of people all over the world and has quite and extensive following of students who are certified under his Yuen Method program.