Northern Shaolin Kung Fu
Northern Shaolin is complex and subtle art that retains a pure essence of structured movement and posture. A skillful practitioner exudes a calm flowing poise coupled with a vigorous spirit that is punctuated by explosive displays of power and athleticism.
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Kung Fu Animal Power™
This class will help your kids grow up into responsible, athletic, adults capable of defending themselves. These classes are a fun way to get exercise, build a healthy, coordinated body, understand leadership and learn to protect yourself.
Tai Chi Chuan
Tai chi is often described as “meditation in motion,” but it might well be called “medication in motion.” There is growing evidence that this mind-body practice, which originated in China as a martial art, has value in treating or preventing many health problems.
Qi Gong for Health
Qi Gong means skill and success in cultivating your life force energy or Qi. By aligning and balancing the structure of the body we can resolve many health issues.
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Xing Yi Quan
Xing Yi Quan is a traditional combat oriented style of martial arts from China.Xing Yi Quan is known as a power punching style. Xing Yi Quan specializes in powerful strikes that have a shocking penetrating quality.
We are first and foremost a Kung Fu school where you can count on learning realistic and effective martial arts methods. The truth is that anyone can avoid getting in fights with common sense and good manners. Most of us don′t need martial arts to survive! However, we all need to be strong, capable, clear thinking and healthy.
Good martial arts training will help you become stronger, more confident, perceptive and healthy. Every time someone joins our Kung Fu school who is in poor health, or weak, and they become healthy and strong,I feel great. For me, as the Head Instructor, this is a real victory. I have had many students compete in martial arts tournaments and I am proud of their accomplishments and trophies. I am also proud of my students who used their Kung Fu to protect themselves or others, especially when they were able to do it without hurting anyone.