For kids K-8, our children's classes offer a great introduction to wushu and the exciting world of Chinese martial arts. Youngsters will learn a dizzying array of basic punches, kicks, and jumps! All while increasing fitness, flexibility, control, and self-confidence!
For Kids Wushu class times see our class schedule.
Contemporary Wushu is a collection of armed and empty-hand forms and techniques rooted in the tradition of centuries old Chinese martial arts.
For Adult Wushu class times see our class schedule.
Tai Ji Quan
In our class we practice predominately Yang-style taiji (also spelled as "taichi"), excepting a scattering of non-Yang movements that are found in the 42 combined-style forms. The following forms are taught consecutively: Yang 24, Combined 42, Yang 32 sword, Combined 42 sword. The number associated with each form is the number of movements it contains. New students may spend 6 months to a year on each form before learning the next.
For Adult Tai Ji class times see our class schedule.
Sanshou is full contact sparring with take-downs and throws allowed. Unlike MMA, the fighters are reset once a throw or knockdown has occurred, and body pads are used to reduce risk of injury.
Sanshou follows in the tradition of Chinese full contact fighting where competitors challenged one another on top of elevated stone platforms. A throw from off the platform meant automatic defeat.
For Adult Sanshou class times see our class schedule.