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Chinese New Year

We are all excited and looking forward to our
Annual Chinese New Year Celebration
which will be held on Saturday February 2nd.


All Kung Fu and Tai Chi (students only - no guests) should plan to attend.

In all kung fu schools, it is a custom for students to give a monetary gift in the form of a red envelope to their teachers for Chinese New Year. The Chinese Red Envelope is simply the most appropriate way to give a “gift” to support the school and show gratitude and appreciation towards your teachers. Every Tai Chi student planning to attend should see Sje Yoli for a red envelope and Kung Fu students should see Sihing Dave for their red envelope.

Chinese New Year stands out as one of the most important times of the year to the school, Sigung and Sifu Sara. As a result, all the students, as well as visiting teacher’s and students, come together to enjoy lion dancing, each other, and most importantly kung fu & tai chi.

If you have not registered yet, please click on the link below for your free automatic registration to be processed. Registration must be completed by every Kung Fu & Tai Chi student attending in order to ensure that we have an accurate count of personalized gifts.

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We look forward to celebrating "Year of the Pig" with all our students!

Holiday Schedule

The school will be closed on December 24th & 25th

"Christmas Eve and Christmas Day."

The school will remain open on regular scheduled after Christmas

Thru the New Year.

 

Have a Wonderful Holiday Everyone!

Confidence Training

"Experts believe that a person's confidence level is purely "mental."

Kung Fu training is confidence training. When confidence falters, your training will pick you right up with high-energy classes and class achievements.

Kung Fu teaches us to start a new, to learn from the mistakes of the past and focus on the achievements of the future."

 - J. Galea

Congratulations to all Kung Fu Graduates

Great attitude and effort by all students promoting to their next sash level!

Also an outstanding show of teamwork from our Black Sashes!

Congratulations everyone!

 

Congratulations to Black Sash Graduates

Black Sash Promotions

Our Black Sashes continue to make their Sifu's and their school very proud as they promote towards certification and 1st degree 

 

Congratulations to all Tai Chi Graduates

 

Great to see the Tai Chi group growing bigger and stronger

Keep up the good work!

 

Congratulations to

Michelle for getting her Sije title.

weekly workouts

Kung Fu GroupHow often should you work out each week?

Your magic number of days depends on how active you already are.

You will probably see results from one day a week if you don't already work out at all. But if you're used to multiple workout days a week then, in general, four to five days a week will challenge your body enough to stay at peak form and make progress.

 ~ N. Tamir, CSCS (founder of T's Fitness)

Tropical Storm Michael

It is our expectation that tropical storm Michael will not roll in to our area until after 9:00pm. Therefore, we will hold all regularly scheduled classes.

Kung Fu & Tai Chi Improves Memory

According to memory experts, a major cause of poor memory is inattentiveness.

Memory improves when proper attentiveness is achieved.

In Kung Fu & Tai Chi memory is challenged by a large number of concepts and intricate movements.

Because the practitioner is highly attentive during class and practice, memory for movement improve noticeably.

Make Up Sash Ranking

Sash Ranking Make Up Exam Survivors!

It is very rare that a sash ranking make up exam will be scheduled but when there is one, it is known to be twice as hard as a regularly scheduled sash ranking class.

Congratulations to Eddie, Matt, Rich, and Ethan for surviving their make up exam with great attitude, perseverance, and skill! 

 

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