The Grassroot program introduces wushu to beginners and provides foundation training for basic barehand and weapon forms. The classes focus on basic stances, hand and leg techniques, practical application, weapon safety and wushu moral standards.
Our competition team focuses on enhancing and polishing wushu forms, preparing athletes for national and international competitions. Our classes focus on strength, flexibility, speed, aerial techniques and special weapons.
The adult fitness classes provide exercise for anyone interested in improving their physical fitness through wushu training. Classes include strength and flexibility training, self-defense, Taichi and meditation.
Chang Quan is a family of external martial arts styles from Northern China, belonging to the long-range fighting system. The forms of the long fist style emphasize fully extended kicks and striking techniques.
Tai Chi or Taijiquan was a traditional branch of wushu that focused on deflecting and trapping attacks. Because of its slow movement practices in coordination with breathing, it is now modernized to become a wushu style famous for its health benefits.
Nan Quan refers to a classification of Chinese martial arts that originated in Southern China. It is characterized by emphasis on “short hitting”, close contact fighting and grounded movements.
Dao is a single edged Chinese sword, primarily used for slashing and chopping. It is also known as the Chinese Sabre or northern broadsword.
Jian is a straight double-bladed sword, primarily used for precise cutting and thrusting. It is also used in a specialized Taichi form called Taiji Jian.
Nan Dao is known for its power movements and aggressive striking techniques. It is a dominant weapon style of the Southern Wushu style.
A Gun is a long staff or a long stick used in numerous Chinese martial art forms. It is known as the Grandfather of all weapons.
Qiang is a Chinese term for spear and is considered as the King of all weapons. It is known for its long-range thrusting strikes.