Kung Fu training is one of the most intense individual activities you will ever encounter. Your level of expertise or competence has no bearing on who may suffer from burnout, or who will ultimately complete the journey. We all need a change of pace and a change of scenery from time to time.
This February has been much busier than normal, with new students joining all of our age programs. I would like to formally welcome all of the new families to the Academy! We will do our best to give you the best possible introduction to kung-fu and we hope it becomes a lifelong activity that you can benefit from and enjoy!
In Kung Fu, we learn from the five animals (tiger, leopard, snake, crane, and dragon), and what they teach us can help not only in the kwoon, but at home or school too. Here are five lessons from the five animals to help you deal with bullying.
Your Commitment to martial arts is important and how it will pay off. Here’s how!
Flexibility is needed to perform everyday activities with relative ease…things like getting out of bed, lifting children, or sweeping the floor. Better flexibility improves athletic performance and can decrease risk of injuries by helping your joints move through their full range of motion and enabling your muscles to work effectively.
Whether a grading, a tournament, a first class in a new program, enjoy a moment for you too as your child benefits from many new experiences.