Beginner and sash level classes to meet your level of progress.
Classes organized by sash level ensure adult students are learning at their curriculum level along with their peers. Mixed classes enable all students to train together, introducing Novice II-level students to additional training opportunities, while ensuring that all students continue to strengthen the fundamentals of kung-fu. Novice Level students learn from Intermediate/Advanced students while enabling more advanced students to develop their leadership skills.
Adult Classes are grouped as follows:
- Novice I – Adult Beginner
- Mixed, in which all adult students are combined.
Sash level classes:
- Novice II (Red, Yellow, Orange Sash)
- Intermediate (Green)
- Advanced (Blue, Brown, Black Sash)
After attending 6 of the Adult Beginner Novice I classes, students are welcome to also attend any of the seven adult daytime classes.
Experience the benefits of this ancient martial art and our expert instruction!
Adult Student's Corner
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