Introducing adult students to the martial art of kung-fu.
Geared to all adults of varying abilities and ages, the adult-beginner class is specifically designed to introduce the student to the martial art of kung-fu. Each class provides a moderate workout at a pace that the novice student can adjust to their own ability. See the Adult-Beginner Novice I Schedule below.
Students learn the foundational stances, strikes, blocks and their first form. During these orientation classes, you will have time to learn the traditions and etiquette of the Academy. You will enjoy the camaraderie with other adult students as you all begin your kung-fu journey together, often resulting in friendships that last for years to come.
Beginner Schedule – Ages 15+: Adults
|Mon||NOVICE I||7:30pm – 8:30pm|
|Wed||NOVICE I||7:30pm – 8:30pm|
|Mon, Thu||6:00am – 7:00am on ZOOM|
|Wed, Fri||12:00pm – 1:00pm|
|Sun||11:00am – 12:00pm|
Experience the benefits of this ancient martial art and our expert instruction!
Adult Student's Corner
Fu-For-You Articles & Important News
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Never forget, that no matter what life throws at you, the Waterloo Kung Fu Academy family is always there.
Here’s some ideas to help keep you moving through the winter months!
Everyone has their methods of wall-busting, but one thing unites them all: persistence.
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Stretching can be done pretty much anywhere, and anytime. As we age, we need to stretch more, and often.
Colder temperatures impact your flexibility; before shovelling snow, or practicing Kung Fu class, take the time to warm up!
With limited training space in the kwoon and at home, push-ups offer a great exercise within limited space and time.
The 4 M model for a systematic approach for parents to experiment with improving screen time.