Classes Ages 6 – 10: Youth Program

Our Youth Program is specifically designed for children, ages 6 to 10 years of age.

The Youth Program is divided into three skill levels, all training on different days of the week. See the Youth Schedule below. This division helps to ensure that our students learn alongside other students at their level and the high instructor-to-student ratio ensures that students receive the support they require to excel.

The age-specific curriculum lays the foundation to learn kung-fu, emphasizing values such as respect, discipline and hard work. As students progress through the Youth Program, they experience the benefits of their hard work, such as achieving their next rank, improved listening skills resulting in higher grades, and building friendships with others.

Youth Schedule

Day Level Belt Time
Mon NOV. I Beginner 4:45pm – 5:30pm
Mon NOV. I Red Belt 5:30pm – 6:15pm
Mon NOV. II Yellow-Stripe 6:15pm – 7:15pm
Tue NOV. II Yellow-Stripe / Yellow 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Tue NOV. II Orange-Stripe / Orange 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Wed INTERM.
/ ADV.
Green-Stripe / Green / Blue-Stripe / Blue / Brown-Stripe 4:45pm – 5:45pm
Thu NOV. I Beginner 4:45pm – 5:30pm
Thu NOV. II Yellow-Stripe 6:15pm – 7:15pm
Thu NOV. I Red Belt 5:30pm – 6:15pm
Fri NOV. II Yellow 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Fri NOV. II Orange-Stripe / Orange 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Sat INTERM.
/ ADV.
Green-Stripe / Green / Blue-Stripe / Blue / Brown-Stripe 10:30am – 11:30am

Please note: Yellow Stripes may attend either:

  • Tuesdays/Fridays 4:30pm – 5:30pm
  • Mondays/Thursdays 6:15pm – 7:15pm

Join Anytime

Experience the benefits of this ancient martial art and our expert instruction!

Youth Student’s Corner

Fu-For-You Articles & Important News

The DO’s and DON’Ts of Open Kwoon Time

Open kwoon time is the 15 minutes of “free time” when the floor is open before class. Most classes don’t get open kwoon time, so it’s an awesome opportunity if you have it. We often tell you to “use your time wisely”, so here is what we mean about what you SHOULD and SHOULD NOT do during open kwoon time.

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All about Belts

My white belt and my black sash both mean the start of a journey for me. What does your current belt mean to you?

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Practice, Practice, Practice!

Remember that you have the choice to practice more or less than what’s written in your requirements for your level, but don’t forget that all actions have consequences.

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Summer Training Ideas

Unlike some activities, Kung Fu doesn’t take the summer off. The warm months are actually a really awesome time to train! Aside from coming to your normal classes, here are some ideas on how you can practice your Kung Fu this summer.

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The Five Animals’ Five Lessons on Bullying

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.

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Goal Setting

While it’s important to look back at how far you’ve come, Kung Fu is also about looking forward to what’s ahead of you. Goal setting is an important skill to master, so here are some tips to get you started.

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