Fu For You – Summer 2014

Editor: Lloyd Fridenburg
Produced by Waterloo Kung-Fu Academy

Print Version: WKFA-Newsletter-2014-Q3-Summer

25 Years and Counting

25 Years and Counting

Editorial Wow, to say that it seems like yesterday that I first picked up the phone and called Sifu Bob Schneider about taking Kung Fu classes would be an understatement. Kung Fu had always been on my to-do list but I had just never taken that first step. It was a step that led to the most rewarding years of my life. Both me and Sifu Eric celebrate 25 years at WKFA this spring and I’d like to take this opportunity to share some highlights and changes with you, my Kung Fu family. Here are a few of my personal highlights....
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WKFA Trivia

WKFA Trivia

Junior Student's Corner How much do you know about the Waterloo Kung-Fu Academy? In this article, I thought we could visit some trivia to get new students better aquainted with the school and as a review for longer term students. Some of the answers might seem easy, others hopefully will make you think. Take the quiz....
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Balance

Balance

Adult Student's Corner Balance in Kung Fu is more often than not associated with the physical sense of the word. In fact, from the day a new student walks onto the kwoon we begin to help them understand their bodies in order to develop, amongst other things, balance. But physical balance isn’t the only form of balance a martial arts student should hone....
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Some Important Rules for Parents to Remember

Some Important Rules for Parents to Remember

Parent's Corner One of the most wonderful things about Waterloo Kung Fu Academy is that we try very hard to adhere to old traditions and values. Sometimes, learning the proper protocol can be slightly frightening for the parents as well as for the children. Most parents tell us that they bring their children to us to help them to learn respect and discipline. At WKFA, we firmly believe that everyone can help teach these principles. Here are a few points to help everyone understand some of the guidelines and expectations at the school....
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