Fu For You – Parent’s Corner
How you can view our present circumstances as an opportunity to take back your kids.
Celebrate with us! Saturday, January 11, 2020, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, at the Academy!
Enthusiasm can be such a fleeting thing for everyone, and no less so for our kids.
We hope our students work through their journey with us developing skills that will take them far in life, and the confidence, discipline and control to become anything they wish to be.
Many of the school rules not only apply to WKFA students but to visitors and parents/guardians as well.
Bumps, bruises and injuries are part of the human experience, and we all get them now and then. Fortunately, in Kung Fu, they’re usually just a temporary nuisance.
Join us! Saturday, January 12, 2019, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, at the Academy!
Starting your child in a new activity can be intimidating for our children and also overwhelming for parents. Here’s a short list of guidelines from the Student Handbook.
The sugar content in sports drinks far out weight the benefits in most situations. Simple water is still the drink of choice, inside and outside the kwoon.
The best foundation to help your child succeed is good nutrition.
Students derive many benefits from preparing for, and competing in, tournaments.
One of the technical basics of Kung Fu – Stances!
Calling all Youth & Little Ninjas Students! Our annual March Break Five Animal Kung-Fu Camp provides a fantastic week of fun!
WKFA students, meet and compete in a friendly, educational atmosphere at our annual Shiai In-House Tournament.
If you want to help your child improve their Kung Fu, ask them “Can you do your full fitness requirements and, if not, what are you doing to work on that?”
Kids, don’t miss the Fall Fun and bring a buddy!
September feels like a new beginning. With every new beginning, it is important to have goals and a plan to stay motivated and on track.
Taking responsibility in kung-fu practice translates positively into other aspects of your student’s life.
Parents/guardians are an integral part of a youth/junior student’s Grading preparation. Here’s how you can help.
The moment of achievement and independence when receiving the first belt can be captured and nurtured into positive traits. Young martial artists can create their own sense of responsibility and independence tying their own belt.