Fu For You – Youth Student’s Corner
Here’s a quick refresher on some Kung Fu terms with a fun crossword puzzle!
Life has been pretty crazy these last few months and while we’ve had time to adjust to our new world, our brains may not have caught up quite yet, and we can have a lot of emotions swirling around.
There are 12 Chinese zodiac signs that cycle every lunar year. Do you know your zodiac animal?
Celebrate with us! Saturday, January 11, 2020, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, at the Academy!
Checklists are a great way to improve your Kung Fu, and you can make individual checklists for the different moves you learn.
Everything we do in Kung Fu has purpose or meaning behind it; the three bows before class are no exception.
With this month’s theme of Perseverance, we are focusing on not giving up and working hard to reach our goals.
Kung Fu has many applications that go beyond punching and kicking. Our hope for you as instructors is that by training martial arts, you also develop important life skills, and use them outside the kwoon to become a better person every day.
Join us! Saturday, January 12, 2019, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, at the Academy!
While the warm summer is the best time to improve your flexibility, you can still safely stretch in the winter! Kung Fu is an all-year activity, so keep your stretching goals alive all year too!
Dec 3-5, 2018, our regular Youth and Junior classes will benefit from a special session on self defence with Sifu Patti, geared specifically to age and skill level.
It might take longer when you take responsibility and do it yourself, but after a lot of practice it becomes easier (just like Kung Fu!!!).
Four important things you should focus on when you train, with some guiding questions that you can ask yourself.
Next time your nerves get you down, remember that it’s a good thing; so have courage.
Calling all Youth & Little Ninjas Students! Our annual March Break Five Animal Kung-Fu Camp provides a fantastic week of fun!