Questions are encouraged, but please come 15 minutes before class time so your questions can be answered.




Shaolin Kung Fu


NEW Wing Chun
Shaolin quan (empty hands), saber, sword, staff, spear
Chang quan, saber, sword, staff, spear
Nan quan, saber, staff
Animal Quan Monkey, snake, tiger, crane, eagle claw, and mantis

 
 
  • Youth

  • Monday
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday
    4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Advanced
  • Wednesday
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday
    4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Advanced
  • Friday
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Adult

  • Monday
    7:10pm
    Wing Chun & Hand form
  • Wednesday
    6:00 pm
    Tantui & Hand forms
  • Thursday
    6:00 pm
    7:10 pm
    Weapons
  • Youth & Adult

  • Saturday
    11:00 am

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Tai Chi


24 Yang style taichi quan
42 forms comprehensive taichi quan
32 Yang style taichi sword
42 forms comprehensive taichi sword
54 Chen style taichi quan
Taichi & qigong therapy

 
 
  • Yang Style

    Long Form
  • Saturday
    9:45 am
  • Yang Style

    For Beginners
  • Saturday
    8:30 am
  • Yang Style

    Chuan & Sword
  • Monday
    6:00 pm
  • Chen Style

    Advanced
  • Sunday
    8:30 am
  • Chen Style

    Beginner
  • Sunday
    9:30 am

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Other Internal Styles


Xing-Yi Quan
Five elements of Xing-Yi
Five elements linking of Xing-Yi
Twelve animals of Xing-Yi
Comprehensive of Xing-Yi
Xing-Yi Sword
Xing-Yi Spear

Qi Gong
Zhang Zhuang or standing/ sitting meditation
Breathing exercise
Five animals frolics
Six secret sounds
Eight pieces of brocades
Twelve changing the tendons and sinews

Ba-Gua Zhan
Eight big palms of Ba-Gua
Swimming dragon of Ba-Gua
Ba-Gua saber
Ba-Gua sword

 
 
  • Health Qi Gong

  • Tuesday
    6:00 pm
  • Ba-Gua/Xing-Yi

  • Tuesday
    7:10 pm
  • Liu He Ba Fa

  • Wednesday
    7:10 pm

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Iaido


Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu iaido is a 450-year-old martial art that involves the fast draw of the Japanese sword. The art is designed to teach students the proper handling of a sword, as well as the correct mental attitude to handle oneself. It promotes coordination, stress relief and mental development for every practitioner through a program that has been tested for centuries. Neil Melancon has been practicing for 16 years and has achieved the rank of seventh dan. His instructor is John Ray sensei of Denton, Texas, under the auspices of the soke of Eishin Ryu, Ikeda Takashi soke of Sakai City, Japan.

 
 
  • Iaido

  • Tuesday
    8:15pm - 9:30pm
  • Thursday
    8:15pm - 9:30pm


*School closures due to holidays and competitions may effect this schedule.