Basic fees for each class:
- $55 for one lesson a week
- $65 for twice a week
- $75 for three times a week
Discounts for multiple classes, students, seniors and families.
A trial lesson is complimentary.
All classes are continuous. You may start anytime.
Grace Wu Kung Fu Class Schedule
|Shaolin||7:30-9:00 pm||7:30-9:00 pm||9:30-11:00 am|
|Children||7:30-8:30 pm||7:30-8:30 pm|
|Tai Chai I||6:00-7:00 pm||6:00-7:00 pm|
|Tai Chai II||6:00-7:30 pm||6:00-7:30 pm|
|Weapons||11:15 am-12:15 pm|
Shaolin Kung Fu
The class is foundation training in basic Northern Shaolin style. The aim is to advance the individual to greater levels of physical capability, strength, coordination, flexibility, endurance, and speed. The student is expected to learn three required forms before moving on to advanced individual training.
Children's Kung Fu
Kung Fu, training helps children develop good coordination, and a straight and strong body. The child learns self discipline, develops self-confidence, and, in the process, learns about self-protection. While the children are having fun, they are building qualities of character and body that will benefit the child for a lifetime.
Tai Chi (Taiji Quan)
Tai Chi is the most familiar and widely practiced Chinese martial arts style. Known as the "SUPREME ULTIMATE FORM." The health-giving benefits of this folowing, dance-like form are based on centuries of successful use and refinement. The essence of Tai Chi is a series of self defensive motions practiced slowly in a moving meditation. The mindful relaxation of Tai Chi can help everyone relieve tension and develop grace, strength, and balance.
Baguazhang was called Zhuanzhang (turning palm). Requiring agility and energy, is characterized by circular gliding movement.
Instruction offered in straight sword, broadsword, staff, spear, and soft weapons in Shaoline and Tai Chi style.