Martial Arts 

Sil Lum Kung Fu

The Northern Shaolin (Sil Lum) style of kung fu emphasizes long range techniques, quick advances and retreats, wide stances, kicking and leaping techniques, whirling circular blocks, quickness and agility. The system teaches empty-hand techniques and weaponry through predetermined combinations, known as forms, routines, or movement of sets. The students learn the basics by practicing the routines until the movements can be executed naturally and instinctively… Learn More »

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Kids Sil Lum Kung Fu

This non-combative practice is ideal for youth, encouraging health and fitness through movement. The Northern Shaolin (Sil Lum) style of kung fu is one of the most prominent traditional northern styles of Chinese martial arts. It emphasizes long range techniques, quick advances and retreats, wide stances, kicking and leaping techniques, whirling circular blocks, quickness and agility…. Learn More »

Koo’s Style Tai Chi

Koo’s Tai Chi was created by the famous martial artist “Iron Palm” Koo Yu Cheung. Koo Yu Cheung was a native of Jiangsu, China. He was one of the most famous kung fu masters of our time and was especially renown for his Iron Palm skills. His Father, Koo Lei Chi, was a Master of the Tam Tui (Springy Leg) style of Kung Fu. He operated an armed escort service at Zhangjiang and because of his kung fu expertise, his services were always in demand… Learn More »

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Seattle School of Chen Taijiquan

Chen family taiji is a traditional form of Chinese martial art often credited with being the source of the many styles of taijiquan in practice today. As with all forms of taiji, chen family taiji integrates the whole body in a flowing movement style, yet, chen style is characterized by a combination of fast and slow movements, explosive bursts of energy and spiraling movement techniques. Practitioners come from all walks of life and enjoy an enhanced sense of well being, increased physical strength and the satisfaction of participating in a time honored discipline… Learn More »