One class per week


  1. One class per week
  2. Month to month recurring
  3. Cancel anytime
  4. Free school shirt



  1. Unlimited class access
  2. Month to month recurring
  3. Cancel anytime
  4. Free school shirt




  1. Unlimited class access
  2. Six month recurring
  3. Cancel anytime
  4. Free school shirt



  1. Unlimited class access
  2. Twelve month recurring
  3. Cancel anytime
  4. Free school shirt
before you commit

experience a class

If you’re not sure about joining, sign up for a trial.  One of our coaches will work with you, introducing you to the fundamentals of our system.  This will also give you an opportunity to experience the facility and meet some of the members.


During the trial you will cover fundamental concepts like the center-line theory and four gates, you will also be introduced to the basic stances horse stance and bow stance, as well as basic stepping movements the pressure step and retreating step.


If you are ready, we will progress into basic partner or pad drills combining stepping and punching.  Proper footwork and hip rotation will be the primary objective of beginner lessons.


For those interested in personalized training, we also offer private lessons.




  1. Personalized introduction
  2. Intro to a typical class
  3. Try before you commit
Limit one trial per person

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to bring to my first class?

For your first class, we recommend wearing comfortable workout clothes (black, white, or grey colors preferred). You won’t require any equipment for your trial class however, we do recommend bringing a water bottle.

Why should I try kung fu or tai chi?

Kung fu and tai chi are effective forms of fighting and self denfense with benefits that extend beyond fighting ability alone. You will be challeneged both mentally and physically while improving your strength, flexibility, and coordination. The methods help to develop focus in the moment and reduce stress from everyday life.

Can I try a class before signing up?

Yes! We offer a trial class that will give you an opportunity to experience our program and decide if it’s right for you.

Do I need a certain level of fitness in order to participate?

No, our classes are designed for individuals of all fitness levels. We will work with you to help you develop your strength, flexibility, and overall fitness over time safely.

I have pre-existing injuries/limitations, can I still practice kung fu?

Yes, we will work with you to modify techniques and exercises to accommodate any pre-existing injuries or limitations you may have. Safety is our top priority, and we want you to have a positive and rewarding training experience.

I’m not very athletic or coordinated. Will that be a problem?

Not at all. Our classes are designed to help individuals of all skill levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners. We wwill work with you to develop your coordination and athleticism safely over time.

I dislike gym workouts, will this be similar?

No, martial arts training is a unique and engaging way to stay fit and active. Our classes are designed to challenge you both mentally and physically, providing a dynamic and fun alternative to traditional gym workouts.

Will I get beat up or injured during class?

No, safety is our top priority. Our classes are designed to challenge you while providing a safe and supportive training environment. We will work with you to ensure that you progress safely and avoid injury. We have zero tolerance for bullying and hazing.

Am I too old to begin learning kung fu?

Martial arts training is suitable for individuals of all ages. Our classes are tailored to accommodate individuals of all ages and fitness levels. Infact the principles of Tai Chi were designed for an aging individual to continue training and remain effective in martial arts.

How does membership work?

Options include a $25 trial membership, $200 per month membership, and $35 drop-in fee. Our monthly membership includes unlimited classes, discounts on private lessons and seminars, access to our supportive community, and access to our online resource library. The nature of our practice is progressive, so we do recommend a membership.

Do you have belts or tests?

We do not have belts nor tests. Progress is determined by proficiency alone. Our coaches will note your progress during sparring and other exercises.

Are there any additional costs beyond membership dues?

There are no additional costs beyond membership dues, except for the purchase of personal equipment such as additional uniforms and protective sparring gear.

Do I need any equipment to begin training?

You do not need any equipment to begin training. We provide everything you need for your first few classes. After that, we recommend you purchase personal equipment such as additional uniforms and protective sparring gear, which can be obtained through our school website. Our coaches can advise you on what equipment is needed based on your level and goals.

What is a typical class like?

A typical class begins with a short sitting or moving meditation, followed by pad or partner drills, sensitivity training, and concluding with a dynamic application or progressive sparring session. Classes also include elements of footwork and posture development, bone conditioning, and discussions about martial arts concepts and philosophies.