Health, Spirit, Discipline, and Self-Defense
- Health: Brings strength, longevity, and happiness
- Spirit: Brings focus, meditation, and peace of mind
- Discipline: Brings physical and mental control
- Self-Defense: Brings protection and self-confidence
Health (noun) - the general condition of the body or mind with reference to soundness and vigor.
We are here to help you reach your personal health & fitness goals with the centuries-proven practice of Kung Fu. Kung Fu is excellent for mental clarity and stress management.
Kung Fu is excellent for cardiovascular and muscular fitness, flexibility, and improving chronic issues that often result from injuries, disease, aging, nutrition and posture.
Spirit (noun) - excellent disposition or attitude in terms of vigor, courage, and firmness of intent.
One meaning of Kung Fu is "skill cultivated through long, hard work".
This is the meaning we embrace. It is this meaning of Kung Fu that we see building the Spirit of our students and helping them to achieve goals they may have never otherwise attained.
Discipline (noun) - Activity, exercise, or a regimen that develops or improves a skill; training.
Personal experience and seeing the discipline of Kung Fu at work in the lives of our students has shown us that the physical and mental control developed by training in Kung Fu helps people live life to the fullest.
Self-Defense (noun): The act of defending one's person when physically attacked as by countering blows or overcoming an assailant.