About the Course

Our primary concern at this institute is on PRACTICAL self defense first, and for sport second. Our philosophy is based on the odds of a technique working in a REAL situation. An example would be that a kick targeted towards the head is harder to complete than a kick to the legs. We would make sure the student learns every different way of attacking the legs before he/she begins trying higher kicks. This is an oversimplification, but we make it a point to let the student know what the highest probability of a technique working on the street as opposed to the technique working in a competition. It is paramount to become aware of the differences.

Now, Kick Boxing is a pretty popular sport in Asia, and I am sure a lot people know about it. We teach these classes on separate days other than the traditional Kung Fu classes. We do teach self defense and sparring on regular class days, but it completely focused upon during certain days out of the week. We also cannot emphasis enough how we feel about safety at this institute.


Children learn how to succeed at tournament sparring with emphasis placed on good sportsmanship. All children learn how to punch and block in a traditional western boxing fashion. They learn technically advanced kicks and are encouraged to develop what works best for them. They also are drilled extensively on takedowns and throws that involve body locks and leg pick ups. A wrestling class is offered every week that lets them work on their mat skills with heavy emphasis on Freestyle and Greco Roman techniques. The most important idea being conveyed is that of having a strong base to launch all attacks from. The kids have a great time a really enjoy these classes. We make it a point to emphasis SAFETY.


Our primary concern at this institute is on PRACTICAL self-defense first, and for sport second. Our philosophy is based on the odds of a technique working in a REAL situation. An example would be that a kick targeted towards the head is harder to complete than a kick to the legs. We would make sure the student learns every different way of attacking the legs before he/she begins trying higher kicks. This is an oversimplification, but we make it a point to let the student know what the highest probability of a technique working on the street as opposed to the technique working in a competition. It is paramount to become aware of the differences.

Your Instructor

Master Chung and Staff

A 31st generation disciple of the Shaolin Temple, he is a master of Shaolin kung fu and chi kung. In addition to his many successes in competitions around the world,

Master Chung and Staff