Schedule Of Classes:

 

Youth = Ages 7+     |    Teen / Adult = Ages 12+   

 

Monday

No Scheduled Classes

Tuesday

4:15pm – 5:15pm | Youth
5:30pm – 6:30pm | Teen / Adult

Wednesday

No Scheduled Classes

Thursday

4:15pm – 5:15pm | Youth

5:30pm – 6:30pm | Teen / Adult -- Sparring

6:30pm – 7:30pm | Teen / Adult -- Weapon Combat

Friday

4:30pm – 5:15pm | All Ages -- Weekly Review

Saturday

9:00am – 10:00am | Teen / Adult -- Traditional Forms

Sunday

No Scheduled Classes

How we Train:

  • Self-Defense At Any Range

  • Understanding The Theory, Strategy & Application Behind The Techniques

  • Pressure testing focus

  • Emphasis On Fitness & Conditioning

 

What We Train:

Boxing | Grappling | Weapon Combat


Boxing (Striking)
 

  • We aren't talking big poofy gloves and wide elastic waist shorts. We are talking Traditional Mantis Boxing Kung Fu. While some styles of kung fu emphasis performance and showmanship, Mantis Boxing was designed with self-defense in mind. Building around highly agile footwork, Mantis Boxing combines 7 Star striking (Striking with the Head, Shoulders, Elbows, Fists, Hips, Knees & Shin/Foot) with misdirection and limb control before finishing with a throw or joint lock. Because of the great emphasis on practicality, modern Sanda sparring is a major component of training.

Grappling (Wrestling)

  • Jujitsu & Chin Na, proven to be a staple in modern fighting competitions and law enforcement for controlling an aggressor. Grappling, is famous for its ability to control through devastating throwing, joint locks, constrictions and ground fighting. Chin Na literally means "to seize and control" and focuses on controlling one's opponent through grabs and grab counters.

Traditional Weapons Combat​

  • We draw from both Historical European Weapon Fighting and Traditional Chinese Martial Arts Weapon Fighting to train students in the use of traditional weapons as instruments of fighting and modern self-defense with their modern equivalents, short stick (Traditional Dao & Jian), and staff (Traditional Pole & Spear).