Mondays and Wednesdays
Kung Fu Kickboxing with Sihing Eliot
Looking for a workout? Kickstart your day with a fun cardio workout that will teach you simple and effective self-defense basics in an energetic and beginner-friendly environment! Lose weight, get fit, and have fun with our head instructor: a “rising star in the martial arts community,” Eliot Prisby. $15 to drop in, $120 for a ten class punch card.
Moderate Yoga with Karyn
Deepen your practice with these theme-based classes which focus on smooth movements, longer holdings with focus on breath, healthy alignment, and clear intent. Hands-on assists provided. All levels welcome. Modifications and variations provided. $15 to drop in, $120 for a ten class punch card.
Wednesday June 26th
Kids Kung Fu Ranking with Sifu Gary
All students are encouraged to come support their classmates, who will be receiving their next sashes during this formal ceremony. Friends and family are welcome, pictures and videos are encouraged! All sign offs including $35 sash fee must be completed by June 12th. See Sihing for more information.
Saturday June 29th
Bak Mei Seminar with Sifu Gary
Sifu Gary LaChapelle will be teaching us Dragon Hand, a beginner’s Bak Mei form. Bak Mei is a Southern Short Fist style of Kung Fu that emphasizes short-range, powerful movements. The seminar is beginner-friendly and open to the public. Students 13-years-old and older, please. Seminar is $60 per student. See Sihing Eliot for more details.
Sunday July 14th
Qin Na Seminar at YMAA Boston
756 South Street, Roslindale, MA 02131
We will be supporting this event hosted by our friends at YMAA Boston. Qin na means “seize and control” and is one of the four major elements of martial arts training (tui/kicking, da/punching, shuai/wrestling, and na/locking). This class will focus on the fundamental principles for Qin Na and self-defense applications of techniques from the YMAA Qin Na Curriculum. Qin na principles are the foundation of numerous martial arts styles including aikido, judo, and Brazilian Jujitsu. These joint locking techniques can be applied to any background and style of training to help understand how to control opponents in hand-to-hand exchange. The material covered in this seminar is a valuable addition to any martial arts style. It is $95 for non-YMAA students. Please see Sihing or contact YMAA Boston for more information.