Upcoming Events

Thursday January 24th


Tai Chi Ranking with Sifu Gary
All students are encouraged to come support their classmates, who will be receiving their next sashes during this formal ceremomony. Friends and family are welcome, pictures and videos are encouraged! $35 sash fees must be paid by January 10th. See Sihing for more information.

Thursday January 31st – Monday February 4th

Annual Chinese New Year Celebration with Sigung and Sifu Sara
We will be joining Sifu Gary and the Auburn school to travel to Virginia and celebrate the Chinese New Year with Sigung, Sifu Sara, and their students. There will be no Kung Fu or Tai Chi classes in Maynard. All yoga classes will run as scheduled. Tai Chi and adult Kung Fu students are welcome to train at Sifu Gary’s school in Auburn during the instructors’ absences.

Friday February 8th


Maynard Spring Festival
We are teaming up with Sifu Gary and our friend Bo Wang from TruNature Salt Therapy to share the Spring Festival with our community. Also known as “Chinese New Year,” it is one of the most important holidays in China and other Asian communities. There will be lion dancing, traditional Chinese music, and of course, Tai Chi and Kung Fu demonstrations! There is no cost, but Kung Fu and Tai Chi students are asked to contribute to a potluck dinner. Tai Chi and Kung Fu Demo class meets every Tuesday at 4:30pm and occasional Sundays at 9:00am. See Sihing for details.

Sunday February 10th


$60 per student

十八拳 – Shíbā Quán with Narcyz Latecki
Mr. Latecki is an accomplished Kung Fu instructor from the neighboring town of Acton. Though our schools practice two different styles of Kung Fu, we share some of our forms, including 八步拳 (Bā Bù Quán, Eight Step Fist) and 十八拳 (Shíbā Quán, Eighteen Fists.) Mr. Latecki will be sharing the second half of the form with us, where the student “defends” against the attacks in Shíbā Quán. This is an intermediate form – it is open to Metrowest Kung Fu students who have finished learning Bok Pai Quan. See Sihing for details.

Saturday February 16th


$60 per student

Tai Chi Combined 42 Movement Form with Laoshi Karim-Ben Saunders
Sihing Eliot and Sifu Gary’s Tai Chi teacher Karim-Ben Saunders will be teaching us the Combined 42 Movement form, an international standard routine created by the Wushu Research Institute. The form combines movements drawn from the Chen, Yang, Wu, and Sun styles of Tai Chi. The Tai Chi 42 Form contains complex movements, and it is recommended that students have a foundation in Tai Chi and/or martial arts. The event is open to the public. See Sihing Eliot for details.

February 24th – March 2nd

No Kung Fu or Tai Chi Classes
Sihing Eliot will be on vacation. Students will receive a discount on their monthly tuition. All Kung Fu and Tai Chi students are welcome to train at Sifu Gary’s school in the interim.

Saturday March 9th

No Kung Fu or Tai Chi Classes in Maynard
We will be attending the Five Animal Qigong workshop with Kwan Saihung in Woburn. More information on the seminar is available on Kwan Saihung’s website.

Saturday March 9th

Time TBD

Kid Pinky and Buen Sazón de la Abuela Petra at ArtsNight Maynard
As a part of March’s ArtsNight Maynard, get the blues with Kid Pinky, a retro-style, four-piece blues band that is both authentic and unique. Lead man Steve Prisby was the founder and leader of The Movers, the 1995 International Blues Band Competition winner in Memphis, TN. Accompanied by three highly talented bluesmen from the New Hampshire area, Kid Pinky is a throwback to the future. While paying homage to blues from the 40s and 50s, as well as New Orleans funk and jazz, they have assimilated their influences to conceive an entirely innovative and original sound. Engaging personalities and comfortable volume levels always make the show FUN, creating an intimacy that feels like a private performance in your own living room…or kwoon. We’ll also be featuring delicious food from Maynard’s upcoming Puerto Rican restaurant, Buen Sazón de la Abuela Petra!

Saturday March 16th


$60 per student

Bak Mei Seminar with Sifu Gary
Sifu Gary will be teaching us Jik Bo, 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. See Sihing Eliot for more details.

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