• We are closed Thursday January 4th due to inclement weather. Karyn’s Hips & Hamstrings yoga class will run next Thursday, January 11th. Also, Tai Chi on Friday will run from 11:30AM-12:30PM.
  • Congratulations to our kid Kung Fu students who received their next sashes! To Green Sash Red Stripe Diego Moreno (not shown) To Green Sash Black Stripe Kai Diesing Alexander Solen To Green Sash White Stripe Will Atherton Justen Force (not shown) Eli O’Toole To Yellow Sash Red Stripe Caleb Langhoff To Yellow Sash Black Stripe […]
  • Congratulations to our adult Kung Fu students who received their next sashes! To Purple Sash Blue Stripe Tom Roy To Purple Sash Alonso Moreno (not shown) To Yellow Sash Green Stripe Elan Cannon Jen Kearney Kevin Sheppard To Yellow Sash Elizabeth Atherton Christopher Fritz Giovanni Sabatelli Roger Zimmerman To White Sash Yellow Stripe Amy Fortier […]
  • You are working on your current form. At the same time, you will still be working on Lian Huan Quan, trying to refine it, and to make it stronger and more beautiful. In fact, forms are something upon which you never stop working. Perfection can never be reached, but excellence is attainable. Karate master Tatsuo […]
  • Congratulations to all of our students who attended the tournament at the Wu Dao school today, we are very proud of all the competitors, especially our students from Metrowest Kung Fu who represented our school! Photos are available on our Facebook page. See results for our schools below! Brendan Egan 3rd Place Adult Beginner Hand […]
  • There are many kinds of respect: respect for oneself, respect for others, respect for the environment, etc. To respect means “to show regard and consideration.” Respect is like a good stance while doing a Kung Fu technique: it is the base that all goodness is built upon. Out of all the different kinds of respect, […]
  • A form is a set pattern of blocks, kicks, punches, sweeps, and throws, which represent a fight against several opponents. Like sparring, forms are a different way of applying techniques you have learned in order to improve them, and to better understand your Kung Fu. To do forms well, the student must develop good stances, […]
  • “Qi” (氣) is a Chinese word that loosely translates to “breath” or “energy,” but it is difficult to define in English, as the Chinese consider qi to be “neither matter nor energy, but both.” Many Asian cultures believe qi to be the intrinsic substance of all things in the universe, “the medium between and within […]
  • The Eleven Elements are eleven phrases that are based on the lessons taught by many great teachers throughout history. As with all spiritual lessons is NOT necessary to memorize the expressions word by word; rather, they are meant to be reflected upon. When thinking about each element, meditate on the phrase to try to reach […]
  • Congratulations to our students who received their next Tai Chi sashes! To Purple Sash: Irene Gruber Tom Roy (not shown) To Green Sash: Antonio Fontes Roger Zimmerman To Yellow Sash Green Stripe: Curvin Huber To Yellow Sash: Marla Iyasere To White Sash Yellow Stripe: Amy Fortier Reid Fortier (not shown) Christopher Fritz To White Sash: […]