The Studio

Seven Star Praying Mantis | Wu Style Tai Chi Quan | Shang Style Xing Yi Quan

Our studio has its roots in traditional Chinese martial arts. Everything from the styles to the training regimen of our students stretch back centuries. This historical lineage is the foundation of our studio thus creating a truly unique experience. Our training in the traditional martial arts offers many insights for our students whether that is having an understanding for ancient martial arts, improving one’s health, or building your self-confidence.

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Forged with Time | Our Training Process

Beginners and seasoned practitioners of our martial art styles all have a place in our studio. We offer all types of class settings. Whether you are looking for a group class or a private session you can find it in our classroom section. Our in studio instruction is a process that, over centuries, has evolved to create the best possible training regimen.

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 Learn About Our Martial Arts

Seven Star Praying Mantis

One of the most iconic Chinese martial arts in the world, Praying Mantis Kung Fu. This external form is complex. Filled with rapid hand movements and active mobile footwork. Click below to learn the characteristics, history, and lineage of our Seven Star Praying Mantis Kung Fu.

Wu Style Tai Chi Quan

Possibly the most well known Chinese martial art in the western countries. Our style is a return to the traditions of how this internal form has been trained for centuries. Click below to learn the characteristics, history, and lineage of our Wu Style Tai Chi Quan.

Shang Style Xing Yi Quan

Xing Yi Quan is one of the most well known boxing styles in China. This internal form pairs well with Tai Chi, however, it substitutes the slow methodical training for a more rapid and intentional movement style. Click below to learn the characteristics, history, and lineage of our Shang Style Xing Yi Quan.



Journey of a thousand miles
begins with a single step
千里之行 始于足下

— Lao Zi 老子, founder of Taoism


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