Since it's inception, Tulsa Kung Fu has made it's services available to people from all walks of life regardless of race, creed, or religious affiliation. Kung Fu, literally translated, means skill achieved through hard work. At Tulsa Kung Fu, you will reap the benefit of your hard work in a safe, friendly, and family like environment. Over time, through our comprehensive traditional Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Kickboxing programs, our students become empowered with a sense of self esteem, discipline, and self confidence.
Some of these BENEFITS are:
At Tulsa Kung Fu, in addition to Self Defense skills, our Young Dragons program focuses on individual accomplishments and develops within our students mental and moral characteristics such as self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-discipline. Our Young Dragons program members acquire leadership traits and a positive “I can do” attitude.
Class Schedule: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu @ 6:00 pm
Class Schedule: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu @ 7:00 pm
Our Tulsa Kung Fu Adult classes are about Survival. As you learn the classical routines you are taught & practice their self defense applications. Kung Fu is about preparing for that one time in your life, whether its tomorrow, next week or next year, that you may need to protect yourself, your family, or your country. Kung Fu is , also, about Physical Fitness & Health Maintenance so that you can have the quality of life that you deserve.
Class Schedule: Mon @ 8:00 pm & Thu @ 7:00 pm
Our Kickboxing program is based on the Chinese Kung Fu method known as San Shou (aka Sanda). San Shou was originally developed by the Chinese military and is the preferred Chinese method of Mixed Martial Arts. San Shou utilizes strikes, kicks, throws, sweeps and take-downs from various styles of Kung Fu. Our extended San Shou program, however, does include American MMA training for those that are interested.
Class Schedule: Sat @ 9:30 am
Tai Chi Chuan is a low impact exercise suitable to people of all ages & fitness levels. Originally developed as a method of self-defense in the 14th century, Tai Chi is most often practiced, today, for its health benefits. Tai Chi is often described as “meditation in motion."
“This gentle form of exercise can help maintain strength, flexibility, and balance, and could be the perfect activity for the rest of your life" - Harvard University