Karate is an art from Okinawa. The emphasis on directness
and simplicity of motion. All motions are done very
vigorously for maximum acceleration. As
in all the arts, actual application is taken from,
and explored from the various forms taught
Greatest care is given to detail so that the student
learns each move correctly. This art is taught for
personal development and self-respect
as well as the principle of self-protection. The complete
forms of this form are all taught. These forms give
the student not only practical self-defense application
but the historical and philosophical perspectives
of the original masters.
Ju-Jutsu in translation means gentle art. The
practitioner learns to use very small amount of
energy that results in a tremendous amount of strength
and force. The application of strikes with hands
and feet as well as locking and throwing
techniques are taught. This art serves especially
well for mastery of close grabbing
attacks. All the practitioner's skill is applied
to use the opponent's energy against them.
Because of the emphasis on control technique, this art is also
taught in the children's classes.
The art of gentle moving in meditation. The body goes through a
series of graceful, slow moving postures. The breathing in Tai Chi
is very slow, fluid and graceful.
This art promotes the benefits of relaxation and stress management.
The calming effect on the mind and body are always duly noted when
There is no age limit or physical limitation to practicing Tai
Gung-Fu is the art of continuous motion in circles and arcs. Emphasis
is placed on precise movement, posture and deep breathing.
All the principles for lesson instruction are extracted from the
forms of the system and applied to real application for self-protection.
Students can expect a feeling of wellness from performing the
various movements in class with enhanced breathing capability.