Tae Kwon Do – “The way of hand and foot”
Pre-M.A., Budo, Teen Budo, and Budo include Tae Kwon Do
Combines two Korean martial arts:
Karate – “The way of the Chinese fist”
Pre-M.A., Budo, Teen Budo, and Budo include Karate Do
Combines Kung fu styles:
Judo – “The way of suppleness”
Teen Budo and Budo include Judo
Combines two jujitsu styles:
- Tejin-shin’yo Ryu (katame wasa)
- Kito Ryu (Nage wasa)
Aikido – “The way of harmonizing energy”
Teen Budo and Budo include Aikido
Combines Jujitsu styles:
Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics, and music.
Sifu Chik Mason teaches the following classes at Zhang Sah’s 530 Bainbridge Street location. See schedule for class days and times.
Dao Yin Yoga:
Translated as “cultivating the chi,” Dao-Yin is the grandfather of the internal yogic arts. Dao-Yin began in 1650 A.D., in a meeting of Chi Kung and Kundalini masters.
Kickboxing is a form of martial arts that involves punches and kicks at four contact points; the two hands and feet. Kickboxing is a good form of cardiovascular exercise and has been shown to improve participants’ VO2 max and decrease resting heart rate.