Shao Lin Kung Fu - Youth Advanced

  • Fee: $90-110.00 per session 
  • Age: 8 - 14
  • Location: Health and Education Building, PAS-E Multipurpose Room
  • Dates: Jan. 9-Mar. 6 and Mar. 27-May 8
  • Day and Time: Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m.

Class Description

Open to children that have taken a beginners class, and want to continue with their training.  Intermediate level conditioning and techniques are presented.  Longer and more complicated forms, or Katas, are required to advance to the Brown Belt.

Detailed Schedule

Day and time: Wednesdays, 6 – 7 p.m.

Session 1

Dates: Jan. 9, 16, 23, 30, Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27, Mar. 6 (Weather cancellation makeup date is March 20.)

Number of classes: 9

Fee: $110 per child

Session 2

Dates: Mar. 27, Apr. 3, 10, 17, 24, May 1, 8

Number of classes: 7

Fee: $90

Additional Information

Note: Six (6) or more participants must enroll within  24 hours of first Session date or class will be canceled. Maximum enrollment is 15. 

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 Kung Fu Instructor: Allan Embrey MA LPC

Allan is a Masters Level Family and Marriage Counselor, who is focused on helping others find ways to improve the quality of their lives.  He has been studying Chinese Shaolin Kung Fu with the Chinese Shaolin Center, for over 25 years. The Chinese Shaolin Center, is  based in Denver, Colorado, and was founded under Grandmaster Sin Kwang The', a 10th degree Black Belt.  Allan is a 2nd Degree Black Belt and is a student with 7th degree Black Belt, Elder Masters David and Sharon Soard, of the Chinese Shaolin Center in Denver.

Allan lived and studied for two years in mainland China, in Xian, the last ancient walled city. He studied Tai Chi, and Ba Gua, specifically, as well as, Kung Fu, Chinese culture, history and philosophy, from several teachers across China.  While in China, he was employed as a professor at the Xian Foreign Language University, where he taught Tourism, Business and English.  He was able to travel extensively throughout China, which included, areas of historical importance in the development of Kung Fu, like the original Shaolin Temple.