Instilling discipline

Instilling discipline in children


Every child needs to have some form of discipline and this can be found in all of our classes. This has often been one of the reasons parents bring their children to one of our schools.

We foster an understanding from the start by making sure that small things matter, such as being punctual for class and ensuring your uniform is smart and presentable. We use these as basic tools to build from.

The concept of discipline within a martial art starts with the understanding of self discipline. The children we teach benefit from being in an environment where they learn to listen and replicate in a way that is completely unique from their home or school.

We encourage our children to develop an understanding that they will achieve this through the training, dedication and commitment. Our philosophy with our children’s classes is to make their learning experience fun, but with a grounded understanding of the importance of good manners, respect for themselves and others and achievement through hard work.


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We are one of the largest and most respected Shaolin Kung Fu schools in the world.

Our style originates from the Shaolin temples in northern and southern China, and is taught at centres around the world.

We employ traditional training methods which have been used for centuries to teach Kung Fu to Shaolin monks, alongside more modern methods to help our students learn self-defence techniques and improve their fitness.

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Fun for the family

Kung Fu is fun, it’s good for the whole family. You learn Kung Fu but sometimes you could sneak a game or two in!

Daniel (8 years old) Child student

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