Bellevue Kung Fu Instruction

Academy Of Kempo Martial Arts Will Give You Results No GYM, Video, Or Book Can Even Come Close To

Kung-fu is an art that entails not only self defense skills or getting in shape but also teaches about the mind, body and spirit and how one can grow in all aspects of life. We follow the Shaolin tradition. The techniques, skills, and philosophies have been training people for over 1500 years.

You will be able to grow stronger physically, mentally, and spiritually fast than any GYM, video, or book could ever do. At Academy Of Kempo Martial Arts you will be taught privately, that’s one on one with a professional full time instructor whose job it is to get you exactly the results you’re looking for. By learning in a private lesson you have a far less chance of getting injured by someone who is out of control.

This method also accelerates your learning up to 62% faster, so what most people will take six months to learn you can do it in just two. And since you will be learning at your own rate you don’t have to worry about being pushed too hard, or about getting bored. We always go at your rate.

What You Need To Know Before You Take Kung-Fu Lessons

You’ve got Karate, Kung-Fu, Judo, Aikido, Gung Fu etc. You’ve got group training, private instruction, belt tests, philosophy, tournaments, and meditation. This website is designed to help you see the benefits of private instruction and how it builds confidence, physical fitness, stamina, and stress relief.

 

Click here for information about Self Defense and Confidence

Click here for information about Meditation and Inner Peace

Contact Any Of Our Studios

 

United States

Washington

Bellevue

Federal Way

 

130th Ave NE Lower Level

1626 S. 310th St. #B

425-881-1550

253-941-8822

 

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