Wu Hsing Shan School of Martial Arts
Wu Hsing Shan School of Martial Arts was founded by Renshi Shihan Kaiden Alan S. Gardner, 8th Dan, Shotokan Karate, in 1975 to provide world-class martial arts instruction in a variety of Chinese and Japanese arts. Renshi Gardner passed awayin November of 2006, and his students have dedicated themselves to passing on his teachings. Highly-trained instructors teach traditional Japanese-style Shotokan Karate-do for both children and adults. People of all ages and skill levels can also take instruction in Chinese T’ai Chi for health and self-defense. Visitors to the dojo are welcome to observe classes and talk to the many skilled instructors available. Karate is an effective means of self-defense. It is also an athletic activity that strengthens all parts of the body, improving cardiovascular fitness and muscular strength as well as balance and agility. The mental and spiritual aspects of the study and practice of martial arts complement the development of a student’s physical well-being. T’ai Chi is a Chinese martial art that improves muscle control, balance and overall coordination, no matter the age of the student. Students who study the moving meditation forms of T’ai Chi improve their balance, leg strength and coordination at all stages of life. Whether you are interested in learning self-defense, improving physical fitness or developing self-esteem and mental focus, Wu Hsing Shan is a family-oriented place that can help you achieve your goals. Walk through life with confidence by beginning classes today at Wu Hsing Shan School of Martial Arts.