STQI Downtown Toronto School


admin | 03 August 2015 | STQI Toronto | | 0 Comments   


Free Day of Classes!

Come join us on Sunday, September 6th from 10am to 4pm and take any of our classes for free! Registration is required to reserve your spot.

To register, please click here for the online form.


Shaolin Kung Fu for Kids (6-13yrs)

Time: 10am to 11am, Lead by Shi Chang Dao
Our kung fu kids program is designed to teach self-discipline through the Shaolin virtues of respect, focus, leadership, perseverance, strive, and compassion. They’ll do some warm up exercises, stretches, and traditional Shaolin kung fu stances and kicks. Your kids will have fun while getting a great workout!


Shaolin Qi Gong

Time: 12pm to 1pm, Lead by Shi Chang Dao
Qi Gong is a light exercise designed to improve your overall health by increasing the available energy in your body and mind. When practiced properly it increases the amount of oxygen you ingest and distributes it to the deepest levels of cells in your body. This releases more energy, relaxes your mind, and reduces consumption of energy. Open to adults 17+.


Gentle Shaolin Kung Fu

Time: 1pm to 2pm, Lead by Shi Chang Dao
Gentle Shaolin Kung Fu is a soft version of the traditional Shaolin Kung Fu martial arts fitness and practical program and is similar to some Taichi (Taiji) martial arts styles. All the workout and training drills are catered to enhance softness in movement therefore is easy on the joints such as the ankles and knees. Students can learn various hand and weapons forms and experience them as a moving meditation experience. Overall it is the greatest combination of flexibility, balance, breath control, and exercise. Suitable for all ages including seniors and those with disabilities or injuries.


Beginner Shaolin Kung Fu

Time: 2pm to 3pm, Lead by Ro and Dao
This is the regular Shaolin Kung Fu martial arts fitness and practical program packed into 1 hour and designed for beginners with little or no experience. Participants enjoy a full workout using the traditional methods of Shaolin training and learn some practical self-defence. Expect a good sweat.


Wing Chun

Time: 3pm to 4pm, Lead by David Ko
Wing Chun is a style of Kungfu known for its mathematical and chess-like combat efficiency, and is generally characterized by high stances and rapid short hitting. It is believed that the depth of this martial art originated from Ng Mui (a Buddhist nun associated with the Shaolin temple), whose knowledge was then passed to her female disciple Yim Wing Chun. You will learn the basics of Wing Chun movements and stance. Suitable for teens and adults.

To register, please click here for the online form.