We offer classes in Traditional Kung Fu, Sanshou - Chinese Free Fighting, Fitness Conditioning, Qigong Meditation, Thai Kickboxing, Boxing, Grappling, and Yoga.
I hope you are all healthy and coping with this new (temporary) reality. We at Wuji Systems have tried to make the best of this situation by adapting and finding ways to help out those of us in need.
Online classes have been a success so far and we will continue to offer them and expand them as needed. We are learning as we go with this platform and your feedback is appreciated.
Our fee structure has always reflected our passion for Kung Fu and fitness. We believe these things should be accessible to everyone, regardless of income. The community you have helped us build for over a decade is extremely special. We want to make sure you have a school to come back to when this is all over.
To that end we are asking for your help to make sure we can continue to pay the rent.
Our regular fees are Circuit class $110/month and Kung Fu $110/month. If you are working and can continue to pay your fees it is greatly appreciated. If you are not working, your income is reduced or if you are logging from outside of Vanouver we ask that you pay half fees. If you are struggling please contribute what you can. Whatever stage you are at it is important that continue to attend classes and connect with the Wuji community.
These are all asks. If you can’t afford it, no guilt! Be safe and take care as best you can. If you need help, ask us. We are here for you. Join the server, do the work and we will all get through this together.
Your support has always amazed us and we can’t wait to see you punch and kick each other again soon!
Kids class start has been delayed as a precaution. Check back here for updates.
Other classes are running as usual, but as a precaution if you have symptoms of COVID-19 (Cough, Fever, Shortness of Breath) or any other flu/cold symptoms please be responsible and stay home and call 811 for medical advice if needed.
Check out Vancouver Coast Health for more information.
Here in Vancouver once the absence of rain is clearly established locals tend to rush headlong into squeezing in as much outdoor time as they can, I’m guilty of this as well. This shouldn’t mean that your Kung Fu training should suffer. Practice outside, do pushups in the park or sit and meditate in the forest. Kung Fu progress shouldn’t be affected negatively by nice weather. Practice when you can, attend classes as much as you can and you’ll see positive results. See you at the gym!