RIVER TECH MARTIAL ARTS

Mondays, 1:30–2:30 pm.
at River Tech Elementary, Post Falls
1687 E Horsehaven Ave

River Tech Martial Arts is a Christian self-defense club in Post Falls for children, ages 7–17 years old. We practice Wing Chun, the style practiced by Bruce Lee and Ip Man. Our instructor has several years of experience practicing and teaching Wing Chun. FREE until September, then $35/month. Contact: learn@rivertech.me

NEWS. We are also planning to start a HEMA (Historical European Martial Arts)-class. That will be a class in medieval-style longsword fencing. More news coming soon.

Every child—boy & girl—should be able to defend themselves.

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Introduction

River Tech
Martial Arts
Mon 1:30-2:30
Starts: March 22nd

You do not need to be a student at River Tech Elementary to join our Martial Arts class. The class is open to the community.

Wing Chun is the style practiced by Bruce Lee and Ip Man. Fun fact: It is the only combat style to have been invented by a woman. Wing Chun does not require special strength or agility to be effective. FREE until September. Then $35/month. Mondays 1:30-2:30 pm. 

Who should join martial arts?

While we do not have "auditions", we ask parents to be honest about whether their child:
(1) interest  (only enroll children who want to learn martial arts)

(2) focus  (martial arts practice lasts 60 minutes, to begin with; in September the time will be increased to 70 minutes) 

You are welcome to try once to see if your child likes it. 1:30-2:30 pm.

What is a practice like?

Emphasis on comradery and fighting skill.

Wear regular sports/gym wear. We warm up with forms, exercises, kicks, strikes, and floor movement. Then Dan divides the children into four levels (as in our other tracks).

Level 1 is for beginners with no experience in martial arts. To progress to level 2, the student must demonstrate an ability to concentrate and not goof around. (Equivalent of white belt).

Level 2  is for students who are able to stay focused, and learn foundational and essential Wing Chun concepts and techniques. (Equivalent of yellow & orange belts).

Level 3 is for students who are mature enough to spar responsibly with other students with little guidance. This is also the level of increased intensity in sparring and strength training. (Equivalent of green & blue belts).

Level 4 is for students whom Dan deems skilled and mature enough to help instruct other students. The best way to learn is to teach others. (Equivalent of brown & black belts).

Why learn Wing Chun?

One of the most effective self-defense systems in the world.

Wing Chun is one of the most effective street self-defense systems in the world, teaching speed and power in a very small amount of space. This style can be learned by male or female from a very young age, but more impressively, can still be practiced with the same passion during later life and retirement years. Wing Chun enjoys the unique position of being the only martial art system in the world to be invented by a woman. Beginners will find explanations simple, direct, useful, and useable from the start, not only from a self-defense point of view but also through increased leg strength, general fitness, and internal health.

Some celebrities that practice Wing Chun—besides Bruce Lee and Ip Man—are Jackie Chan, Robert Downey Jr., Christian Bale, Nicholas Cage, and Michelle Yeoh.

Read more about K–6 here. Read more about Homeschool Resource Center here.

How to enroll in martial arts?

(1) Fill in the form below.
(2) Optional
(for communication, updates, and info): Join our MeWe-group (or Facebook-group). MeWe is a more ethical version of Facebook (no ads, fact-checks, or censorship).
(3) Show up to your first rehearsal at River Tech Elementary, 1687 E Horsehaven Ave, Post Falls, ID 83854
on March 22nd.

 
To enroll in martial arts fill out the form below.