Summer’s almost over! Time to start thinking about getting your kids back into the routine of school and after school activities. Kung-Fu is a great structured activity that not only teaches self-defense, but also how to achieve goals in a structured environment! Contact us today!
Kids Kung Fu
We have age-specific classes to ensure your child has the best learning experience to develop self-esteem, safety, and awareness in a challenging but nurturing community. We teach leadership skills and responsibility as kids progress through the ranks.
Adult Kung Fu
Our adults kung fu program is a dynamic method of turning your body into a weapon! We train in the art of Choy Lay Fut kung fu, which combines Northern and Southern Chinese martial arts with Buddha Palm techniques.
Our Tai Chi program is a fantastic way to develop balance, energy control, and holistic health for your body. Focus on developing keen awareness of your body’s energy through specific movement mechanics. Go at a pace that suits you best!
to not get distracted
to be productive without being told
to finish what you start with your best effort
to stop yourself from negative or unproductive actions and thoughts
to get up and try again even if you fail
Sebastian has earned his black belt and is able to assist Mr Rick in a younger class which has been great for his self esteem. AKFA is a place to grow that I would recommend to all ages.
My son entered Austin Kung-Fu Academy as an uncoordinated, unconfident eight-year-old. Two years later, he was a black belt. Santanu and Rick and the AKFA team gave him the confidence he needed to succeed, and taught him a boatload of killer moves. Enrolling him in the AKFA was one of the best decisions we ever made.
In school there were a lot of people that had trouble with bullying other kids. In Kung-Fu we are always taught to be self defensive and not to attack people and that's all I was, and the bullying stopped after that.
Everyone at Austin Kung Fu Academy has become an important part of our son's development in the past four years. From when he started as a first-grader at a school-based program to today, as a 5th grader with a black belt, he has developed into a physically fit, disciplined, committed, and engaged boy.