Wushu is a contemporary sport standardized by China after 1946. Currently, it has become an international sport through the International Wushu Federation and was debuted at the Beijing Olympics as a guest event. Competitions are based on sanda (fighting) and taolu (forms), which are similar to gymnastic routines.
Students will learn a range of techniques from punches and kicks to weapons such as swords and staffs. Students will also have the skills and opportunity to compete in local tournaments to test their skills should they choose, or just enjoy the fulfillment and rewards, and benefits derived from their training in the art.
Velocity's Wushu's program director is fluent in both English and Mandarin. Classes are available for adults of all ages and ability levels and children ages 6 and above.