Instructor Kerry Schulz
Instructor Kerry Schulz has been teaching children’s kung fu in central London for nearly twenty years.
Kerry has been studying Kung Fu for over 20 years, starting with Master Dennis Ngo when coming to London to study at University College London.
Her commitment and dedication to her training have always been inspirational. She has continued her training through three pregnancies, even successfully passing a Dan grading whilst heavily pregnant with middle daughter, Maya.
Kerry works as a Chartered Tax Advisor in Tunbridge Wells.
“I am responsible for the Tiger Crane Kung Fu children’s classes, and I personally teach the Saturday morning session. I particularly enjoy this as the classes are always fun and full of energy.
I love teaching the children, as I can see the effect that the training has on them. Their confidence increases and they learn discipline and respect. Of course, they also learn self-defence skills which might help protect them one day too.
I have three children myself, and they all learn Kung Fu. I think that training has been very important in their lives. It has been a significant part of their young lives and has definitely been a factor in their upbringing.”
We enjoy exciting
Regular gradings, seminars, and training camps are part of our yearly programme, allowing you to deepen your understanding of Chinese Martial Arts, and to progress in a structured manner.
Regular full-day seminars give students the opportunity to train extensively, focusing on a particular aspect of the style.
Regular gradings allow students to test their skills in a formal environment, and to progress through the style syllabus.
Training camps give students the opportunity to further deepen their knowledge of Kung Fu in a week-long trip abroad.
what They’re Saying
Our son (7) has grown and developed in focus, physical awareness and self-belief through Kung fu classes and gradings and the positive and professional teachings of Kerry and Dave. We thoroughly recommend this club – my wife is considering joining too!”
Most importantly they are having fun while doing it and are happy to keep training, and that is great for kids of that age (9 and 10) who usually give up easily on activities.
[…] by far, the best class my son (5) does in terms of encouraging balance, coordination plus good listening and general discipline. And it’s very entertaining to watch!
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