Get in there young! Martial Arts is said to develop strength, coordination, and, most importantly – confidence. Whether you are looking for classes for kids, families, or just mom and dad – take your pick from this round-up of Kung Fu, Taekwondo, Fencing, Karate, Muay Thai, and more in Hong Kong. We have picked the best schools in HK for you and your little ninja!
Cheung Do Kwan Taekwondo was founded in 1988 and was the first Korean Taekwondo school to be established in Hong Kong. It is the only Korean Taekwondo School to be a member of the Hong Kong Taekwondo Association, which enables them to compete in National games and leads to students becoming National Team members. Their Grandmaster is the current National Team Poomsae Coach for Hong Kong and is ranked Black Belt Dan 9, the highest in the world!
All Masters are qualified Black Belts from KUKKIWON, Korea (World Taekwondo Headquarters) and speak fluent English. Their slogan is "Strong Mind. Strong Body," because they want to help students be strong during difficult times and not give up easily when things get tough.
Cheung Do Kwan Taekwondo, +852 9663 8077,
Wong Chuk Hang: 501, 5/F, Marina 8, 8 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang
Fortress Hill: 3/F, Concord Commercial Building 157 King's Road, North Point
Shek Tong Tsui : 613, 6/F, Hong Kong Plaza, 188 Connaught Road West, Western District
Discovery Bay: 102, 1/F, Block 2, 96 Siena Avenue, Discovery Bay North Plaza
Fencing is not only a sport, it's an art. At HK Fencing Masters, they take their work seriously. Founder and Head Coach Lau Kwok Kin - who is also a 2-time Olympian and has won 2 bronze medals at the Asian Games - aims to provide the highest and most professional level of coaching and facilities for coaching. Fencing promotes endurance, agility, hand-eye-foot coordination, control and balance, sportsmanship, strategic and tactical skills and more. There are several class types available: fun fencing (4-5 year olds), petite star (5-8 years), talent (8-12 years) and for teens and adults. Classes are offered at their main center in Central, as well as TKO, Lohas Park, Quarry Bay, Kowloon Tong and other spots around Hong Kong.
HK Fencing Master, 2/F Jewellery Building, 178 Queens Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, +852 69001070 (Whatsapp), firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.hkfencingmaster.com/,
European Fencing Club offers a unique 90-day fencing program, From Zero to Hero!, which prepares beginners for local and international tournaments. There is a customized general physical training program (CGPT) for all ages and athletic abilities, and a wide variety of fencing simulators and gym equipment onsite.
Head Coach Serhii Mymrenko is an expert in epee fencing with more than 20 years' experience. His students have taken part in national competitions, Junior World Cups and the European Championship. What's more, the club is home to Malta Junior Fencing Team fencers.
European Fencing Club Hong Kong, Office 503-505, International Enterprise Centre lll, 18 Tai Chung Road, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong,
+852 6577 5609 (WhatsApp), eurofencinghk.com, www.facebook.com/Fencingclubhk
Coach Vander of Team Striker takes his craft very seriously - with more than 8 years of experience teaching boxing and Muay Thai in Hong Kong (he's even competed in professional arenas himself!), he is passionate about teaching kids and recognizes the importance for self-defense and discipline. He believes kids as young as 8 or 10 can benefit from boxing or Muay Thai classes, and he teaches them in group format or one-on-one. Get in touch directly for all the details.
Team Striker, +852 9012 9603, email@example.com, https://www.team-striker.com/
Stay active after school by learning punches and kicks in one of the many martial arts classes available at the YWCA. They have a full range of martial arts-related classes ranging from Kendo, Taekwondo to Wing Tsun Martial Art. These classes are perfect for youngsters who have limitless energy and great classes to improve motor skills, discipline, concentration, and respect, which will help children develop into responsible, courteous, and upstanding individuals. For children 3 – 15 years.
YWCA International Kids Club, 3/F, No.1 Macdonnell Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3476 1340, firstname.lastname@example.org, clle.ywca.org.hk
ESF Sports are currently offering Krav Maga self-defense classes at various sites
across Hong Kong. ESF Krav Maga provides opportunities for children to learn self-
defense techniques that allow them to defend themselves in various situations. ESF
Krav Maga program is designed to develop students' self-discipline, respect for
others, and confidence in facing adverse situations in life.
ESF Krav Maga, Various locations in Hong Kong, +852 2711 1280,
HKJJ Hong Kong Jiu-Jitsu offers Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for kids of all ages and lessons for adults (females and males). Their instructors speak various languages, which include English and Cantonese. They are the first Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy in Hong Kong opened by a Black belt instructor who is Master Black Belt Champion in the Asian Championships and Brown Belt 3rd place in the World Championships. It also has near 110m2 of Training mat space and is open daily.
HKJJ Hong Kong Jiu-Jitsu, +852 3488 5594, email@example.com, hkjj.com.hk
The philosophy of Shotokan Karate-do is based on the traditional budo spirit of karate which seeks the perfection of character through hard training and discipline. For little warriors, there are practical classes in English and Mandarin as well as online courses. Their Chief Instructor and instructors are trained and qualified by Soke Kanazawa (Black Belt 10th Dan).
Shotokan-Karate-Do International, South China Athletic Association, 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2830 0923, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.skif.com.hk
At Abira, Muay Thai is taught, which is believed to improve children's agility while the immune system gets a massive boost. The training also aids them with the tools on how to defend themselves from physical danger. But most importantly, Muay Thai educates young ones in respecting one another and learning self-awareness. Although the training might seem a tad aggressive, however, because of the emphasis on discipline and having distinct levels, this martial arts is suitable for all ages.
Abira, 7/F Dundas Square, 43H Dundas St., Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2116 4488, email@example.com, www.abiraboxing.com
IWKA Kung Fu program gives your child the chance to explore their innate powers more than any other sport! Your child will marvel as they increase strength, flexibility, endurance, balance, and harmony with their well-known IWKA System. Sign your kiddo up today with one of the following classes; Kung Fu Panda 3 – 5 years old, Kung Fu Tiger & Dragon class (Leadership/Black Belt Class) 6 – 9 years old, and Kung Fu Junior 10 - 16 years old.
IWKA Kung Fu Hong Kong, 285 Des Voeux Road,Unit 2B, Kam Hong Building, Hong Kong, +852 2851 7755, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.kungfuhongkong.com
Chito Ryu Karate is one of the traditional styles of Karate, founded by Tsuyoshi Chitose in 1946. Karate is more than just a sport and after-school activity. At Chito Ryu Karate School, they emphasize self-defense and health benefits and parents, witness their children becoming more disciplined in their overall demeanor. Life lessons are also a major component of karate training.
Chito Ryu Karate, 18/F, Room B, Prosperous Commercial Building, 54 Jardines Bazaar, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2523 5200, email@example.com, www.chitoryu.hk
Heng Yue Yen Kwan educates adults, children, and families on a modern Chinese martial art called Heng Yue Yen Long Kwon in a comfortable environment. This martial art is complete and draws all the best principles from all martial arts to propose modern, practical, and efficient techniques. This type of kung-fu can be practiced at all ages from 3 to 80 years. They have classes for toddlers, children, and teens, as well as classes for ladies. Take your little one down to learn the basics as you practice self-defense!
Heng Yue Yen Kwan, 10/F, Morrison Plaza, No. 9 Morrison Hill Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2511 8787, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.hyylkmartialarts.com
Guide To Kung Fu Classes In Hong Kong
ESF Kung Fu, www.esf.org.hk/sports/our-sports/kung-fu/overview.html
Chinese International Kung Fu Schools, www.samlau-wingchun.com *Wing Chun style, kids classes
Po Chi Lam Li Chan Wo Sports Association, pochilam.org
Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do, www.jkd.com.hk/Eng
IWKA Kung Fu Hong Kong, www.kungfuhongkong.com
Wam Kan Leung, wankamleung.com
Shaolin Wushu Culture Centre, www.shaolincc.org.hk
International Wing Chun, www.hkwingchun.com
Heng Yue Yen Kwan, www.hyylkmartialarts.com.
Wan Kam Leung, wankamleung.com
Chinese Style Kung Fu + Tai Chi, www.taichielite.com
Mindful Wing Chun, www.mindfulwingchun.com.hk
Guide To Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Classes In Hong Kong
Hong Kong Jiu-Jitsu, hkjj.com.hk
Kowloon Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, www.klnbjj.com
Sensory Fight Club, https://www.sensoryfightclub.com/kids-class
Krav Maga Classes In Hong Kong
MMA Classes In Hong Kong
Studio Jab, http://studiojab.hk/jab-kids/
Warrior Academy, http://warrioracademyhk.com/ *Parents Only
Guide To Muay Thai Classes In Hong Kong
Ursus, www.ursusfitness.com *Parents Only
Guide To Capoeira Classes In Hong Kong
Capoeira Hong Kong, www.capoeirahk.com *Kids classes too
Guide To Taekwondo Classes In Hong Kong
Cheung Do Kwan, www.hongkongtaekwondo.com
Flex Hong Kong, http://flexhk.com/kids-teens/
YD Taekwando (TKO), http://ydtkdkorea.com/
Clearwater Bay Country Club, www.cwbgolf.org
American Club Hong Kong, www.americanclubhk.com
Family Taekwondo In Sai Kung, new.thestudiosaikung.com
Guide To Fencing Classes In Hong Kong
HK Fencing Master, http://www.hkfencingmaster.com
Excel Fencing, http://www.excel-fencing.com/
Guide To Karate Classes In Hong Kong
Chito Ryu Karate, www.chitoryu.hk
Tree Sport (TKO), https://www.tree-sport.com/
Shotokan-Karate-Do International, www.skif.com.hk
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