Kids Classes

Our school offers a structured and safe environment where children can learn the traditional art of kung fu. The spirit and values ​​of this martial art are based on a program of training and technical basis of modern psycho-pedagogy. The courses are held directly by de Nittis Shifu and his instructors. Seriousness and professionalism, along with a team spirit and friendship, takes the children on the path of growth technique and physical and mental development. The practice of traditional kung fu offers the possibility of improving attention and visual-spatial coordination, flexibility and gain greater flexibility in their movements, to have a balanced posture and better body care. In addition, this ancient martial art allows the child of today’s society, often with no outlets for their energy individual to become aware of the self and harmony of his movements, providing a safe place where prevailing respect for the values​​, rules and of living in a community. In this traditional practice of kung fu does not become only a place where to study to reach the perfection of the mere movement, but real life fitness.





Shifu de Nittis, a psychologist to cognitive-behavioral address, has created a training program and a basis for learning and the children, differentiated into three levels.

-Young Leopard

The “Young Leopard ‘ allows children to begin the approach to the basic motor activities. The program mainly consists of specific “circuits”, predetermined paths with obstacles and gymnastic exercises, even in the form of the game, are useful for the development of the first technical skills and socialization. Traditional Kung Fu exercises are practiced at this stage, via learning methods focused to the smallest, with the aim of reaching the first stages of the Program:

1) Attention Focused

2) Concentration on an intermittent basis

3) Learning the basic techniques

4) Learning the “language of Kung Fu”

5) Work on the basic movement patterns (running, jumping, rolling, kicking, ..)

6) Teamwork through play and fun

7) Study: “bu xing” (key positions)

– “Bei fa (Techniques upper limbs)

– “Tui Fa” (Techniques with legs) –

– Start of the study of the first “Taolu” (forms)







- Little Dragon

The program “little Dragon” is characterized by motor OUT OF heritage martial exercises which provide a more complex coordination and study of various exercises with the basic weapons of kung fu (stick, sword, fan …). At this stage increases the perception of the body and reach a better relationship between space and time, better balance and coordination.

The objectives of this program are as follows:

1) Development of flexible

2) Work on balance and coordination body

3) Work on self-control and concentration through specific meditation exercises for children

4) Learning martial skills with exercises in pairs or singles

5) Improving education in the management body

6) Study: “Ti Er Bu  Xing” (Second session key positions)

“Bu fa (Steps and movements)

“Bao wei” (Techniques of defense)

“Bing qi” (traditional weapons, or weapons of warriors)

“Taolu” (traditional)

7) Start studying martial applications


Brave Tiger


The “brave tiger” is designed to consolidate and refine motor skills already learned, to begin the approach to the study of advanced techniques of traditional Kung Fu and self defense. At this stage you can differentiate, depending on your
specific skills, learning the various styles of Kung Fu and specialization in the study of weapons. At this stage also allows education to improve communication and listening to his companions, promoting positive social interactions, enabling the development of values ​​such as respect, trust and integrity.

The program’s objectives are:

1) Development of the reasoning / creative Mind

2) Increased internalization of social rules / models positive reference

3) Collaborative learning / Friendship

4) Increased self confidence

5) Improvement of “body memory” movements and more complex techniques

6) Increase the speed stimulus-response in the technical single, in pairs (eg Mon kuna Ng, Chi sao etc. ..) and with traditional weapons

7) Study: “Taolu” (traditional forms with weapons and empty hand) with its martial applications

Using equipment to improve the technical precision and harmony of movements: eg. Muk Yan Chong (wooden dummy), mitts, shields, etc. ..