Austin Kung Fu Academy

★★★★★
  • 7739 Northcross Dr G

    Austin, TX 78757

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  • 512-323-0805

About Austin Kung Fu Academy

Hours
Mon 9am-4:30pm, Mon 7:30pm-8:30pm, Wed 7:30pm-8:30pm, Tue 3pm-6pm, Thu 3pm-6pm, Tue 8pm-9pm, Thu 8pm-9pm, Wed 9am-3pm, Fri 9am-3:30pm, Fri 4:30pm-5:30pm, Sat 9am-12pm
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I've been attending Santanu's tai chi class for 2 years. I enjoy every class. I learn new movements and refine the forms I've already learned to gently gain grace and confidence in tai chi. I've been happy to realize that my tai chi training contributes to my creative practice as a fine artist in drawing and painting. My recent work has been influenced by zen painting and having tai chi in my life supports flowing and expressive brushwork.

I recommend Austin Kung-Fu Academy to older folks like me. Physically I have noticed my balance is better and I've gained strength. Tai chi is great mental training for memory too.

Santanu is a great teacher, patient and exacting who adds cultural information to the course that helps me to contextualize the movements. Santanu also created a comic book with a different slant on the tai chi positions. Santanu and Nisha created an access TV show that is quite entertaining, but the movie nights that Austin Kung-Fu Academy sponsors once a month are really silly and inspiring at the same time. Santanu has a collection of the wackiest kung-fu flicks and we watch them on an open air patio. Adding comedy to the already creative mix from class is a wonderful way to lighten the experience with laughter.

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★★★★★

I've been attending Santanu's tai chi class for 2 years. I enjoy every class. I learn new movements and refine the forms I've already learned to gently gain grace and confidence in tai chi. I've been happy to realize that my tai chi training contributes to my creative practice as a fine artist in drawing and painting. My recent work has been influenced by zen painting and having tai chi in my life supports flowing and expressive brushwork.

I recommend Austin Kung-Fu Academy to older folks like me. Physically I have noticed my balance is better and I've gained strength. Tai chi is great mental training for memory too.

Santanu is a great teacher, patient and exacting who adds cultural information to the course that helps me to contextualize the movements. Santanu also created a comic book with a different slant on the tai chi positions. Santanu and Nisha created an access TV show that is quite entertaining, but the movie nights that Austin Kung-Fu Academy sponsors once a month are really silly and inspiring at the same time. Santanu has a collection of the wackiest kung-fu flicks and we watch them on an open air patio. Adding comedy to the already creative mix from class is a wonderful way to lighten the experience with laughter.

Pros: Fabulous training for brain and body

Cons: None

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I started taking classes after minor surgery over a year ago. I found the classes not only helped me get back into condition, but were fun at the same time.
The instructor is always positive and encourages me, or anyone else in his class to progress as quickly as they're capable. He identified my strengths and works with me on my weaknesses. Although I would still consider myself to be pretty much a beginner compared to others in my class, I have learned more than I thought I could in the limited time I have available as a parent.
I have seen him use the same positive motivation when instructing children. It's great to see kid's learning and laughing at the same time. Children progress at their own rate. I have not come across a better children's instructor. The reason I know this is my son has been taking classes for almost a year and has a great time. I would encourage any parent, including those who have children with minor disabilities, to take a look at the children's classes.
The locations and class times are convenient .

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★★★★★

I started taking classes after minor surgery over a year ago. I found the classes not only helped me get back into condition, but were fun at the same time.
The instructor is always positive and encourages me, or anyone else in his class to progress as quickly as they're capable. He identified my strengths and works with me on my weaknesses. Although I would still consider myself to be pretty much a beginner compared to others in my class, I have learned more than I thought I could in the limited time I have available as a parent.
I have seen him use the same positive motivation when instructing children. It's great to see kid's learning and laughing at the same time. Children progress at their own rate. I have not come across a better children's instructor. The reason I know this is my son has been taking classes for almost a year and has a great time. I would encourage any parent, including those who have children with minor disabilities, to take a look at the children's classes.
The locations and class times are convenient .

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I've been taken Santanu's Adult Kung-Fu class for 4 months now. I was looking around for dance classes at the time since I use to dance in high school, but I found AKFA through Austin Chronicle and decided to call. Santanu invited me to a one-on-one session where I learned some basics and then he invited me to a class. The class was really fun. It was exactly what I wanted, I was not only learning self-defensive moves, but I also was learning forms and formations in order to earn my belts. Not only is the class fun and useful, but the people are really friendly. I would recommend this for any one who is interested in starting out in martial arts or if they are looking for a new place to continue their practice.

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★★★★★

I've been taken Santanu's Adult Kung-Fu class for 4 months now. I was looking around for dance classes at the time since I use to dance in high school, but I found AKFA through Austin Chronicle and decided to call. Santanu invited me to a one-on-one session where I learned some basics and then he invited me to a class. The class was really fun. It was exactly what I wanted, I was not only learning self-defensive moves, but I also was learning forms and formations in order to earn my belts. Not only is the class fun and useful, but the people are really friendly. I would recommend this for any one who is interested in starting out in martial arts or if they are looking for a new place to continue their practice.

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My eight year old son loves his Kung Fu classes!! It is so fun to watch him do his forms and learn something that is not only good for him physically but also teaches him how to protect himself. Santanu is such an amazing instructor, very patient & kind, it is obvious he enjoys teaching Kung Fu.

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★★★★★

My eight year old son loves his Kung Fu classes!! It is so fun to watch him do his forms and learn something that is not only good for him physically but also teaches him how to protect himself. Santanu is such an amazing instructor, very patient & kind, it is obvious he enjoys teaching Kung Fu.

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My son is 5 years old and has been learning Kung Fu at the academy this past year. He looks forward to going and I can tell he respects the instructor Santanu. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming and the kids get down to business from the time they get there until the class ends. I would recommend Austin Kung Fu Academy to any child who could benefit from dicipline, self control and self-esteem building. The owners/instructors are very friendly and passionate about what they do.

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★★★★★

My son is 5 years old and has been learning Kung Fu at the academy this past year. He looks forward to going and I can tell he respects the instructor Santanu. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming and the kids get down to business from the time they get there until the class ends. I would recommend Austin Kung Fu Academy to any child who could benefit from dicipline, self control and self-esteem building. The owners/instructors are very friendly and passionate about what they do.

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Austin Kung Fu Academy has been a thoroughly positive experience for me. I first met the Academy's founder and head instructor, Santanu Rahman, through my gym, where he was teaching a Tai Chi class. I have studied Tai Chi with a number of instructors, but I particularly liked the way Santanu focused on the basics. When the class was replaced by a yoga class, I knew I wanted to continue learning from Santanu. I have typically been drawn more to "yin," internal martial arts, such as Tai Chi, and wanted to stretch myself with something more "yang," or external, like Kung Fu. Santanu invited me to attend a Kung Fu class free of charge, to make sure it seemed like a good fit for me. He and his wife and business partner, Nisha, helped me feel very welcome. Their friendliness, encouragement, and positive attitude make all the difference. They welcome everyone, regardless of age, experience, or skill level, and create an atmosphere that is fun and supportive, while maintaining a high standard for instruction. Santanu's education background informs his teaching style--he literally makes it possible for anyone to succeed and enjoy the learning process at the same time. He regularly provides tips that help students continue moving forward, where they might otherwise get stuck and discouraged. I get a full-body workout at each class, and have gotten in touch with power (both internal and external) I didn't know I had. Santanu and Nisha also produce a terrific Public Access Cable Television show, "Du the Fu," which, like class, is both fun and educational. Santanu is a superb instructor at all age levels. When I arrive early for adult class, and am watching Santanu teach his kids' class, I don't know who is having more fun, him or his students! I highly recommend the Austin Kung Fu Academy!

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★★★★★

Austin Kung Fu Academy has been a thoroughly positive experience for me. I first met the Academy's founder and head instructor, Santanu Rahman, through my gym, where he was teaching a Tai Chi class. I have studied Tai Chi with a number of instructors, but I particularly liked the way Santanu focused on the basics. When the class was replaced by a yoga class, I knew I wanted to continue learning from Santanu. I have typically been drawn more to "yin," internal martial arts, such as Tai Chi, and wanted to stretch myself with something more "yang," or external, like Kung Fu. Santanu invited me to attend a Kung Fu class free of charge, to make sure it seemed like a good fit for me. He and his wife and business partner, Nisha, helped me feel very welcome. Their friendliness, encouragement, and positive attitude make all the difference. They welcome everyone, regardless of age, experience, or skill level, and create an atmosphere that is fun and supportive, while maintaining a high standard for instruction. Santanu's education background informs his teaching style--he literally makes it possible for anyone to succeed and enjoy the learning process at the same time. He regularly provides tips that help students continue moving forward, where they might otherwise get stuck and discouraged. I get a full-body workout at each class, and have gotten in touch with power (both internal and external) I didn't know I had. Santanu and Nisha also produce a terrific Public Access Cable Television show, "Du the Fu," which, like class, is both fun and educational. Santanu is a superb instructor at all age levels. When I arrive early for adult class, and am watching Santanu teach his kids' class, I don't know who is having more fun, him or his students! I highly recommend the Austin Kung Fu Academy!

Pros: Friendly, welcoming, excellent instruction!

Cons: Would like a Monday evening class--more a request than a con!

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Austin Kung-Fu Academy ROCKS! What more can I say? AKFA provides excellent martial arts training in a friendly environment where everyone is focused on enhancing their martial arts knowledge from beginner to expert. The instructor, Santanu Rahman, masterfully guides all students to acheive the most in their training. If you are interested in high impact or low impact training, AKFA provides a well rounded curriculum from Tai Chi to Kung-Fu. I highly recommend sitting in a class and see why the students have such a positive experience from it.

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★★★★★

Austin Kung-Fu Academy ROCKS! What more can I say? AKFA provides excellent martial arts training in a friendly environment where everyone is focused on enhancing their martial arts knowledge from beginner to expert. The instructor, Santanu Rahman, masterfully guides all students to acheive the most in their training. If you are interested in high impact or low impact training, AKFA provides a well rounded curriculum from Tai Chi to Kung-Fu. I highly recommend sitting in a class and see why the students have such a positive experience from it.

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6 months ago I was shopping around for a martial arts class in Austin. After reading through the website, I called AKFA to get more information and Santanu personally answered the phone and kindly invited me to just show up and see how I liked it. He even took the time before class to show me the basics, so I wouldn't feel completely lost. You may think that anyone would do that for a first timer, but Santanu does this for every student at all times. He is sincerely there to help you learn and have a good time doing it.

Classes at AKFA are always fun and you get out of them whatever you are looking for. If you want intensity and power, you got it. If you want relaxation and meditation, it's there. You learn something new in every class. No matter what your skill level you never feel excluded from the exercises, even the more advanced students realize that they have much to learn. There is a strong feeling of teamwork and camaraderie.

AKFA is also a great value. Not only do you get two hours to practice each week, there are also supplemental classes for you to work on your form or your sparring techniques or both! Again, you get out of these classes exactly what you're looking to get. I would highly recommend you take a look at Austin Kung Fu Academy, but be ready to break a sweat!

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★★★★★

6 months ago I was shopping around for a martial arts class in Austin. After reading through the website, I called AKFA to get more information and Santanu personally answered the phone and kindly invited me to just show up and see how I liked it. He even took the time before class to show me the basics, so I wouldn't feel completely lost. You may think that anyone would do that for a first timer, but Santanu does this for every student at all times. He is sincerely there to help you learn and have a good time doing it.

Classes at AKFA are always fun and you get out of them whatever you are looking for. If you want intensity and power, you got it. If you want relaxation and meditation, it's there. You learn something new in every class. No matter what your skill level you never feel excluded from the exercises, even the more advanced students realize that they have much to learn. There is a strong feeling of teamwork and camaraderie.

AKFA is also a great value. Not only do you get two hours to practice each week, there are also supplemental classes for you to work on your form or your sparring techniques or both! Again, you get out of these classes exactly what you're looking to get. I would highly recommend you take a look at Austin Kung Fu Academy, but be ready to break a sweat!

Pros: Personal instruction, great value, positive atmosphere, self-improvement

Cons: none

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I have been studying tai chi at Austin Kung Fu Academy for 16 months. In that time we have worked on five forms: the yang 37, broad sword, chen, straight sword and fan. We have done a variety of warm up exercises, push-hands and standing meditation. Santanu Rahman knows his stuff and is an unassuming and masterful teacher. He works with everyone at his own level, at every class. I tried the class when it was offered through my health club and liked how it felt. If you have curiosity or are knowledgeable about tai chi and want to practice and have fun, I urge you to contact Santanu and try a free class. Also look for "Do the Fu" his weekly program on Access TV (Tuesday at 8:00 pm on Channel 10), the book "Taijiquan: The Art of Nurturing, the Science of Power" by Yang Yang, his teacher; and Santanu's comic book series.

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★★★★★

I have been studying tai chi at Austin Kung Fu Academy for 16 months. In that time we have worked on five forms: the yang 37, broad sword, chen, straight sword and fan. We have done a variety of warm up exercises, push-hands and standing meditation. Santanu Rahman knows his stuff and is an unassuming and masterful teacher. He works with everyone at his own level, at every class. I tried the class when it was offered through my health club and liked how it felt. If you have curiosity or are knowledgeable about tai chi and want to practice and have fun, I urge you to contact Santanu and try a free class. Also look for "Do the Fu" his weekly program on Access TV (Tuesday at 8:00 pm on Channel 10), the book "Taijiquan: The Art of Nurturing, the Science of Power" by Yang Yang, his teacher; and Santanu's comic book series.

Pros: Tai chi is wonderful for both the mind and body

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My daughter and I both take classes at Kung Fu Academy, and the benefits have been outstanding! Santanu is a wonderful instructor and is especially great with the kids' classes. My daughter (age 7) has a fantastic time in her class, and she is learning self-discipline and concentration and she is becoming very strong. Kung Fu has been good for her overall self-esteem.

The adult classes are excellent - I started a few months ago and they have been a lot of fun. The more experienced students and the instructors are very patient and help the newcomers learn as we go. I've gained a lot of strength and endurance in a short amount of time with only two workouts a week. The benefits of learning Kung Fu techniques have been outstanding - increased mental focus, physical (and mental) stress release, increased coordination and power, self-defense, most of all - FUN! My daughter and I also have fun practicing our forms and techniques together.

Most of all, Austin Kung Fu Academy is a great place to go because of Santanu, the owner and instructor. He makes learning fun and interesting. No two classes are ever the same, and he is a kind and patient teacher. I highly recommend it!!

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★★★★★

My daughter and I both take classes at Kung Fu Academy, and the benefits have been outstanding! Santanu is a wonderful instructor and is especially great with the kids' classes. My daughter (age 7) has a fantastic time in her class, and she is learning self-discipline and concentration and she is becoming very strong. Kung Fu has been good for her overall self-esteem.

The adult classes are excellent - I started a few months ago and they have been a lot of fun. The more experienced students and the instructors are very patient and help the newcomers learn as we go. I've gained a lot of strength and endurance in a short amount of time with only two workouts a week. The benefits of learning Kung Fu techniques have been outstanding - increased mental focus, physical (and mental) stress release, increased coordination and power, self-defense, most of all - FUN! My daughter and I also have fun practicing our forms and techniques together.

Most of all, Austin Kung Fu Academy is a great place to go because of Santanu, the owner and instructor. He makes learning fun and interesting. No two classes are ever the same, and he is a kind and patient teacher. I highly recommend it!!

Pros: Techniques, friendliness, workout, fun, location, parking, $ value

Cons: none

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I spent close to 3 years looking for a traditional Kung Fu school within reasonable driving distance, and finally found one in Austin Kung Fu Academy. I've trained Chinese martial arts for almost 4 years, and I'm pretty picky about schools (in case the 3-year search didn't clue you in!). I look for an instructor that knows and values his training lineage and demands good technique from his students. The instructor, Santanu Rahman, has a friendly but exacting style, and is an effective teacher for both beginners and somewhat-advanced students (like myself).

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★★★★★

I spent close to 3 years looking for a traditional Kung Fu school within reasonable driving distance, and finally found one in Austin Kung Fu Academy. I've trained Chinese martial arts for almost 4 years, and I'm pretty picky about schools (in case the 3-year search didn't clue you in!). I look for an instructor that knows and values his training lineage and demands good technique from his students. The instructor, Santanu Rahman, has a friendly but exacting style, and is an effective teacher for both beginners and somewhat-advanced students (like myself).

Pros: Excellent instructor, friendly atmosphere, good Kung Fu!

Cons: not too many cons -- maybe few choices on class times?

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I have been taking Kung-Fu here for over eighteen months and have loved every day of it. Santanu (the instructor) has extreme patients and is very easy to learn from. The two locations are also very convent.

Before starting with AKFA I had a gym membership. Kung-Fu gives me a more well rounded workout, helps the mind and sprit, and is much more fun!

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★★★★★

I have been taking Kung-Fu here for over eighteen months and have loved every day of it. Santanu (the instructor) has extreme patients and is very easy to learn from. The two locations are also very convent.

Before starting with AKFA I had a gym membership. Kung-Fu gives me a more well rounded workout, helps the mind and sprit, and is much more fun!

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What a great place. The owners are wonderful, friendly people who love what they do. They also incorporate their other interests to make this school unique. The other students are a blast and we all work together to improve.

My daughter and I have been going here for over a year, and we both love it. My daughter looks forward to going each week, and has excelled not only in skill, but in discipline and goal setting. She has gone to other schools in the past, but they were a bit too strict. Santanu has a great way of making the class fun, while effectively keeping them focused. To quote her, "I'm going to black belt, and whatever comes after that."

For me, it's a great way to work out, learn a new skill, and have fun. And it's not limited to just one class. We have our choice of attending supplemental classes for forms and sparring. There's also special events, like movie nights, and a chance to be part of the cable access tv show, Du the Fu (currently in season one).

I can't recommend this school more. It has everything you could possibly want. Just try it out once, and you'll be hooked.

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★★★★★

What a great place. The owners are wonderful, friendly people who love what they do. They also incorporate their other interests to make this school unique. The other students are a blast and we all work together to improve.

My daughter and I have been going here for over a year, and we both love it. My daughter looks forward to going each week, and has excelled not only in skill, but in discipline and goal setting. She has gone to other schools in the past, but they were a bit too strict. Santanu has a great way of making the class fun, while effectively keeping them focused. To quote her, "I'm going to black belt, and whatever comes after that."

For me, it's a great way to work out, learn a new skill, and have fun. And it's not limited to just one class. We have our choice of attending supplemental classes for forms and sparring. There's also special events, like movie nights, and a chance to be part of the cable access tv show, Du the Fu (currently in season one).

I can't recommend this school more. It has everything you could possibly want. Just try it out once, and you'll be hooked.

Pros: Best one in Austin. Great owners, people, classes, and extra. GREAT value.

Cons: If anything, some classes are a bit crowded. But that is a testament to how good it is.

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Santanu at Austin Kung Fu Academy is a gifted and generous teacher. He is patient and kind, traditionally trained and yet open minded in his approach both to teaching and to tai chi. Class atmosphere is non-competitive and a lot of fun. This is great exercise both for body and mind.

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★★★★★

Santanu at Austin Kung Fu Academy is a gifted and generous teacher. He is patient and kind, traditionally trained and yet open minded in his approach both to teaching and to tai chi. Class atmosphere is non-competitive and a lot of fun. This is great exercise both for body and mind.

Pros: great teacher! highly recommended

Cons: none

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Austin Kung Fu Academy is a friendly place to learn martial arts. The instructor really goes the extra mile to create an encouraging atmosphere. Students of all ages and varying abilities can be comfortable in challenging themselves with the masterful guidance of the instructor and cheering from classmates. Classes at are both personal and rewarding.

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★★★★★

Austin Kung Fu Academy is a friendly place to learn martial arts. The instructor really goes the extra mile to create an encouraging atmosphere. Students of all ages and varying abilities can be comfortable in challenging themselves with the masterful guidance of the instructor and cheering from classmates. Classes at are both personal and rewarding.

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My two young sons have both had a wonderful experience at Austin Kung Fu Academy. From the start, the school has been friendly and welcoming. Their instructor has made a point to get to know each of them and has tailored their experience to their individual ability and learning style. The school has been terrific about communicating with me about their progress. Both boys have been appropriately challenged and encouraged. They have learned an incredible amount in a short time - gaining not only many new Kung Fu techniques, but also fitness, discipline, character, and confidence. What more could you ask for?

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★★★★★

My two young sons have both had a wonderful experience at Austin Kung Fu Academy. From the start, the school has been friendly and welcoming. Their instructor has made a point to get to know each of them and has tailored their experience to their individual ability and learning style. The school has been terrific about communicating with me about their progress. Both boys have been appropriately challenged and encouraged. They have learned an incredible amount in a short time - gaining not only many new Kung Fu techniques, but also fitness, discipline, character, and confidence. What more could you ask for?

Pros: Friendly community, fantastic instruction

Cons: none

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My 6 year old has been taking classes at Austin Kung Fu Academy for over a year, and we LOVE it!!! Martial arts is a great activity for kids, and this is the place to do it! The instructor is so energetic and lively, his enthusiasm rapidly spreads in class. The kids have a ball doing complex Kung Fu forms, kicking and punching, learning how to fall...what more could you want???

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★★★★★

My 6 year old has been taking classes at Austin Kung Fu Academy for over a year, and we LOVE it!!! Martial arts is a great activity for kids, and this is the place to do it! The instructor is so energetic and lively, his enthusiasm rapidly spreads in class. The kids have a ball doing complex Kung Fu forms, kicking and punching, learning how to fall...what more could you want???

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It's exactly as it sounds--the Austin Kung Fu Academy is the most welcoming dojo I've ever trained at, and I've been to several over the years. There is no hostility, no competition, all the members are very kind and outgoing and classes are run in a loose fashion. We focus on forms, as well as the martial power of our arts. It's rare to find a combination between the two, but the Austin Kung Fu Academy has done so, and has done it very well. I have a lot of training in the martial arts, and the dojos I have trained at in the past are wrought with politics and unnecessary arguments of who's better at what. I am truly happy to have found a place that forgoes all hostility and pointless quarrels and focuses on the fun of martial arts. The Austin Kung Fu Academy is a professional environment welcome to all who seek knowledge of the martial arts, and I highly recommend at least going and sitting in on a class.

I hope to see you there,
Seth

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★★★★★

It's exactly as it sounds--the Austin Kung Fu Academy is the most welcoming dojo I've ever trained at, and I've been to several over the years. There is no hostility, no competition, all the members are very kind and outgoing and classes are run in a loose fashion. We focus on forms, as well as the martial power of our arts. It's rare to find a combination between the two, but the Austin Kung Fu Academy has done so, and has done it very well. I have a lot of training in the martial arts, and the dojos I have trained at in the past are wrought with politics and unnecessary arguments of who's better at what. I am truly happy to have found a place that forgoes all hostility and pointless quarrels and focuses on the fun of martial arts. The Austin Kung Fu Academy is a professional environment welcome to all who seek knowledge of the martial arts, and I highly recommend at least going and sitting in on a class.

I hope to see you there,
Seth

Pros: Professional environment, great training, fun, family experiece, and life long usefulness.

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I was naturally shy about studying such an exotic martial art as Choi Le Fut Kung Fu, but everyone was super friendly. The class seems free of any attitude, the instructor is technically fantastic and very easygoing, yet I stil seem to get a great workout and am rapidly picking up techniques I never thought I could learn. And most of all, it's fun!

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★★★★★

I was naturally shy about studying such an exotic martial art as Choi Le Fut Kung Fu, but everyone was super friendly. The class seems free of any attitude, the instructor is technically fantastic and very easygoing, yet I stil seem to get a great workout and am rapidly picking up techniques I never thought I could learn. And most of all, it's fun!

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I have been very pleased with the kids' program at Austin Kung Fu Academy. Santanu is exceptionally good with the kids -- he inspires and challenges them to learn, and provides a fun, respectful and caring environment in which to do it. You can see the joy in the kids faces and their bodies as they discover things they had no idea they could do. Highly recommended!

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★★★★★

I have been very pleased with the kids' program at Austin Kung Fu Academy. Santanu is exceptionally good with the kids -- he inspires and challenges them to learn, and provides a fun, respectful and caring environment in which to do it. You can see the joy in the kids faces and their bodies as they discover things they had no idea they could do. Highly recommended!

Pros: Great instructors, easy parking, central location, convenient after school and weekend hours.

Cons: None

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The friendly, helpful, and encouraging atmosphere while learning extremely effective and beautiful self defense techniques of the art is quite the rare mix. The cheerful and positive attitudes of the instructors and students is the first thing you notice. And then to top it off, you learn incredibly practical Kung-Fu techniques that can help you protect yourself. And a nice bonus - it's a fantastic workout that will keep you in shape.

I can't say enough good things about the people there! They are very genuine, enthusiastic about helping you, and really know how to break things down so that anyone can follow along. The techniques you learn are fantastic, and it truly is the people who make the difference. They make you feel welcome, safe, and will help you reach your potential all with positive encouragement!

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★★★★★

The friendly, helpful, and encouraging atmosphere while learning extremely effective and beautiful self defense techniques of the art is quite the rare mix. The cheerful and positive attitudes of the instructors and students is the first thing you notice. And then to top it off, you learn incredibly practical Kung-Fu techniques that can help you protect yourself. And a nice bonus - it's a fantastic workout that will keep you in shape.

I can't say enough good things about the people there! They are very genuine, enthusiastic about helping you, and really know how to break things down so that anyone can follow along. The techniques you learn are fantastic, and it truly is the people who make the difference. They make you feel welcome, safe, and will help you reach your potential all with positive encouragement!

Pros: Great teachers, good equipment, great students, plenty of parking

Cons: none!

 

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