Kids Kung Fu
Fun Through Movement
At Cambridge Kung Fu we aim to support each child's natural growth; helping them to coordinate their bodies and minds, to have fun exercising and being physical. We feel that learning to overcome challenges is the first piece in becoming a confident and successful person.
Our classes have a clear progression from Micro Monkeys through to Junior Warriors and on into the Youth and Adults programmes, however your child doesn't have to start as a Micro Monkey, they can join at any age!
Click on the badges below to find out more about each of our Kids Classes.
"Cambridge Kung Fu offers not just an outlet for our dynamic and energetic 7 year old to expound energy, learn new skills and have fun, but also encourages self-discipline and focus which is often absent from the noise and stressful pace of other aspects of his life."
"We are very grateful & hugely appreciative of the dedication & support that you & your colleagues have shown to William over the last few years. Cambridge Kung Fu was originally recommended to us by William’s paediatrician in an attempt to help improve some proprioception difficulties he had been having. Since attending your classes we have seen demonstrable improvements in both his focus & spatial awareness in every aspect of his life &, just as importantly, he always comes out having had fun!"
"Alistair is greatly enjoying the classes. They are very well run and the instructors are excellent. We're very impressed!"
"I have always been so impressed by your strong sense of community, and in particular equality amongst the staff, which I am so pleased my son has been exposed to and inspired by over some very formative years. I know he has learned many more lessons than just Kung Fu. In this day and age, I couldn't have asked for more positive role models."
"I want to tell you how very much Kung Fu has helped my son with his coordination difficulties. It is simply great for his motor skills but also very good for his social skills which benefit immensely from the confidence he feels when succeeding both individually and as part of the group."