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Control - Balance - Focus
Head Coach - Nicholas Spencer
Coach Nick has had over 20 years of martial arts experience including worldwide competitions, and 10 years of experience teaching martial arts to hundreds of students. He was a member of the United States Wushu Team and is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He has trained under with some of the world's best wushu instructors and practitioners including Wu Bin (movie star Jet Li's teacher), Jiang Ban Jun (3 time world champion), and Li Ying (Beijing wushu A-Team member).   

At Enter Martial Arts, We Focus On

Traditional Kung Fu
Contemporary Wushu
We teach Taiwanese Tian Shan Pai Kung Fu. It was brought to the United States by Grand Master Willy Lin. This style incorporates many strikes and stances that are found in contemporary wushu but does not leave out the intricacies that allow it to be a formidable martial art.
Made famous by action stars Jet Li and Donnie Yen, wushu is a performance art made to appreciate the aesthetics and preserve the history of Chinese martial arts.
Black belt, Martial Arts, Kung fu, wushu, Weapons, staff, spear
Self Defense
Sport Kickboxing
Chin Na Self defense is designed to use small joint manipulation to control an attacker. This style relies on technique and not on aggression or strength.
Learn the exciting sport of kickboxing. Strengthen your body and build stamina to compete against others. We also practice club sparring. This type of sparring is not competitive at all and allows students to hone the techniques they've learned in class in a safe and controlled environment.
There are MANY traditional weapons that were used historically in China. As you build a foundation, you will be introduced to a few. If you decide to specialize in weaponry, you can have the opportunity to become proficient in all of them.

Understanding Our History
and Looking To the Future

Our curriculum is designed to introduce students to the full range of martial arts, in 12 levels before black belt. This allows for students to objectively measure their  current performance and clearly see what new obstacles they will need to overcome. After black belt, students can choose to specialize in the subject matter they found most interesting.