Kung Fu Summer Camps
Join us this summer for a week of kung fu, self defense, games, activities, crafts and more. Our kung fu summer camps are a fun and engaging martial arts experience. Your child will learn kung fu, gain confidence and coordination, and have fun in a safe and supportive environment.
Cost for the full week: $300 - Partial scholarship available
Learn more and register for our Kung Fu Kids Camp
Congrats to Sifu Michelle!
A big congratulations to Sifu Michelle McVadon's 2014 AWMAI (Association of Women Martial Arts Instructors) Hall of Fame Induction.
Who We Are
Seven Star Women’s Kung Fu provides training to women in the art of Kajukenbo and self defense. Founded in 1981 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit women’s martial arts school, we represent four generations of women teaching women. For 30 years, Seven Star has created a nurturing, non-threatening environment for women to learn practical self defense skills and build strength and confidence through the martial arts.
- Open Sparring - Third Sunday of each month, NEW TIME 11:30-1:00 (open to all styles and genders)
- Beginner’s Cycle: Next beginner's cycle starts May 27th 2014 (open enrollment through June 3rd) Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 pm and Thursdays 7:30-9:00 pm, Optional Saturdays 11am -12:30 pm
- Next Try a Class Night: Wednesday, May 14th, 6:30 to 8:00pm followed by an Open House with refreshments!
- Next 3-week Self Defense Class: May 6th through May 20th, Tuesdays, 6:00 to 7:30pm
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Kajukenbo is an eclectic martial art from Hawaii that combines techniques from Tang Soo Do (Korean karate), Kodokan judo, jujitsu, Kosho Ryu kenpo, and Shaolin kung fu into a style that is effective in real-life situations. Kajukenbo does not rely solely on size or strength, making it well-suited for women. Seven Star’s style is also influenced by aikido, wun hop kuen do, and the unique experiences of our instructors. We include self-defense training throughout our curriculum.
Seven Star empowers women to train by offering sliding scale dues based on income, scholarships, ASL interpreting, and free on-site childcare for moms while they train. There are no contracts, annual fees, or expensive uniforms.
Browse our site to find out more—or better yet, come train with us!
For more information about classes or starting to train e-mail Sifu Michelle McVadon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.720.1046.