Kungfu is for everybody. We are passionate about sharing our knowledge of martial arts with students of all levels, ages and abilities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can total beginners join classes at the Beijing Milun School? Yes. We welcome students of all levels and ages. Beginners are welcome to start their studies at the school at any time and no experience is necessary.
What clothing should I wear to class? Students should wear loose-fitting sports clothing and athletic shoes to class. Long-term students will be expected to wear Kungfu shoes and the Beijing Milun School Uniform.
What style of kungfu should I study? Students are welcome to study any of the kungfu styles offered at the Beijing Milun School. Many beginning students choose to start their studies with a foundation in Shaolin Kungfu, the oldest of China’s martial arts. However, we encourage students to try different styles to determine which style best suits their personal interests.
How do the class passes work? To accomodate busy schedules, the Beijing Milun School offers a flexible eight-class pass that is valid for up to six months. Committed longer term students often purchase our three month, six month and year-long passes which offer discounted rates. For more information on prices, click here.
What about the first class? The Beijing Milun School offers first-time participants a special drop-in rate (100RMB) without obligation to purchase a school membership. Come try out kungfu! For more info about the cost of regular classes, click here.
I can’t speak Chinese. Do the instructors speak English? Yes, all our instructors understand some English and senior students are always available to help with translation. Classes at the Beijing Milun School of Traditional Kungfu are conducted in Chinese with English interpretation.
There are only four group classes a week. Can I study more often? Yes, the Beijing Milun School of Traditional Kungfu offers committed martial artists options for more intensive training. For information about private and one on one study, please click here.
Have a question not answered here? Contact us and we’re happy to help with any concerns.