Events at Towson University

Martial Arts Workshops

Martial Arts Workshops

February 21 - Beginner’s Self-Defense-Featuring Tang Soo Do and Karate
Learn the basics of body posture, voice tactics, establishing boundaries, and easy-to-remember movements to defend yourself. Come prepared by wearing athletic clothing and shoes. Recommended for ages 18+.

February 27 - Introduction to Kung Fu, Contemporary Wushu and Sanda
Experience firsthand the exciting world of Chinese Martial Arts! Participants will focus their minds, root their stances, snap their kicks, and drive their punches. All experience levels, including beginners, will learn something new and get a good workout.

March 7 - Demonstration | Fundamentals of Kendo
Learn the fixed forms (kata) that make up the basic elements of kendo swordsmanship. Kata include fundamental techniques of attacking and counter-attacking and have practical applications in general kendo.

April 18 - Demonstration | Feeding Crane Style Kung Fu
"Feeding Crane” (Sit-hoh-kun or She-he-quan) is a branch of the White Crane Kung Fu that originated in Southern China and is now preserved in Taiwan. The Crane system is known for its burst of power and footwork.


Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 6:30pm

University Union
University Union, Towson University, Towson, MD 21252, USA

Event Type

Arts & Culture, A&C-Asian Art


Academic Affairs, Asian Arts & Culture Center, Fine Arts & Communication (College of)

Target Audience

Students, Faculty, General Public, Staff


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