Our kids classes have flexible starts times in case you have a difficult commute, prior activities or your child prefers to have shorter class due to fatigue or concentration etc.

Monday:   4:15pm or 4:30pm to 5:00pm

Saturday: 9:00am or 9:15am to 9:45pm



107 Cuba St, Wellington (there is a map at the bottom of the page)

Kids Classes:

Ages: 5 to7 years old

Parents and caregivers are welcome to participate with their children.


Kung Fu Kids is the Wellington Wing Tsun Academy after school kung fu class for children.

The class is designed to introduce and foster the values and benefits of martial arts that can be applied to home, school life and other sports.

It promotes physical and social confidence, while supporting mental balance and physical fitness through focused aerobic activities.

  • Discipline
  • Team work
  • Focus
  • Listening Skills
  • Fitness
  • Flexibility
  • Co-ordination
  • Agility
  • Rolling
  • Break falling
  • Punching and kicking (non contact)
  • Blocking and Dodging

The Children really enjoy the Kung Fu Class they talk about it all week. Its also really great to tire them out for the afternoon especially on rainy days.

Leigh Ennis

Teacher at Thorndon Primary School

The programme aims to support mental and physical development of girls and boys, including those who do less well in team sports.

The values and benefits of martial art based activities include:

  1. Mental development: attention, confidence, concentration, courtesy, focus, respect, self-discipline and self-esteem.
  2. Physical development: agility, co-ordination, flexibility, posture, strength, stamina.

The programme is physically and mentally safe for the children and combines the fun of the activities with a balanced mind though the martial art framework.

Through introducing the principles of Wing Chun, we promote and foster:

  • confidence without bullying or anger
  • non-aggressive ways of dealing with being bullied
  • alertness and awareness
  • dealing with physical confrontation
  • dealing with verbal, gesture or other non-physical attacks.

A fringe benefit of the above values is the children’s increased safety from threats or undesirable behaviour of a malicious adult.

Miles and Jaxon have been doing Kung Fu for over a year. They enjoy the action and the games and like collecting the certificates at the end of each term. I like to encourage my children to stay active.

Agnieszka Kowalew

Miles and Jaxon's Mum

Activities based on martial arts, such as Chinese Kung Fu to which Wing Chun belongs, are a fun way for both boys and girls to achieve fitness and focus. Some parents may think they also promote violence, but that’s a myth. The martial arts actually help teach self-discipline and socialization skills. In fact, many parents whose children have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) report great success with these programs because self-control and concentration are exactly the skills underdeveloped in ADHD kids.”  Source “Parenting”.

  • Ducking and Jumping
  • Side stepping
  • Spinning
  • Animal Movements

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Alistair du Chatenier

Principal Thorndon Primary School

The class is taught by Duncan Zhou, the chief instructor of the Wing Tsun Association. He has over 20 years’ experience learning and practicing different martial arts.

Duncan has taught martial arts to a variety of age groups with diverse fitness and flexibility levels. He is also a certified personal trainer from the New Zealand Institute of sport and the instructor of the Wellington based TeamFit, small group and individual fitness training programme.

Duncan also has experience teaching second languages to children.  He is a passionate instructor and dedicated to your child’s enjoyable development.

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