108 Heroes Kung Fu is located in San Francisco, and provides full access lessons to the authentic, 1500 year old art of Kung Fu (Gong Fu) - the forms from the temples of ancient China for health, meditation, physical conditioning, overall fitness, and self defense!
108 Heroes Kung Fu is based out of San Francisco, and teaches authentic and effective Kung Fu and Tai Chi training essential for longevity, health, and martial arts skill. We do not train for tournaments or demo's, and the kung fu curriculum is kept traditional, with heavy conditioning, form training, bag-work, and sparring designed for combat. We specialize in mastering true Kung Fu. Students can expect to train in the external and internal styles, within a fun and dynamic environment. We are results based, and aspire to ensure you reach your personal goals.
We are one of few Kung Fu and Tai Chi schools in the San Francisco area focused exclusively to ADULT only training, which creates an environment and community unlike many others. We also have a strong emphasis on increasing women's participation within the martial arts. Whether becoming a top fighter, becoming the most healthy and resilient you can be, or having the focus and tools to master all aspects of your life; 108 Heroes will provide your path! There is no equivalent, and embarking on this journey can be the most rewarding and exciting venture of your life!
For more details on how kung fu and tai chi will improve your life, health, fitness levels, balance, coordination, and self-defense skills, please browse through our site, email us, or stop in to check us out!
It was a pleasure to visit the school where so many good things occur. Good vibes! -- Dan Millman. Author, Speaker, Martial Artist.
We share the same building as the auspicious Kwang Kung Temple! Ongoing classes are held unless special classes or notices are posted. The door will be open during business hours, walk up the temple stairs during business hours and check us out.
If you're driving, you can park at the nearby meters (free after 6:00pm) or in the Portsmouth parking garage across the street (24-hour access). If you're taking BART, the closest location is the Montgomery stop which will be a 4 block walk.