STQI Toronto School
Shaolin Temple Quanfa Institute
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The 2024 T1 Winter January to April term begins January 01, 2024. Registration opens to the public on December 04, 2023, Monday.
We have reached 82.5% of our target student base. There are 35 spots left for the 2023 T3 Fall September to December term.

Kids Martial Arts Kung Fu March Break Camp March 13-17, 2023
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Starts Monday, March 13, 2023
Ends Friday, March 17, 2023
From 9:00 am to 3:30 pm
Fee: $295.00 + HST
Maximum 20 participants
This event is full. You can still register and be put on a waiting list.
Dao Shi, Shifu
Val Burroff, Junior Instructor
STQI Toronto Downtown Headquarters
393 Dundas Street West, 2nd Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G6
Thousand Student Hall and Meditation Hall
The northwest and northeast training rooms

Our camps are fun, challenging, and rewarding for children of any level

*For kids from 5 to 16 years of age, No experience needed *

Why Parents Love Our Camps!

Parents love to put their kids in training camps because they see immediate results! Kids become more focused and disciplined. Their fitness levels, confidence, and attitudes greatly improve.

Why Kids Love Our Camps!

Kids love our camps because they have fun and find it rewarding to persevere, strive, and focus. They enjoy participating in our daily meditation and philosophy which teaches them how to deal with real situations at school and home. Our games are innovative, creative, and challenging. They require cooperation, teamwork, and leadership.

And besides, we serve the best camp food ever!

What a Typical Day is Like

We keep things easy at the beginning of the week and then gradually increase the difficulty. Children are grouped by level and experience so they can learn and overcome challenges together.

A typical day would start off with meditation and philosophy to teach kids to settle their minds and focus on themselves. We may cover topics such as how to deal with bullying, understanding rules and compassion, etc.

Our physical training with Shaolin Kung Fu begins immediately for the next two hours. We provide breaks as appropriate and will give new students more rest time if needed.

We then have lunch together and the kids have the option to rest or do a quiet activity such as reading. Generally if we find the kids not tired, we'll push them harder the next day!

After lunch we have another 2 hours of Shaolin Kung Fu training. There are usually a couple of short breaks (which have to be earned through focused hard work!) and those on the Meal Plan receive healthy fruit snacks.

Cancellation Policy

If for some reason the camp is cancelled or you are unable to meet the requirements to no fault of your own, we will issue a full refund. Otherwise:

You may cancel and obtain a full refund if: 1) The event is more than 7 days away, and 2) The event is not fully booked.

If the event is fully booked, you may still obtain a full refund if a replacement is found.

There are no refunds or credits if the event is within 7 days.

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  393 Dundas Street West, 2nd Floor
  Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G6
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(STQI stands for Shaolin Temple Quanfa Institute)
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