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Chinese new year dance

The Chinese New Year dance is a form of traditional dance in China. It is normally operated by several dancers in a dragon costume and it’s a tradition with over 2000 years of history. With the loud music of gongs and drums, a team of dancers carry the dragon on poles and mimic the imagined movements of the dragon. We offer a second to none Chinese New Year dance that will leave everyone at your event completely astonished. Here at Mantis Kung Fu Academy you can also learn kung fu through a personalised approach that will make sure you can learn as much as possible from our Sifu.
Another popular Chinese New Year dance is the lion dance. Like the dragon dance, the lion dance is usually performed at Chinese traditional festivals such as Chinese New Year or important occasions such as business opening events. In ancient China, agricultural production is dependent on rainfall. In order to pray for good fortune for the coming year, Chinese people would offer sacrifices to the dragon in spring. Over time, dragon worship developed into dragon dance. We believe kung fu as a martial art can truly change your life, giving you a set of tools that consistently improve your daily routine and help you face new challenges successfully.
Learn everything you need to know about our performances and how we bring this special and millenary Chinese New Year dance to your event in a colourful and lively way. We do not limit our services to Chinese New Year dance and kung fu classes only, come when you need to learn tai chi, qi gung, fitness, personal wellbeing, self-empowerment, personal training, self defence, and anything related to these activities. Give us a call for more information about the best online kung fu training program. We are Mantis Kung Fu Academy, home of the ancient martial art that will help you connect with your body and mind.


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