MEMBERSHIP & COST

Single Martial Art tuition
$75/month*

 

This level is for people who are taking classes in one art - currently Xingyi is the one available - which is currently offered 4 times per week. The student is expected to practice and to keep up with the training to the best of their abilities. Ask the instructor about possible per-class rate. Click here for the current schedule.

*NATSTA membership is required. See below for details.

Qigong tuition
Suggested donation $10-15 per class

 

You can choose to drop in on any class, or join at the monthly rate for unlimited classes. This class is currently offered three times per week in Ithaca. Click here for the current schedule.

 

Membership to NATSTA is not required for participation.

full tuition (COming up soon)
$100/month*

 

This level gives the student access to all the classes offered, in both Xingyi, Community Qigong, and Bagua when available - you could come to all 7 classes per week! Maintaining a practice of all these arts requires commitment and discipline; the student is expected to maintain their own daily practice.

*NATSTA membership is required. See below for details.

NATSTA (North american tang shou tao) Membership
$100/year (annual fee)

 

At Finger Lakes Acupuncture & Gongfu, we are part of a "gongfu family." The practice and cultivation of gongfu that is available here is only possible because we are part of a larger community spread out across the globe. We are guided by our founder, Vince Black, and by our teachers living in China, and we benefit regularly from interactions with other schools practicing the same method as we do. Because of this, joining the North American Tang Shou Tao Association (NATSTA) is required of anyone wishing to study these arts (the exception being the morning qigong classes, no membership required), in order to support the work of the Association in making these arts available to us.

NATSTA members receive a biannual newsletter, a t-shirt, and can attend events such as the annual national conference and regional seminars, which often include special guest teachers from around the world.

www.natsta.org