martial arts instructor

Shifu Mei

Han Mei, also known as Shifu Mei by her students, is a 6th degree black belt and 7 time National Wushu champion. She comes from North-East China. She trained in the art of Wushu, also known as Kung Fu, since age 6. She began professional training at the age of 12 when she was accepted into the Liaoning Province Professional Wushu team, China. And later at age 15, she joined the National Chinese Wushu Team. She competed on the regional and national levels winning many professional martial arts championships. Most notably, she won 1st place in the 10th annual National Games. 

After graduating from Beijing Sports University as a certified coach she returned to the Liaoning Province team, in Shenyang China, as Head Coach. She coached her team at various national and international competitions.

She has over 12 years of comprehensive martial arts coaching experience training professional martial arts athletes to compete in international competitions.


Training Focus

Emphasis on the development of confidence, discipline, physical and mental strengths

Traditional hand forms and weaponry

Competition Taolu, Long Fist, Southern Fist & Tai-Chi

Competition Weaponry: Broadsword, Staff, Spear, Tai-Chi Sword, Southern Broadsword, Southern Staff, etc.

Math Concepts k-5 Instructor

Dr Lu, graduated from Northeast Normal University majoring in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. She has been engaged in teaching mathematics in the Liaoning University of Science and Technology for 33 years and has won the title of associate professor. During her tenure, she has done a lot of research on basic mathematics in primary schools and published books such as primary school quick-calculation manuals.