The martial art made famous by Bruce Lee is in Ningbo.
Master Teacher Joseph Wang has been studying Jeet Kune Do for over 14 years. He knows the style made of no style is exactly one of the best ways to achieve speed and power. He first studied as a teenager in Hunan and has since followed Jeet Kune Do everywhere in his life.
Previously, his studio was in Jiangdong but now he teaches from two spaces, one in Haishu and one in Yinzhou. Neither of these places are formally martial arts studio, the one in Yinzhou is a dance studio, but Mr. Wang makes the space feel like a serious space for learning martial arts.
Having been present in many dojos across the world, there is something about Chinese training centers that are not the same as many of their counterparts. If you are someone who thrives in structured environments then training this way may not be for you. Do not expect to find students in matching uniforms, lining up quietly and symmetrically, and dutifully following their master. If anything, if you are more suited to free form environments where you are learning with a little teacher instruction, this is for you.
Jeet Kune Do is loved by those who practice it. They find it to be more of a way of life than a practice of a martial art. Classes are held in Haishu every Friday and Sunday from 7:30 – 9:00 pm and in Yinzhou every Monday and Wednesday from 7:30 – 9:00 pm. Generally, a one year training schedule costs just 4,000 RMB and a half year costs 2,580 RMB. Please inquire directly with Joseph in case prices have changed.
Master of Jeet Kune Do