Dan-Gun is a Korean Kata and is named after the founder of Korea. This form focuses on teaching proper back stances, knife hand strikes and multiple blocking. This Kata is learned at Yellow Belt.
Safia is a Japanese Kata and the name means defeat and destroy. This form focuses on teaching proper horse stance, sanchin stance and multiple hand movements per count. This Kata is learned at Green Belt.
Seiynchin is a Japanese Kata and the name means pulling but also translates into attack, suppress and conquer. This form focuses on intensity and strengthening previously learned stances. This Kata is learned at Blue Belt.
Burning Hands is a Kung Fu Form meant to improve on students' balance. It is a complex form with many precise Kung Fu Stances, strikes and blocks. This Kata is learned at Brown-Stripe Belt.