International Master Sen Gao of OH Wushu Academy

Wushu is our passion! Learn the best in wushu and fitness in a positive, safe, and fun atmosphere.

Master Sen Gao shares 20 years of success as a Chinese national wushu athlete and international competitor and judge.

We welcome children and adults of all ages.

Develop self-discipline, confidence, respect, and excellence in wushu at the Ohio Wushu Academy!


Master Sen Gao specializes in Wushu and Taiji and holds numerous professional qualifications including designation as an international Wushu Judge, Wushu 6th duan (highest technical grade), the title of ?Wu-Ying? level athlete recognized by Chinese government, 9 times World Champion in weapons and forms awarded by NASKA(North America Sport Karate Association) and NBL (National Black belt League).

Master Sen Gao Started his training in Wushu at the age of six in his native province Shandong, China. As a young boy, he was selected to perform all over Western Europe with the Shaolin Kung fu Monks due to his talent in kungfu skill. To further develop his Wushu career, he later joined Liaoning professional Wushu team where he received national recognition and won countless medals.

In 2011 Master Sen Gao came to US seeking for a bigger stage. He works as Kungfu instructor in three martial arts schools, performing and doing workshops in schools and athletic clubs. He was also designated as the Technical Advisor for USAWKF (USA Wushu-Kungfu Federation).

The year of 2013 he competed across the country and winning the title of world champion in tournaments held by NASKA(North America Sport Karate Association) and NBL (National Black Belt League)- two of the largest Martial Arts tournaments in North America. His performance is fresh, authentic and entertaining to the American audience. He soon became a star in these tournaments.

As a ESPN reporter once commented about Master Sen Gao: ?he really brought the best of Chinese Martial Arts here to the United States.? He even received a letter from a State Senator congratulating his big win in 2013 US open World Martial Art Championship representing State of Illinois.