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Tianmeng Mountain Traditional Kung Fu School

School Features

1. Train and live at a well-known mountain in China
2. Beautiful and natural surroundings
3. Offer an unique style- Meihua Quan and Meihua Poles
4. Combination of Traditional Kung Fu and Culture Courses
5. Six hours Intensive training daily based
6. Personal care; Family Atmosphere
7. Beginner to advanced level class
8. Indoor and outdoor traditional training facilities
9. Organic Food and Fresh Air 



Program Length

1 week -- 4 weeks
1 month -- 12 months

Program Date

Open to all dates, except Chinese holidays.
1. Labor Holiday (1st May to 4th May)
2. National Holiday (1st Oct -7th Oct)
3. Spring Festival (usually one week during 1st Feb to 15th Feb)

School Introduction

Tianmeng Kung Fu School is nestled between the footsteps of the scenic Tianmeng mountains and Tianmeng National park, located in the peaceful and friendly environment of Shandong province, China.

Tianmeng Academy is unique in its authentic methods of teaching Kung Fu in China. The students have an opportunity to train in the ancient Chinese Kung Fu style "Meihua Quan" (plum blossom). It had been secretly handed down from master to disciple for thousands of years in China. Additionally, "Meihua Quan" includes training on and between special "Meihua" poles.

Tianmeng Kung Fu Academy provides highly qualified Chinese Masters in traditional Kung Fu styles, such as: Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Bagua, Hsin Yi, Mentis, Wing Chun, Sanda, Qigong and Meditation. As an addition, the school offer classes such as Chinese Culture, Martial Arts theory, Mandarin, Chinese Traditional Medicine, Calligraphy and others.


The masters at the school are authentic Shaolin masters from the Shaolin Temple. They have rich experiences in teaching international students. They are dedicated to teaching their students and "opening" their individual potential.

The mission of the school is to harmonize the Three Treasures - Essence, Energy (Chi) and Spirit in each student's life. The school believes that the journey to Kung Fu Mastery will empower each student's wellness, life style, healthcare and longevity.

Master and Teachers in Brief

Master Hua - Expert in Shaolin Quan, Qigong, Wing Chun and Wudang Tai Chi
Hua Shifu (with Buddhist name Shi Yan Chun) is born in Dengfeng, Henan province. That city is one of the most renowned spiritual centres of China and famous as "the heart of the Kung Fu". The world famous Shaolin Monastery belongs to this area as well as many other temples, historic gates and others.
Hua Shifu studied Shaolin Kung Fu, Zen and Buddhism for over 10 years at The Shaolin Temple since he was 7 years old. After many years of intensive and dedicated training, he acquired mastery in Shaolin Kung Fu Fist, Staff, Sword, Spear, and other weapons. Hua Shifu has specialized in hard qigong (iron shirt) and has reached a very high level in this field as a practitioner and teacher. Later in his study he added to his mastery the knowledge and experience of two more styles - Wing Chun and Wudang Tai Chi. The combination of external and internal kung Fu styles makes Hua Shifu's Kung Fu unique and inimitable. Hua Shifu is dedicated to the Kung Fu training hard and constantly as well as to his students and disciples. He has over 30 years of teaching experience with different levels and nationality of students.


1985 - three gold medals in Shaolin Drunk Fist, Luohanquan and Spear in the Kung Ku competition organized by four provinces (Henan, Shandong, Jiangsu, and Hubei) in Henan province.
1990 - first places in Shaolin Staff and Hard Chi Gong at the forth Henan Provincial Sports Meeting.
1992 -  two gold medals in Wing Chun competition held in Guangdong Provincial.
1993 -  two gold medals in Tai Chi forms and one gold medal in Bagua at Chinese Wushu Festival in Kaifeng, Henan Province.
1996 - two gold medals at the International Shaolin Wushu Festival held in Zhengzhou, Henan Province.
1998 -  three gold medals at the Second Global Kung Fu Conference on Chinese Kung Fu and Martial Arts Development and Protection Forum at Liangshan, Shandong Province, China.

Master Tong 
- Expert in Shaolin and Meihua Quan and Sanda sparring
Tong Shifu comes from a traditional Kung Fu family; He studied Meihua Quan from his father since he was 7 years old, which help him get good physical condition and lay a solid foundation for his Kungfu training afterwards. At the age of 13, he went to the Shaolin temple to learn Shaolin Kung Fu, became a disciple. He mastered Shaolin Kung Fu Fist, Animal Forms, shaolin grappling, and different weapons in 5 years  He is specialized in Shaolin drunk style (drunk fist, drunk staff) and weapon training, especially double weapon(spear against staff, staff against staff, small broadsword against spear and so on). After this, he went to public school for specialized and intensive Sanda training and attend a lot of Sanda competition at that time, so he is good at sparring now.
He has more than 15 years of teaching experience, Tong Shifu has a very friendly and opened a way of communicating with students, he shows the right methods of practicing, and can help everyone to develop an individual Kung Fu style. He is well received by all the students.


2006 - First place of both double whips and spear in teen-aged martial arts competition in Hui county,Henan province.
2007 - First place of Xiao Meihua fist in China Mount Liang Meihua Quan Performing Competition.
2008 - First place in Qi Gong and Shaolin Broadsword at the International Shaolin Wushu Festival in Zhengzhou, Henan Province.
2011 - First place in Chun Qiu Broardsword (Chun Qiu Da Dao) at the International Wushu Festival in Changsha, Hunan province.
2012 - First place in the 62 kg open combat categories at the National Wushu Festivel held in Foshan, Guangdong Province.
2013 - First place in Shaolin drunk fist and drunk sword at International traditional Shaolin Martial arts Competition held in Chengdu.
2014 - First place in Meihua Staff and Meihua Sword at the International Traditional Martial Arts Competitions held in Liangshan, Shandong.

Master Wang - Expert in Shaolin Kung Fu, Wudang Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Meihua Quan
Master Wang is from a martial arts family of Shaolin Quan in Mengyin, Shandong province and started to practice Shaolin Kung Fu with his father when he was eight. At the age of 14, he went to Shaolin Temple for further training. When 18 years old, he went to Wudang to learn Wudang Tai Chi. He started to learn Healing Chi Gong (Qi Gong) at the age of 24. In 2015, he followed the great Meihua Quan master Hanbai Guang to learn Meihua Quan Kung Fu and Meihua Poles training. He has got a very deep understanding of traditional Kung Fu theories and Meihua Poles training.




2006 - First place of both double whips and spear in the teen-age martial arts competition in Hui county, Henan province.
2007 - First place of Chen Tai Chi and Yang Tai Chi at the traditional Kung Fu Festival in Linyi, Shandong Province.
2008 - First place in Wudang Tai Chi at the International Shaolin Wushu Festival in Zhengzhou, Henan Province.
2011 - First place in Healing Chi Gong (Qi Gong) at the International Wushu Festival in Changsha, Hunan province.
2012 - First place in 9-section whip and rope-dart at the National Wushu Festival held in Foshan, Guangdong Province.
2013 - First place in double hooks at the International traditional Shaolin Martial Arts Competition held in Chengdu, Sichuan Province.
2014 - First place in Shaolin Staff and Shaolin Fist at the International Traditional Martial Arts Competition held in Wuhan, Hubei Provence.



Available Styles and Teaching Contents

Mei Hua Quan

Meihua quan is an ancient style of Chinese boxing which existed as early as the Shang Dynasty (1600BC- 1046BC). The school is one of the rare places in the world where you can learn this very old and traditional style of Kung fu. The school provides special Meihua poles (stakes) with three different heights for beginner, intermediate and advance students. Practicing on the poles enhance student's Kung fu skills in a unique way not comparable to any other styles.

Shaolin Kung Fu
Shaolin Kung fu focuses on the flexibility, stamina, conditioning and hard and soft qigong. It develops the strength of the body as well as the resistance of the will power. The study of Shaolin quan is methodological and gradual, which makes it beneficial for everyone who seeks to learn Kung fu.




Tai Chi Quan
Tai Chi Quan (meaning 'Supreme Ultimate Fist') is an internal Chinese martial art based on Taoist ideas of yin and yang, or 'softness' and 'hardness'. Rather than meeting an attack head-on with physical strength Tai Chi advocates flowing and yielding to an attack and re-directing an opponent's force.

Hsin Yi Fist
Hsin Yi Fist is one of the three most famous styles of internal Chinese Martial Arts. Hsin Yi Fist using a Five Element Theory in its application and relies on the Six Harmonies in its practice and cultivation. Hsin Yi Fist put great emphasis on the intention leading the power through the body the body must work as one cohesive unit to allow for full expression of the explosive power.

Mentis Style
The mantis fists are essential and offer great value in improving a person's health. The mantis is a long and narrow predatory insect. While heavily armoured, it is not built to withstand forces from perpendicular directions. Mentis style is very important when in close combat, hence also named the short hit fist as one of the best pictographic fists.

Bagua Zhang
Bagua Zhang is a combination of attack and defensive moves while incorporating Neigong (internal Kung Fu). It uses palms instead of fists for an attack. The main characteristics are strikes, joint locking, throws, and distinctly evasive circular footwork. The evasive circular footwork in Bagua is one of its most distinctive characteristics and a very important aspect; it is used to confuse an opponent and is effective in helping fight several attackers.



Qi Gong (Chi Kung)
Qi Gong translates to "Life energy". Qi gong is split into two parts; internal also known as Soft Qi gong and external also known as Hard Qi gong. It is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance Qi which protects us from ill health and ageing. When external and internal Qi gong is used together they can assist masters achieve unbelievable things like balancing on sharp ends of spears or breaking marble with only a finger.

Meditation is a mindfulness practice that can recharge and balance the body and mind, bring about a peaceful state of mind as well as develop our brain potential. It can use the breath, body and mind. It can promote circulation, brain health as well as prevent diseases.

Sanda (Chinese Kick Boxing)
Sanda which literally means free fighting is a Chinese self- defense system and combat sport. It was originally developed by the Chinese military based upon the study of traditional Kung fu and modern combat fighting techniques. It includes punching, kicking, wrestling, takedowns, throws, sweeps, kick catches and in some competitions, even elbow and knee strikes.



Wing Chun
Wing Chun is a southern martial arts form that focuses on close range combat initiating from the center of the body for defense and attacks. Wing Chun focus on close range combat with attacks and counter-attacks initiating from a firm, stable centerline. It involves kicks, sweeps, strikes, punches, trapping and control techniques.

Extra Evening Classes
To help students know more about Chinese culture and adapted to Chinese life , the school offers lessons about Chinese culture from Monday to Thursday evening for free, including mandarin, kung fu theory, general Knowledge about Chinese culture(Chinese medicine, calligraphy, tea ceremony, and Chinese chess) .

Chinese Calligraphy
Chinese Language Mandarin
Martial Arts Theory
Chinese Chess
Traditional Chinese Medicine

Training Contents and Timetable



What can you learn? (1 week to 4 weeks)

Basic knowledge of Chinese Culture and Chinese Kung Fu. Fundamental kicks, steps and sweeps, punches, palms, hand shapes. Authentic health care Qigong, hard Qigong, low and high Meihua Poles training. Flexibility training, stability training and endurance training.
Forms like below:

In this time, you can manage to get a general idea of what Chinese Kung Fu is like and learn the methods to practice some Chinese Kung Fu styles.


Training Contents and Timetable


The school provides single rooms for student. The rooms include; a single bed a nightstand, a closet, a desk & chair. During the summer the academy offers air conditioning in dorms & electric fans in dorms and training rooms. During the winter the academy offers heaters and electric blankets. Wi-Fi is provided throughout the Academy, and is accessible from all dorms

Other Facilities:
a) Washroom: western toilets, private shower cabins, washing machines and hot water.
b) Meditation room: open for all students who want do meditation out of lesson.
c) Classroom: for Chinese language class, Calligraphy Class and Chinese Cultural workshops.
d) Tea and Leisure Room: It is the place to read a book or watch a movie.
e) School Shop: offers training equipment, shoes, clothing, food, drinks and snacks





Meals at the school

The school serves three hot meals per day, seven days a week. The cook is very flexible and he has lots of years of experience in cooking. The meals are carefully prepared, taking into consideration the need for energy and health maintenance while training in Kung Fu. The school buys products locally and ensures that they are free of additives, enhancers, E-numbers, and for fruits and vegetables free of pesticides.

The menu at the Academy is simple, but will take care of any special requests from students. In case you have food allergies or special wishes, please inform us in advance. We understand the requirements for the following diets

Vegetarian foods
Vegan foods
Halal foods
Nut allergy
Additive-free foods



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