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Siping Shaolin Kung Fu School -Northeast China

Program Features

1. Live and train in beautiful and peaceful surroundings without distractions
2. Intensive 8 hours training per day
3. A variety of training styles, both internal and external
4. Only accept 20 students to ensure everyone is taken care
5. Be able to attended competitions in China
6. Warm family atmosphere
7. Indoor and outdoor traditional training facilities
8. All transportation provided in China and ensure you get to school safely

 


Program Length

1 week - 4 weeks
1 month - 12 months


School Introduction

The Kung Fu School China is located in a small, quiet town on the outskirts of Siping in the northern Chinese province of Jilin. The school provides indoor and outdoor training facilities and summer-time training takes place in the mountains as traditionally done. There is a comfortable, home-like atmosphere so that students can relax and create life-long friendships when they are not training. The school takes a maximum of twenty students so that each student gets dedicated training time with Master Wang.


   

The school trains for about 8 hours each day, five days per week. All skill levels are welcome. Each student gets personalized training where Master Wang Xinglong considers his or her skills, strengths weaknesses, preferences and goals. Progress is determined by the effort you put into it and the ability you have to learn and practice the skills. 


Head Master

Master Wang Xinglong is a 32nd generation disciple of the Shaolin temple. At the age of 12, he began studying traditional Shaolin martial arts under the 31st generation disciple, Master Shi De Qian.

After completing his training at the Shaolin Temple, Master Wang spent many years competing in Sanshou (Chinese kickboxing) tournaments and events where he won many awards, including a high placement in the prestigious “Kung Fu King” competition.

He has been teaching Shaolin Kung Fu to Chinese students since 2001 and to foreign students since 2002. Since 2006, Master Wang has exclusively taught foreign students and is proud to have opened his own school for foreign students in 2012. At the Kung Fu School China he hopes to inspire people from around the world to challenge them physically and spiritually through Kung Fu and other traditional martial arts.

 

 



What to expect from this school
Master Wang will encourage you to do your best, but your progress will depend on your dedication, diligent practice, and desire to challenge yourself physically, mentally, and spiritually. Here is a typical example of what a student may learn during their stay at Kung Fu School China:

From 1 week to 3 months
Shaolin Kung Fu history and theory
Flexibility and strength training
Basic skills in traditional Kung Fu kicking and punching
Basic skills in Sanda (Chinese kickboxing) including kicking, punching, movements, and footwork
Basic skills in Qin-na including simulated situations of attacking and defending
Qi-gong and ba duan jin basics

Up to three traditional forms, such as: Tongbei Quan, Xiao Hong Quan, Xiao Luohan Quan
Basic weapons, such as Yin Shou staff or Dan Dao broadsword, including forms and applications
Takedowns and wrestling
Tai Chi basics and Yang style 24.

 

 
 

From 4 months to 1 year
In addition to continuing to practice the above, students may also learn:
Up to ten traditional forms, such as, Qixing quan, Da Luohan Quan, Yin-Yang staff, Shi-San Spear, Mei-Hua Dao Sword Mei Hua Quan, including applications for the movements within the form
Sanda with the focus moving from movements to technique, takedowns, and sparring.
Qin-na using more realistic situations and 10-20 applications
More advanced Qi-gong and conditioning for breaking objects and bricks
Tai Chi various Yang and Chen styles

Over 1 year
In addition to all of the above, students may also learn:
Acrobatics
Up to 30 forms such as animal forms, eagle, dragon, tiger, leopard, Nan Quan (Southern Fist), Jiu jie bian (9-section chain whip), three section staff and many others.
Advanced Sanda technique and takedowns.
Real life simulation Qin-na applications
Advance Qi-gong, both hard and soft.
Tai Chi Yang style 32, sword, and various Chen styles.

   


Schedule and vacation time
There are two breaks in training each year, from December 24 to January 2, and for one week during Chinese New Year. During this time the students are free to travel or relax at the school.

Students train from 6:00 am to 8:30 pm Monday to Friday with meal and rest breaks throughout the day. Below is a sample of what a typical week may look like, timings might change dependent on the season:

   



Accommodation

Two students share a comfortable room and each student has their own bed, wardrobe, and desk. The rooms are heated during the cold winter months. Students are expected to keep their room clean and tidy at all times. There are western-style washrooms with showers.

Meals at the school

Eating well is important during rigorous training. The Kung Fu School China provides large meals of traditional home-cooked Chinese food. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian options are available, and other special diets (such as gluten-free) can be accommodated on request.

   

In the morning you will get bread and eggs. For lunch and dinner, we serve Chinese dishes including one to two dishes with meat, one egg dish, one to two vegetable dish and rice. We serve chips occasionally throughout the week and noodles instead of rice once a week. We also occasionally make homemade Chinese dumplings, which our students can learn how to make alongside our cooks.

Free time
On the weekends, students can relax at the school, go into Siping to stock up on their favorite snacks, see historical sites, or visit the various scenic attractions in the area. During the week, students typically rest during their training breaks.

Students will have limited access to the internet while at the school. Many students brought their laptops with movies to watch or share with other students in their free time. Books and games are also popular choices.

     

   



School Rules & regulations
Master Wang works hard to create an atmosphere that supports hard work, respect, and friendship. If you come to Kung Fu School China, you will be required to follow these rules:

All students will:
-Attend all training sessions, work hard, and be on time. 
-Treat each other and all school staff and visitors with courtesy and respect.
-Keep their room clean and tidy at all times.

Students are not allowed to:

-Drink alcohol
-Smoke
-Do drugs
-Fight
-Behave in any way that is disrespectful to others, themselves, or the school.

If a student does not follow these rules, they may receive consequences or be immediately dismissed from the school without reimbursement, depending on the severity of the action.

 

 

 

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