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Mailing Shaolin Kung Fu School

Program Features

1. Train and live at a traditional countryside in China
2. Study Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Qigong at the same time
3. 6 hours Intensive training daily based
4. Explore Maling Mountain National Park
5. Beginner to advanced level class
6. Indoor and outdoor training facilities
7. English interpreter is available 



School Introduction


The Maling Shaolin Kung Fu School is a small-scale academy that has been teaching international students since it was founded in later 2009 by the 32nd generation of Shaolin Warrior Monk Shi Xing Jian ( Master Bao). Master Bao is the headmaster and founder of the academy. He teaches the daily tai chi classes, as well as traditional Shaolin forms and several other kung fu styles.

On average there are 3 kung fu Masters teaching at the academy. During busy periods this is increased, so that students always train in groups of maximum 8 10 students per Master. Most of our masters speak (at least basic) English, but we also have a translator living at the academy to help with communicating and questions about daily life.

   



At the end of 2013, the kung fu academy moved to a new location. The brand new building was constructed with both indoor and outdoor training facilities, improved living quarters, a heating system and more. In addition, the academy is surrounded by a beautiful garden with a small pond.

Masters and teachers in Brief

1. Grandmaster Shi De Qian

Grandmaster Shi De Qian (deceased) was the dearly beloved and highly respected master, teacher and friend of Master Bao, the founder of the academy, and his teachings are applied throughout the academy to honor his spirit and to pass on his great teachings to students who are just as passionate about Kung Fu as he was.

Grandmaster Shi De Qian was the Vice President of Henan Martial Arts Association; Secretary Chief of China Shaolin Quan Research Center; President of China Shaolin Wushu University. Shi De Qian was born in Henan, China, at the foothill of the Shaolin Temple. His birth name is Wang Chang Qing.

   

2. Master Bao
Master Shi Xing Jian. A 32nd Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk from the original Shaolin Temple. Master Bao is an outstanding martial artist, a national first level coach and successor of Yi Jin Jing. He has many years of experience in teaching foreign students from around the world. He started to train traditional Chinese martial arts when he was 7 years old. At age 12, he went to the Shaolin Temple and stayed there untill 19. He had the great honor of being a disciple of Grandmaster Shi De Qian, who was both nationally and internationally well known and highly praised. From him he learned not only traditional Shaolin martial arts and different styles of Qi Gong, but also traditional Chinese medicine.

   

 

3. Master Du
Master Du (Shi Xing Peng) is a secular disciple of the Shaolin Temple, the national first-level sportsman and warrior. He was born in the birthplace of Yang-style Tai Chi, Yong Nian County, Han dan City in Hebei Province. Influenced by the family, when he was young he learned the traditional folk martial arts under his Grandfather who used to be a protection monk in Shaolin Temple, and a kung fu brother of One-figure Zen Master Hai Deng. He is skilled at traditional Shaolin fist forms, regulated fist forms, broadsword, straight sword, staff and spear. He is an outstanding master in terms of his skills, teaching ability and personality.

   

4. Master Li
Master Li (Shi Xing Bo) is a 32-generation Shaolin Warrior monk. He is a traditional martial artist with high moralities and a gentle personality, who has been teaching traditional Chinese martial arts for over 5 years. Master Li started to learn traditional Chinese Kung Fu in his home town when he was 10. He mainly learned Chang Fist, Dacheng Fist and Liangyi Fist from his uncle who is also a respectable martial artist. He went to Shaolin Temple to learn Shaolin Kung Fu when he turned 14. Traditional Shaolin Fist, Qigong and Sanda were what he mainly learned in the Temple.

   

 

5. Master Can
Master Can (Shi Yan Can) was born and raised in Dengfeng (birthplace of Chinese Kung Fu) Master Can is a 34th generation warrior monk of the Shaolin Temple. He has been practicing kung fu since 1999. After many years of trials and competitions he achieved the title: National Master Sportsman. Like many other people who were influenced by this art Master Can began to develop a deeper love for Kung Fu. After many years of training and hardship he decided to pass on his knowledge. For the past several years he has been teaching students at different kung fu academies around the Shaolin Temple. Master Can started to teach at our Academy since 2010. He is also invited to go to teach abroad regularly.

 

6. Master Tang
Master Tang (Shi Yan Jian) is a 34th generation Shaolin Warrior Monk. He started to learn martial art at a young age. He graduated from Tianjin University of Sport, Martial Arts School. He learned from the famous Shaolin Grandmaster Shi De Gen, and also trained many years by the renowned martial artist Li Decheng and Zhang Shijie. He was formally acknowledge Shaolin Grandmaster Shi Yong Jie(Zhang Shijie) as his master. As the first and last disciple of Grandmaster Shi Yong Jie, he is proficient in Shaolin fist and weapons. Master Tang is determined to carry forward the great spirit of martial arts, enable more martial arts enthusiasts benefit from this spirit and become a better self.

 

   

 

 

Training Facilities
The training room is situated on the first floor of the accommodation building, with mirrors and stretching bars installed. Within the academy, there are plenty of training grounds, as well as a performance/grading platform. Training equipment is provided for all classes, including Sanda pads, gloves, suit-guards for sparring, Sanda stands with punch & kick bags, mats for acrobatics and take-downs, wooden dummies for Wing Chun, Meihua poles for Bagua, ect.

For longer stays you might want to purchase your own gear. Weights facilities and training weapons are also available.  Training clothes (small extra-large) and shoes (up to 47 EU sizes) can be purchased at the academy as well as basic weapons. More special weapons will have to be ordered or bought in the city center.

 

 


   


Available Styles and Forms
Shaolin Kung Fu: Mei Hua, Tongbei, Xiao Hong Fist, Da Hong Fist, Weapon Forms
Tai Chi Quan: 24 and 42 Competition Form, 56 Chen style
Qigong & Meditation: Ba Dunjin, Yi Jinjin, Five Animals
Traditional Kung Fu: Hsin Yi, Bagua and Tai Yi Fist

   

 

Accommodation

All student rooms are located on the first floor of the building. The clean and spacious rooms are equipped for two people, and single rooms can be provided upon request (based on availability). There are two beds in each room with good mattresses, a large desk, a chair and a wardrobe. Bed sheets, blankets and pillows are provided for you as well (please note: towels are not included).
In summer, all rooms can get an electrical fan, and during winter the academy has extra warm blankets as well as electrical heating blankets to ensure students are comfortable all year.

   

 

Meals at the school
Three meals a day and seven days a week are provided at the host school. The dishes vary every day and there are 3-4 different dishes a day which consists of rice or noodles and a selection of vegetables, meat and/or eggs. These are also many local restaurants are available for students eating out during the weekends.

If you have any special dietary requirements, please let us know so we can inform the school before you arrive. We can make adjustments for vegetarians, vegans and people with allergies.

For fresh fruits and other snacks, you can visit the little shops on the corner or go to Xinyi. The bigger supermarkets in the city also have a modest selection of imported (Western) food.

   


 

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