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Taizu Shaolin Kung Fu School

Program Features

1. Train and live at a traditional countryside in China
2. Study Shaolin Kung Fu and learn its fighting techniques
3. Train Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Qigong at the same time
4. 6 hours Intensive training daily based
5. Explore local culture of Handan
6. Personal care, Beginner to advanced level class
7. Indoor and outdoor training facilities
8. Organic Food and Fresh Air 

   


Program Length
1 week 4 weeks
1 month 12 months


Program Date

Participant can choose a date that is convenient for you, 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

Taizu shaolin kungfu school China is unique Shaolin Temple campus, by the International Liaison Department of the former international students studying in Northern Shaolin Kung Fu Shaolin Temple in China, Shaolin Kung Fu Shaolin authorized training facilities. We welcome foreign students to learn Shaolin Traditional Kung Fu, Wing Chun, Sanda (Chinese kick boxing), Qin Na, Tai Ji,Chi Kung,Ba Ji Quan, Xing Yi Quan, Bagua, meditation, medical pressure points and Shaolin 72 skills, such as secret iron clothes, iron palm and other Chinese martial arts and Shaolin Kung Fu.

   

Students also have the opportunity to pass optional Mandarin Chinese, calligraphy, Buddhism, as well as massage and traditional tea ceremony classes to better understand the Chinese Buddhist cultural understanding.

Taizu shaolin kungfu school, located in Handan City(China ancient capital, Birthplace of Taichi, Cultural city ,Martial arts village), Taizu Mountain scenic nature conservation. Was built in the Northern Dynasties, dating back a thousand years of history, Here mountains on three sides Bangshui, beautiful scenery and cultural landscape strange, magnificent scenery for the world to look.


Masters and Teachers in Brief

 

Masters Xu
Masters Xu (Shi Yanhao) is from a strong background in martial arts, and his grandfather started his training from a very young age. Master Xu has participated in martial arts competitions and large scale performances obtaining excellent results in the General Assembly Shaolin Boxing Tournament in Dengfeng (the home of the Shaolin temple) as well as traditional routine competitions, the Sanshou Exchange Games, a performance at the highly acclaimed Shanghai Expo and many performances at the Shaolin Temple stage ground. He spent some time in Zhengzhou to participate on traditional routine form and undertook Buddhist theory at the Shaolin temple during his time there.

Because of the accomplishments throughout his training and his undoubtable skill, Master u has received commendation from the temple's abbot and the head masters - a great and hard won honor for any maestro.

   

 

Master Zhou
Master Zhou (Shi Yanhu) is the 34th generation of Shaolin warrior monk. He loved Wushu from childhood and began the training since he was 8 years old. He has enthusiasm for training and works hard on it. He starts with Tong Zigong(Incredible Kids Kungfu) which needs to be trained in a very young age to keep the body flexible enough. He is very skillful at traditional shaolin fist, boxing and Pictographic boxing like eagle, dragon, tiger, mantis , etc. Meanwhile, he is also proficient in different weapons like straight sword, staff, spear, double whip, crescent shovel and so on.

   

Master Qin
Master Qin(Shi Yanhuai) is Shaolin 34th generation monk, martial art since I was 9, during the martial art training hard, never talk too much, only training, seems to be one of the robot have been turning, and training. He has extensive experience in teaching foreign students, has his personal supply, so as to foster the students ' physical fitness and personal limits, help students to achieve the desired objectives.


Masters Rui
Masters Rui (Shi Yanrui), born at a noble family well-known as martial arts, is the 34th monk of Shaolin. He began to practice taijiquan and neijaiquan as a child, and he went to the Shaolin Monastery for further study at 13,which is the beginning of career of learning martial arts. He was very assiduous and diligent during his training and you could hardly see a trace o f weariness shown in his face. It seemed that he was always full of vitality. As he often puts it"

   

Master Wu
Master Wu was born in 1946, was very fond of Wushu since childhood. He started to learn Hong Quan from Master Chenggeng Li in 1964. Then he studied Yangshi Tai Chi Quan with master Zhenguo Yang, who is the Grand master of Yang style Tai Chi Quan . As the 5th generation of Yang style Tai Chi Quan, he is also awarded vice-chairman of the Chinese Tai Chi committee, the coach of international martial collage, the committee of Beijing Wushu association and Handan Tai Chi council, the director of Tai chi Theory Institute, the national Tai Chi Quan coach.


Master Wu has taken active participation in different kinds of Quan studies and got a good reward in many contests. during the year 93,95,98,04,05,06,09,11 etc, he went to many places like Henan, Beijing, Guangzhou ,shanghai to take part in national martial arts competitions in tai chi ,sword, and straight sword and also in Chinese tai chi summit forum.

   

Master Guo

Master Guo is one of the most famous traditional Chinese Kung Fu Masters. He comes from a traditional Kung Fu family and begun to learn Wushu from his grandfather at the age of 8. He then joined the local kung fu community and was taught by more professional kung fu masters.

Master Guo has over then 25 years of teaching experience with students of different levels and nationalities. He is one of the most outstanding and famous masters in China. Guo Shifu has a very friendly and opened way of communicating with students, he shows the right methods of practicing, and can help everyone to develop an individual Kung Fu style. All the students love him as a father.

Study Styles and Training Contents


Teaching Styles and Contents

Kung Fu Foundations and Basics

The basic skills of legs, waist, shoulders and stance training need to be practiced daily to build up a solid foundation for further development of your Kung fu skills. The basic skills can be applied in all the various styles to learn more specific routines of e.g. boxing, kicking and weapon skills. The harder you work the better your results will be.

Shaolin Kung Fu
Shaolin Kung Fu consists of a long history and includes many different disciplines and styles; all of which include a detailed structure of their own. Each variant of Kung Fu includes unique and multiple techniques for attack and defense applications. The Kung Fu course at this school focuses on the comprehensive training of Shaolin Kung Fu and the careful cultivation of body and mind, as well as integrating Shaolin Kung Fu practice and theory.

   

Sanda (Chinese Kick Boxing)
Sanda is a modern form of full contact Wushu based on the tradition of martial arts. Attack is the essence of Wushu. In Sanshou contestants compete with such techniques as kicking, hitting and wrestling under certain regulations. Fighters are permitted to use both hands and feet, which facilitates flexible moves and strikes. Sanda course focuses on learning basic training methods and techniques such as punching, kicking, grasping and throwing.

Qigong (Chi Kung)
Qigong is a traditional method of Chinese health care, keep in good health , Strong body. The respiratory adjustment, physical activity and consciousness adjustment (pranayama, adjusting, aligning) as a means to improve health, disease prevention, health and sickness, the development potential is a physical and mental exercise purpose.

Qin Na (Joints Locking and Control)
Qin Na is the set of joint lock techniques used in the Chinese martial arts to control or lock an opponent's joints or muscles/tendons so he cannot move, thus neutralizing the opponent's fighting ability. Qinna Shu literally translates as lock catch technique. Some schools simply use the word na ("hold") to describe the techniques. Qinna features both standing and ground-based grappling techniques

Baji Quan
Baji Quan, a school of traditional Chinese Marital Arts that features explosive, short range power, was also known as "rake fist" due to the fist being held loosely and slightly open when not striking, resembling a rake and the art involving many downward strike moves, like a rake's movement in the field.

   

Bagua Zhang (Eight Diagram Palm)
The eight-diagram palm is based on the old Chinese philosophy of eight combinations of three whole and broken lines used in divination. While practicing, the practitioner moves according to the eight diagrams. There are eight basic palm plays. A total of 64 palm tricks and moves have come from the original eight basic palm plays.

Accommodation
All of our student rooms are bright and roomy, located right next to the training hall and the dining room. Equipped with both an electric fan and a heater, we can guarantee a good life summer and winter. Furthermore our rooms are all furnished with two single beds and wardrobes as well as a table and a chair. The school provides hot showers and hot water and is equipped with western toilets. The use of the washing machines is free

During summer times normally there are two students sharing a room, while this can be different in winter when there are not as many students at the academy.

   

Meals at the school
Our full room and board service includes three warm meals a day. This goes throughout seven days a week. Breakfast consists of traditional buns, Chinese oatmeal and eggs. Lunch and dinner both consist of rice with a big range of vegetables added, as well as fish and meat. Vegetarians will be catered for.

Four times a year the academy celebrates the holidays with big feasts. These holidays are Chinese new-year, mid-autumn festival, academy's anniversary and western Christmas.

   

 

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