Teaching plans- how long you need to train for? To learn Kung Fu is a lifetime thing. When you choose Kung Fu, the training can be endless. After you finish our courses, and learn the basic rules and skills, you can live and breathe with it for the rest of your life and it will bring countless benefits both physically and mentally. We hereby make a training plan to start new beginners and assume you work hard for it. At the same time, we also welcome experienced Kung Fu practioners to come to better your skills. We hereby list the Shaolin Kung Fu courses as the main characteristic our school. If you are interested in training any of our other Kung Fu styles, you can choose Sanda (Shaolin Kick Boxing), Wing Chun or Mantis Boxing
Shaolin Kung Fu is like a vast ocean; the learning is endless. With the optional classes you can choose on your own and your master will help you to choose something related to your previous practice. Forms at this level need repeated practice, perhaps thousands of times to reach the highest levels of Shaolin Kung Fu.
Intermediate Level (4-9 months training)
This is the step we can call ?suffer more?, or the ?darkest time before the sunrise?. You might feel upset because you are aware of what you need to do to make one single move better, but your body just can?t do it, YET! Or you might have a small injury that will prevent you from growing past your point. Believe me when I say, this is the time when catepillars morph into butterflies. What you need to do is continue practicing with patience and allow yourself to blossom out of your cocoon. These abilities require: agility of the movement steps, strength and speed of kicks and punches, accuracy of single moves, coordination of your body, strength, speed and the spirit of Shaolin Kungfu.
Kung Fu Theory & Application
Shaolin Kungfu customs:
Sanda (Chinese kick-boxing);
Counter-acting exercise and pair sparring
Conditioning on every part of your body;
Hard QiQong to break a brick by palm and elbow;
Authentic Shaolin Health Care Qigong Ba Duan Jin;
Flexibility training; stability training; endurance training.
-3-4 Intermediate Level Shaolin Fist Forms:
1. Xiao Hong Quan (Small Flood Fists),
2. Da Hong fist (Big Flood Fists)
3. Xiao Luohan Quan (Small Buddha Palm Fists),
4. Qi Xing Quan (Seven Star Fist),
5. Chao Yang Quan (Facing Bright Sun Fists)
6. Chang Hu Xin Yi Men Quan (Guarding The Mind-Heart Gate Fists).