A Shaolin disciple, for example, is trained to be courteous and considerate, brave and righteous, assess problems and situations with calmness and clarity and attend to duties with zest and loyalty.

While the philosophy of many martial arts mainly focuses on how to be stoic and hurt the opponent, Shaolin philosophy teaches gentleness and a love for life. The twin pillars of Shaolin philosophy are compassion and wisdom.

— Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit


When practiced correctly, as a high-level energy art, the Shaolin Kung Fu, Taijiquan and Chi Kung deliver excellent health, mental and spiritual benefits.

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Practicing Shaolin Cosmos Chi Kung is a direct, simple and effective way of clearing illnesseshaving more energy and generally feeling happier and healthier

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Chi Kung is rooted in a deep understanding of the way illness, lack of energy and unhelpful emotional/mental states arise and the natural way the human mind and body can heal itself.

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Grandmaster Courses

Learn directly from Shaolin Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit. At over 70 years he is a living example of the efficacy of the arts and over the last 50 years has taught over 60,000 worldwide.

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Wellbeing Centres

Putting good health back in the hands of the person we are treating.  Helping people who have suffered trauma, shock, have unexplained symptoms or a difficulty overcoming an illness or persistent pain.

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There are many benefits to practicing an internal martial art and Chi Kung. Find out more with our videos about the Shaolin Kung Arts and Tai Chi Chuan for better health, increased energy, mental clarity and inner peace.

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