Learn & Apply
Traditional Shaolin Kung Fu, Wudang Kung Fu, Taijiquan, Qigong & Neigung for Healthier & Happier Living.
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
How can we help our children feel safe, secure and happy in an ever changing world?
This is what we asked ourselves when we decided to pass on the Shaolin Arts in a non-violent and useful way to our children. We knew that training in martial arts can lead to self discipline, calmness, focus, confidence and good health. We also knew that it could be taught in a non-violent way to help the child develop the right skills to do their best in life... not just learn how to punch and kick! We find this approach works on an everyday level - and it’s great fun for the kids too!
Using Shaolin Kung Fu to help develop healthy & happy children
High Level Energy Arts
When practiced correctly, as a high-level energy art, the Shaolin and Wudang Arts deliver excellent health, mental and spiritual benefits. They go beyond the practice of form and movement, teaching you how to develop and manage your energy, for good health, less stress, a clearer mind and a simple, joyous connection with the people and world around you. Whether you practice Qigong, Shaolin Kung Fu or Taijiquan (Wudang Kung Fu) you will develop increased energy levels, flexibility, agility and clarity of mind.
The Guardian Lions - The Search for the Divine Peach
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The story takes the reader on a journey of discovering courage and wisdom as two young Guardian Lions, Earth and Sky, face many challenges, with some help from a dragon, a Chinese unicorn and a greedy creature .
Together with inspiration and insights from the ancient system of the Shaolin Arts, ‘The Guardian Lions’ reveals a path to health and happiness often overlooked.
Overcoming Chronic Pain
It is estimated that 14 million people, in Britain alone, suffer from chronic pain. 3.5 million reported that their pain is bad enough to stop them from enjoying normal activity. Lower back pain is ranked the highest out of the 291 conditions.
Practicing ‘High Level’ Qi Gong (Chi Kung) can help with overcoming chronic pain. As explained in this interview with Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit, who was honoured at the 2nd World Qigong Congress for his publications: "Shaolin Chi Kung, an answer to incurable disease" and "Shaolin Chi Kung for stress management and peak performance".
Fully Alive - Chi Kung and Tai Chi Chuan
The next wave of classes in London has now started, teaching Wahnam Tai Chi Chuan; fundamental skills of Generating an Energy Flow; and framework skill courses.
For more information in joining a class click here.
Shaolin Cosmos Qi Gong
Shaolin Cosmos Qi gong has a lineage stretching back 1500 years to Bodhidharma. When practiced correctly this art promises good health, increased energy, mental freshness/clarity and spiritual growth from an efficient 15-minute daily practice. It also provides the foundation for effective meditation.
From China to the UK…
Our school has a close lineage dating back to the Southern Shaolin Temple, in Quan Zhou, China, where these arts were originally taught. We follow a traditional code of practice for the benefit of the students and preservation of the arts.
Keeping the Genuine Arts Fully Alive...
Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit has dedicated his life to keeping alive and passing on genuine Energy Arts. At over 70 years old he is a living example of the efficacy of these practices. Over the last 50 years he has taught more than 60,000 students in over 35 countries.
A profoundly effective approach to overcoming illness, restoring good health and increasing energy levels.
Our simple principle for therapy is to put good health back in the hands of the person we are treating. This often means passing on techniques and skills to maintain and increase health (and happiness) as well as treating the person, as a whole. This approach works well for people who have suffered trauma, shock, have unexplained symptoms or a difficulty overcoming an illness or persistent pain.
People who practice these arts stay well – physically, emotionally and mentally. Our experience is that the niggly little physical problems like colds, stomach bugs and headaches just don’t stick.