Shaolin offers you great fitness and health, effective fighting skills, and it is a visually exciting and beautiful art, as shown by the entire movie genre of “Kung Fu movies.” The oldest documented of all martial arts in East Asia, Shuai Chiao is recorded dating back more than 2500 years to the time of the Yellow Emperor.
With emphasis on explosive take-downs and throws, Shuai Chiao offers a truly devastating arsenal of effective combat techniques for those serious about real fighting skill.
Over 1500 years ago, the Shaolin monks of China began studying martial arts as part of their lifelong journey of enlightenment.
Traditional Chinese martial arts have no “belt rankings” or other competitive grading systems; the only test is whether you’ve made a little more progress today.
True marital arts mastery as a lifelong process and we aim to help you build a strong foundation for optimal progress.
Though not for the faint-of-heart, Shaui Chiao is a powerful addition for students of “stand-up” fighting styles such as Shaolin Kungfu, Karate, Tae Kwon Do or Boxing.
“I have studied under six of the top martial arts experts in the world, including the president of the World Tae Kwon Do Association and the president of the World Karate Association.
Originating in the Shaolin Temple in China over 1500 years ago, Shaolin kungfu is an extremely broad and comprehensive martial art.
Often referred to as the “Grandfather” of Asian martial arts, Shaolin has influenced the development of later eastern martial arts such as Japanese karate and Korean tae kwon do.
But, even more important than physical skill, getting home alive when confronted with a violent attack is a matter of mental training.
Though I had wrestled in high school and studied various martial arts in college, I didn’t realize that I had not developed a realistic mindset for protecting myself when in real danger.
Finding a place where you can learn true Kung Fu combat skills is extremely rare.
Gorgeous routines, back flips, and fancy kicks may look good in movies or win competitions, but they have absolutely nothing to do with surviving a dangerous street attack.
To survive, you need to know how, where, and when to strike back.