精气神功

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Refine

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Energy

Mind

Welcome To Shaolin Wuji

The Shaolin Wuji Center is a nonprofit organization with the mission of transmitting the teaching and values of traditional Chinese martial arts by guiding practitioners to establish their foundations of health, well-being and peace so that they can be a Catalyst through The Elevation Of Their Physical, Energetic And Spiritual Qualities.

The Foundations

The development of a martial artist (Gong Fu & Qi Gong & Tai Ji & Meditation) could be compared to the growth of a seedling that needs sun (Yang) And water (Yin). If we give too much or not enough of either, the seedling will drown or dry up.

If we give light and water regularly, increasing the intensity and frequency gradually and in harmony with its needs, it will grow to be big and strong in its own time. Likewise, it is better to let your regular practice evolve steadily and gradually instead of taking on an excessive commitment you may be unable to respect.

With each training period, there is a progression in your general state of health, your well-being, your vitality, your ground as well as your personal power.

 

Shaolin Gong Fu (Kung Fu)

Shaolin Gong Fu originated in the Shaolin Monastery, built around 495 AD, although Chinese historians say that martial arts had already existed in China previously.

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Qi Gong (Chi Kung)

A powerful type of health exercise, which has been practiced for thousands of years by Chinese martial art masters.

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Chen Taiji (Tai Chi)

Fosters the development of balance, physical strength, flexibility, fluidity, awareness, and harmony while building an important martial foundation.

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Meditation

Gradually, according to the intensity and the regularity of the practice, this discipline inspires a deep peace as well as a new perspective of our 5 senses and the freedom that we can take from them.

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Our Teachers and Masters

The Shaolin Wuji center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to transmit the teachings and values of traditional Chinese martial arts by guiding practitioners to establish their foundation of health, well-being, and peace so they can perform as a catalyst for raising their physical, energetic, and spiritual faculties.
  • Shaolin Gong Fu (Kung Fu)
  • Chen Taiji (Tai Chi)
  • Qi Gong (Chi Kung)
  • Meditation
  • Group Classes
  • Private Classes
  • Semi-Private or
  • Special Group Classes

Testimonials

School In Action