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Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy, Kunyu District, Yantai, China

China Kung Fu School

Surrounded by the majestic and deeply spiritual Kunyu mountain range, birthplace of Taoism (Quan Zhen Religion), our Kung Fu school offers you every opportunity to learn Kung Fu and expand your horizons. If you're looking for a Shaolin Kung Fu school in China that teaches traditional Chinese martial arts and embraces Chinese culture, our training school on the Kunyu mountain completes your search. We've trained hundreds of students of all levels and received positive reviews on the art of Kung Fu training.


  • Learn Wing Chun, Preying Mantis, and Tai Chi
  • Study Bagua palm, Xingyi fist, kickboxing, and Sanda
  • Shaolin Kung Fu training with the masters Monday through Friday
  • Learn Mandarin, Taoism, Calligraphy, acupuncture, and massage
  • Meals with vegetarian, vegan, and other dietary options
  • Get a school certificate after completing your training
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • 1 month accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner


20 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: Chinese (mandarin)
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Accommodations are taken very seriously at our school and seen as an important factor of successful training. The students will stay at the dormitory located within the vicinity of the Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy. Each dorm room may accommodate one to two students depending on the room size.

Each room has one or two single beds with sheets and beddings, desks, wardrobes, washbasins, and free drinking water. All rooms are equipped with heating systems for the winter season. There are also shared bathrooms and washrooms.

There will be a 15 USD deposit for the room, which will be refunded when you leave the academy. If you want to stay in a better room, there is a hotel about three hundred meters from the academy. However it would cost an additional fee of 380 USD per month.

Browsing the internet will cost 0.25 USD for an hour in the internet room. Students can have internet access in their own respective rooms at a 25 USD per month cost. Private internet use in the students rooms is same fee.


The introduction of Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy

If you're looking for a Shaolin Kung Fu school in China that teaches traditional Chinese martial arts and embraces Chinese culture, our training school on the Kunyu Mountain completes your search. The aim of Kunyu Mountain Martial Arts Academy is upholding martial arts and advocating morality, and educating people with moral integrity and purifying souls.

Since 2003, we've trained hundreds of students of all levels with positive reviews on the art of Kung Fu training here. Surrounded by the majestic and deeply spiritual Kunyu mountain range, birthplace of Taoism (Quan Zhen Religion), our Kung Fu school offers you every opportunity to learn Kung Fu and expand your horizons.

This academy is the only Shaolin martial institution authorized to receive any international students for Kung Fu study in Shandong province. This is from the Shandong Province Education Department, Foreign Affairs Office and Public Security Department. An important aspect of our Kunyu mountain Shaolin martial arts academy China is that the Ministry of Education through Chinese Department of Sports authorizes us as a legitimate academy of Kung Fu foreign trainer.

Training in Kunyu Mountain Martial Arts Academy

The curriculum of our academy includes several known fist forms in China: Shaolin fist and weapons, Wudang Kung Fu, Tai Chi and weapons, Winchun, Baji fist, Mantis, Xingyi, Bagua, Plum, and Sanda. Apart from those styles, students in our academy may learn many kinds of traditional style, such as Baduanjin, Yijinjing, Neijinyizhichan, and Hongsha hand, as well as a high level internal Qi Gong - kinkong ligong.

All the fist forms and the Qi Gong come from their original birthplaces and their pure inheritors, embodying their conventional feature in teaching and learning. For example, our Chen style Tai Chi master Xudelin went to the original place of Tai Chi - Chen jiagou, Wenxian, Henan province many times for further learning.

Wing Chun fist and Baji fist master Guo went to the birthplace of Baji fist- Cangzhou of Hebei province many times to seek original Baji as well as going to Guangdong province to stay about 7 years to pursue the original Wing Chun essence.

Furthermore, headmaster and vice headmaster Guo are the 24th generation of authentic disciples of Chinese traditional internal exercises Jingangligong. Headmaster is also the well accomplished disciple of Shaolin temples abbot - Shi Yong Xin.

Chinese Kung Fu morality

Chinese Kung Fu is a traditional and cultural treasure of Chinese nation, as well as the magic culture pursued and admired internationally. The charm of martial arts is due to its deep cultural connotation. Now, Chinese martial arts have been spreading across the world with the development of the globalization.

If you want to practice martial arts well, you must understand martial arts morality. Only those who possess excellent moral characters can have a positive heart and a more clear, broad, and unselfish mind. They are capable of abandoning all distracting thoughts and external disturbances to practice hard and focus on exploring the essence of martial arts.

Thus upholding martial arts and advocating morality is regarded as the basic principle of our academy as well as the characteristic of operations - all the students studying in Kunyu Mountain Martial Arts Academy will first get a spiritual purification and will be unified by the great cultural value, regardless of nationality, ethnicity, or origin.

Combination of practice, application, and sparring

Since the founding of our academy, we have been based on the tradition of never losing the basics. In martial arts teaching, we require every master to not only teach students every movement and every form well, but to also teach them the meaning of the attacks and defense methods as well as the cultural connotation behind the movements. We are dedicated to helping every student to achieve this purpose: learning the external forms, understanding their spirit and truly experiencing the awe of martial arts.

Traditional martial arts are the fighting techniques developed by ancient people for survival in battles with bare hands or with weapons. It consists of kicking, striking, take downs, catching grappling, etc. It achieves the purpose of self-defense, improvement of physical fitness, and the cultivation of will-power. It does so, by way of forms and methods of resistance: attack and defense techniques of bare hands and weapons. Therefore, martial arts never separate from combat; its first aim is to spar to achieve the capacity of self-defense. Martial arts without fighting cant be real martial arts.

The academys students

Since we opened in 2003, we have had many short term and long-term students study here, for choosing to learn for one year, two years, or longer. From their time dedicated here, they received a Master certificate and degree to help them open a Kung Fu school or martial arts club in their local hometown.

We have specific plans for the students who have different aims here. For example, the students who are interested in kickboxing, that will be given more Sanda and application training, as well as more internal exercises and conditioning practice, to help them get more explosive power and resistance.

Through the training of internal exercise, the students can heal themselves at the same time; for the older students who prefer keeping in good health and fitness to kickboxing, master will arrange for them to do more Qi Gong and Tai Chi fist, using the soft and peaceful martial art forms and internal exercises (including static and dynamic). These two systems in conjunction help both students and masters have good training.

The academys masters

All the masters in our academy are masters in different fist styles and national champions and selected by the headmaster very seriously. After testing their techniques, moral character, a probation period, and earning all the staffs and students recognition, then, they can stay in the school. Besides the good Kung Fu skills, they must have effective training methods and honorable virtue as well.

Our academys Shaolin Kung Fu masters are warrior Shaolin monks from the original Shaolin temple. In order to maintain high Kung Fu training standards and performance, the academy reviews the masters and translators professional skills annually. Other Kung Fu styles such as Wing Chun, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Wudang, Xingyi, Bagua, Baji, Mantis boxing, Sanda (Chinese kickboxing) are taught by highly skilled, top masters with many years of teaching experience.

The headmaster, vice headmaster, and most of the other masters start training at a young age and have rich experience with teaching martial arts. Combined with the body characteristics of foreign students, they make high-efficiency and scientific teaching way from their many years training experience: training with both internal and external systems, power and skill, sparring and forms, technique and theory, unified syllabus and teaching students, according to their aptitudes.

The masters teach both martial art training and traditional culture. Teaching by personal examinations, as well as verbal instruction, inspiring with encouragement, practicing with grading, and testing with competition. Every master always teaches through these teaching methods, making sure their high teaching qualities are maximized in use. Even when old masters leave and new masters come, new masters can still keep the schools syllabus to teach students, always keeping the training quality high.

All school masters and staff are dedicated to improve academy and develop traditional Chinese Kung Fu. With the wisdom of Shaolin monks and the combat skills of our masters, you'll succeed in this scenic land that's rich with Chinese history and culture tradition.

Humanistic teaching - respect teachers and love students, making a harmonious environment

There is an ancient words in China: The first is teacher, lifelong is father. Martial arts practitioners will take a kind person as their master, study modestly, respect masters, and promote traditional virtues of Kung Fu. As far as traditional Confucianism concerns, respecting masters and attending to the principles of traditional martial arts in the cultivation of the Kung Fu education. Therefore, respecting masters and showing love and care to students is a part of Chinese traditional martial arts culture.

In order to better inherit Chinese Kung Fu, our school requests that masters and translators to care foreigner students who came long way to China from home, and may meet many difference. When this happens, all masters and translators are their relatives who are happy to help them and accomplish their training schedule. At Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy, there is a mutual respect between masters and students, making this school a harmonious training and living environment.


Competitions give our students the unique opportunity to exercise the skills they've acquired at our Chinese Kung Fu school in front of a public audience. Our students get top places competing in national and international martial arts competitions. The element of competition pushes students and masters to break old records and improve their Kung Fu, kickboxing, and martial arts skills.

More than 200 championships since 2003

  • In 2009, three of our kickboxing students won for the Russian team at the International Martial Arts Competitions in Yantai, China.
  • In 2010, some of our students and masters participated in the Shaolin martial arts competition and got excellent records.
  • In 2011, we attended the International Traditional Martial Arts Competitions in Yantai and achieved excellent records.
  • In July 28 and August 8, 2012, we took part in the International Traditional Kung Fu competitions held by Yantai for two times,and got great records.
  • In April 2013, we joined in Hongkong international Martial Arts Festival completed the competitions successfully and achieved excellent records and Gold medals.
  • In 2014, students took part in the International Traditional Kung Fu competitions held in Hongkong,and achieved excellent records.
  • In August, 2014, students got old medals and certificate from Three competitions: Yantai martial arts competitions for twice and Beijing one.

Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academys regulations

There are strict rules in academy to make students to attain more disciplines and focus on training to improve themselves.

Learners must respect their masters, translators. You should co-exist in harmony and avoid bad atmosphere within the academy.

Help fellow learner who got difficulties in the training instead of mocking of others.

Respect each others belief and faith.

Drugs, tobacco, cigarettes, alcohol, and gambling are prohibited. If you are caught with drug, you will be dismissed straight away.

Noise should be kept down. No inappropriate word is allowed to be spoken in the academy.

Keep yourself and your living quarters clean and tidy.

Let your master know your destination and get his permission to leave if you want go outside for night.

In order to create a good training atmosphere, students cannot take any female outside to the academy except for his family for visiting.

All students in the academy have to obey the rules of the academy. Highlighting the worth of respect is an important way in school. We are dedicated to make harmonious learning and living environment for both learners and masters.

In formal martial arts early morning training, it starts as early as 6 a.m. all week long from Monday to Friday.

It is advisable for students to wake up earlier in the morning so that you can get fresh air breathing along the road on the mountain to walk or run.

During the week from Monday to Friday, it is better to students to sleep before ten at night so as they are able to recover energy to study the following day.

The working hours for the school staff are between 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Its expected for students to respect the working hours.

During the weekends, there are master and translators on duty.

Questions about Chinese martial arts can be asked at anytime in normal class.

There is free time for everyone other than the kitchen staff on weekends.

All students are welcomed

We offer instructions to beginner and advanced students with previous martial arts experiences and gain more skills through martial arts training. We welcome the students who are healthy mentally and physically. The training plan is also very flexible according students' different needs.

Students age group and training duration

There are courses of different lengths that span from one month or less, to five years. Our students ages range from 6 to 70 years old, because Chinese Kung Fu is suitable for all ages to learn. Here is no maximum of age to come, but there is a minimum of it. For kids, it is better to come with parent. Each year we have family groups to come here to train with their kids together.

The study includes all male and a female student who is 16 years and older. Younger students of the less than 16 years old are accepted if they are accompanied with their parent or older relatives particularly a brother or a sister. Ensuring there is good quality teaching, every master is supposed to manage seven students in the winter and less than fifteen students in the summer. This will ensure high quality martial arts training on a personal level and assure a close family atmosphere in the group.

Many martial arts in China are mostly developed for the middle age and seniors to grasp. They include the old Qi Gong, ba duan jin, the yi jin jing, and meditation that gives students a better health and aids in developing the Kung Fu skills and healing disease. Every student can get a customized plan for training. The students may choose the length according to their personal schedule and unique passion for Chinese Kung Fu.


Beginners can introduced to learn Shaolin include the basics of Shaolin, traditional Qi Gong, two short Shaolin quan forms, one weapon routine, carrying out combat and an additional Tai Chi Quan lessons to start with,then,after some time training,you can perform intermediate or advanced Kung Fu,and students can optional to learn Wing Chun, Baji, Xingyi, Bagua, or Preying Mantis to learn basics, a routine, one weapon form and Qi Gong,then the students can change their classes after trying for several days to decide if the training is what they want to master in the coming days and then take an extensive training on the styles chosen.

Experienced students

Students with previous martial arts training will be quicker to learn and will learn advance martial arts. If you are as an already established Kung Fu expert, you can get a higher level martial arts training and master more complex moves, combat skills, and internal skills with higher morality. We welcome advanced students wishing to study by challenging the masters.

Short term training (1 month)

During 1 month term, you will learn Shaolin Kung Fu history and theory, basic punching and kicking, Qi Gong (all include healing Qi Gong) and Tai Chi, 1 - 2 Shaolin fist form (or 1 basic weapon i.e. staff or sword, depending on skill level), Chinese kick boxing with 2-person sparring, basic Mandarin, Taoism, Calligraphy, acupuncture, and massage.

Extra lessons

In addition, the school offers extra lessons like mandarin, acupuncture, massage, calligraphy, Taoist and Buddhist theory, allowing the students to get a further comprehension of Chinese culture while they train.

Ancient massage class

We have professional ancient massage master Sui who is inheritor of ancient massage skills. Massage and acupuncture is old traditional Chinese culture and it is very popular in China. The ancient massage method is rich and profound. It is regarded as a special miracle in the Chinese medical field and he cured many patients.

The ancient massage method is distinguished from common massage, because it includes Qi and energy, taking advantage of the Qi of Dantian and correlating with the rhythm of the respiration, doing massage for the conception, and governor vessels, which will regulate the five elements inside your body, the gold, the wood, the water, the fire, and the earth.

Meanwhile, it makes the internal organs, the veins, and arteries fluent and circulates the blood and Qi in a normal state by the massage of the 12 veins and arteries. In addition, it will achieve the purpose of physical health and the balance of Yin and Yang. Hence, the massage will cure the disease and if there is no disease, it will keep a person healthy.

The main part of the ancient massage is the belly, the spine, and human limbs are auxiliary. The main characteristics are: adjust gestural cavity and Qi-blood, dredge meridians, and provoke the function that patience can heal the injuries by themselves.

It will expand and confirm the Chinese medicine because of the judgments, techniques, and treatment. It provides a new way to cure evolving diseases. Ancient message has its own theoretic system and evolution. It also is called live fossil of traditional massage. Now ancient massage has become the national intangible cultural heritage project.

Cooperation with Yantai University

We cooperated with the foreign language academy of Yantai University that can help students to study Chinese mandarin in Yantai University as major after finished training here. We also cooperated with international teaching Job Federation that can help students who want to work in China to get a good teaching job in southern China with high salary, once meeting the requirements.

Training hall and equipments

In our 1100-square-meter training hall, there is a set of fitness training equipment, power training equipment, wooden dummies, mats, pads, punching bags, gloves, and bodyguards that are provided during training at our Kung Fu school in China. You also can buy your own one if you want during your training. During the winter, students can practice in the facility's warm temperature as we offer its heating system.


After arrival at the academy, long-term students are issued a monk's suit. The academy also provides students with tableware, bedding, washing machines, and a hot shower facility. The school also offers Internet and a public pay phone so students can easily contact friends and family. The presence of a translator in the academy is also good as it facilitates smooth running of activities.

Language course

We offer free optional traditional Chinese cultural lessons here in the evening from Monday to Friday. After the students finished the afternoon training, you can choose to attend according to your interest. The available classes are Chinese Mandarin (standard Chinese), Taoism, Buddhism, Calligraphy, acupuncture, and massage that taught by professional Chinese teachers. We have a professional acupuncture and massage master. The mandarin course is from 7 - 7.45 p.m. from Monday to Wednesday. We teach reading, speaking, and writing.

Course preparation

Students often ask about the kind of preparation they should make before coming to the academy. At our Chinese Kung Fu school at Kunyu Mountain, we place high priority on physical preparations before arrival. This is done by practicing healthy dieting, long distance running, swimming, sprinting, ping-pong, sit-ups, cycling, and other forms of exercise before your arrival.

All forms of stamina training are good as they help students learn the martial arts easier. All sports that help your body build muscle and get stronger are recommended, as are sports that help increase your aerobic ability.

If youd like to attend training at the academy, please fill out the application form, which we will send you as soon as possible once you contact Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy. Once we received your application form, we will reply you within one day.

Submitting the application form one to six months prior to target date is recommended. This is to give you time to process all the needed travel requirements e.g. visa and plane tickets, once you get accepted to train in the Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy.

Training overview

Training traditional Kung Fu in our academy includes many different fist and weapon forms plus their applications and contact sparring as well as the Qi Gong. The academy teaches other internal styles that include Taiji (Tai Chi) and Wudang, Wing Chun and Baji, Bagua and Xingyi, and the Mantis style alongside traditional Shaolin Kung Fu. Each of the styles that have been mentioned above has its own classes plus students can be able to choose and learn more than one style.

The Kung Fu styles listed on our website all have a corresponding class here (Shaolin Kung Fu, Wing Chun, Wudang, Baji, Tai Chi fist, Mantis and Bagua palm, Xingyi fist, Qi Gong, kickboxing, etc.). You can also choose any class form for optional cultural classes (Mandarin, acupuncture and massage, as well as calligraphy) for free in the everning.

Shaolin temple ranking system

The ranking system at Shaolin Temple has 9 levels. The 9 level is the highest someone can achieve in Shaolin Gong Fu that the level can only be awarded after a lifetime of commitment to it. If you are determined enough and willing to study for 3 years, you can attain a middle rank of either level 3 or 4.

Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy schedule

Daily schedule Monday to Friday

  • 06:00 - 07:00 Qi Gong / Tai Chi
  • 07:10 - 08:00 Breakfast
  • 08:30 - 10:00 Morning training
  • 10:30 - 11:30 Morning training
  • 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:30 - 16:00 Afternoon training
  • 16:30 - 17:30 Qi Gong & Xingyi (Monday - Thursday), Calligraphy & Taoism (Friday)
  • 18:00 - 19:00 Dinner
  • 19:00 - 19:40 Mandarin (Monday - Wednesday), Acupuncture & massage (Thursday), Buddhism theory (Friday)
  • 22:00 - 05:50 Bed time

Shaolin Kung Fu

China Shaolin Kung Fu is one of the greatest forms of martial arts; it has gained a lot of popularity in the recent past. Its movements are rapid, quick, and forceful. This martial art demands energy, rapid, and forceful actions. For one, it has produced great masters in the history of China and also boasts a variety of techniques and philosophies that increase the spiritual growth in both young children and adults. In fact, Shaolin martial arts also involve training on culture tradition and helps students deepen their knowledge about "the Chinese way". Our students love and appreciate learning this wonderful art and taking advantage of all its benefits.

5 major Shaolin Kung Fu schools

There are five major schools of Shaolin Kung Fu: Song mountain Shaolin, Fujian Shaolin, Guangdong Shaolin, Siquan Shaolin, and Hubei Shaolin. It started with small schools and styles within the Shaolin art. Nowadays, we can say they are northern and southern Shaolin. The Shaolin is rich and colorful in its contents. Some of main boxing routines include Dahong quan (Quan means boxing), Xiaohong quan, Pao quan, Luohan quan, Zhaoyang quan, Tongbei quan, Plum Blossom quan, Long quan, Steven start quan, Yin quan, soft quan, and others lots of kinds of application an combats skills. Some of them are relevant with health keeping Kung Fu, medicine, and Qi Gong, etc., they are all parts of very important cultural tradition.


Shaolin staff is very important part in Shaolin weapon; there are Shao Huo staff, Qi Mei staff, Liu He stick, Yun Yang stick, Pai stick, Monkey staff, Da Mo staff, etc.

Spear: 27 famous spear, 33 famous spear, Six-he spear, Yang style spear, Luo style spear, etc.

Shaolin single broadsword, Mei Hu broadsword, Gun Tang, Qian Kun, 7 star sword, tiger head hook, 9 sections whip, etc.

Other locking joints techniques, pressing points, soft Qi Gong, Hard Qi Gong, iron sand palm, Shaolin 72 techniques, etc.

The origin of Shaolin

Shaolin can be traced from around 1500 years ago. The first original Shaolin temple was located at the foot of the Song mountain. Historically, it was established by the Indian monk who had come to spread Buddhism in China. However, the temple was later closed. Later on, the temple was reopened after two years.

Ta Mo, a Buddhist, is believed to have been admitted in the first temple in Northern China. However, during this time, most of the monks used to fall asleep during training. At other times, he would notice that the older monks developed frequent physical problems due to the extensive training and meditation. To alleviate this, he introduced 49 postures designed to keep people awake.

Some of these were the very first forms used in Shaolin training. Despite the slow initial take off, Shaolin martial arts now have modern techniques that have been found to be quite effective.

There are huge content and forms in Shaolin martial arts, some of main ones include: internal Gongfu, external Kung Fu, hard one, light one, Qi Gong, etc.

Internal Shaolin Kung Fu training is different from light Kung Fu. The former focuses on practicing the strength of one's body, while the latter focuses on the jump - especially Qi Gong, which helps in maintaining Qi. Shaolin Kung Fu teaches the use of hand-to hand defense, the use of weapons, or a combination of both. Forms used include: straight sword, spear, combat, and performance sparring among other forms.

Once a trainee is trained on one level, they proceed to the next depending on their mastery. It is progressive and trainers put effort to ensure learners get from one level to a more advance level in an appropriate amount of time. One of the best things the masters of our Shaolin Kung Fu school do is to make sure our students can learn traditional Shaolin martial arts with their masters.

Training by Shaolin monks

Due to this diverse variety, there are lots of techniques of Shaolin martial arts. Our Shaolin monk trains you on the styles that you want to pursue. The monks in school are highly qualified, as they require theory, flexibility, strength, and even the ability to endure pain. This is one of martial arts that preach non-violence and other principles that enhance wellness. The monks will normally undergo intense training (for mind and body) to create resilience and bring out the importance of having mental, spiritual, and physical harmony. In fact, China takes pride in having some of the greatest masters in martial arts. All this is practiced in a Shaolin monastery. Age does not determine who can train for Shaolin Kung Fu.

Shaolin Kung Fu is universal

As you will realize, all forms of techniques in the world are now available in Shaolin Kung Fu. You will find masters who are qualified in teaching them to motivated and open students. Introduction on Shaolin Kung Fu China is not meant to flight somebody; rather, it is designed to promote healing. Simply put, this is an art that will promote courage, confidence, clarity and a zest for life. While other martial arts may focus on training that entails hurting an opponent, the spirit of Shaolin mainly teaches love and gentleness. Thus, it would be right to say that Shaolin Kung Fu is about love and wisdom. The spiritual aspect has also made it quite popular across many cultures. It transcends ritual religion and thus qualifies as one of the greatest forms of martial arts in existence. Training Shaolin art include forms, theory, applications, weapons, Qi Gong Fu, etc. and it involves other aspects that are also important in attaining higher levels of spirituality.

Shaolin Kung Fu training techniques

Hooking hand - is seldom used in Shaolin boxing and is widely used in Mantis boxing, 5-animal boxing, wuzi boxing, etc.

Claw - varies in different types and techniques i.e. dragon claw, monkey claw, eagle claw, tiger claw, 5-flower claw, etc.

Fist - being the most commonly used hand type in Shaolin boxing, it has several techniques i.e. Biao fist, Yang fist, Yin fist, crashing fist, chopping fist, flying fist, etc.

Elbow - the complement of hand technique. Holding fist and curving elbow rushing forward the opponents chest or abdomen is called rushing heart elbow.

Foot technique - one of the important basics in Shaolin boxing, which includes forward step, retreat step, jump step, flying step, moving step, hopping step, etc.

Leg techniques - front stretch, side stretch, higher side stretch, backward leg, highest lever front stretch, highest lever side stretch, treading leg, front kick, side kick, reverse kick, front-flipping leg, empty-flipping leg.

Jump technique - is a kind of sports that combines with foot technique and leg technique.

Acrobatic techniques - wheel turning and flying turning.

Kung Fu stances - horse riding stance and bow stance.


We are located in sacred Kunyu mountains, environmentally protected mountain of natural beauty and cultural importance. It takes one hour from Kunyu mountains to the center of coastal modern Yantai city, Shandong province. At the base of the Kunyu Mountain is where we claim our peaceful presence. We are located away from the distractions of big city. That fact allows students to experience a serene environment for training, and grow in strength and spirit.

Yantai City, the city we located ,as named as one of the most suitable residence for people in Asia by United Nations Settlements Program, and the city is rich in various fruits, especially big cherry, apple, pear, and sea food, that are famous in China even in the world. Yantai city was awarded one of the most charming cities in China, neighboring Qing Dao city.


All meals served satisfy the dietary needs of students and most cooking in the academy is done in Chinese fashion. In the morning, there is milk, porridge, bread, soybean milk, and eggs. Lunch is also served in Chinese fashion and includes three dishes, one with meat, one vegetable dish, one egg dish, seafood, rice, fried chips, and soup. Dinner menu is similar to lunch menu. The drinking water is from natural water drawn from a protected spring of national park in the Kunyu Mountain. Everyone can drink directly from the tap.

Our cooks also make Chinese dumplings and noodles once a week, fried fish, fried chicken, Chinese style bacon, sweet and sour pork tenderloin and seafood, fresh fruits, several times a week. The cook may also provide chilies for those who prefer them. There are also big feasts where the masters and students eat together. We also provide meals for vegetarians. There are 15 vegetarian students are currently enrolled.

Things to do (optional)

Weekend and national holidays

Every weekend, the students are given the free time to relax, enjoy the scenery, and go on a little sightseeing trip. Each student can roam around the next city or nearby attractions as long as they ask permission and inform their masters of their plan.

We have several days off for Christmas, New Year, and Chinese Lunar New Year. The student can stay in academy and train if they want. There are master and translator on duty. Students can ask for two weeks holiday to go back home if you wish.

Local attractions

The school is surrounded by historic places and ancient scenic spots. You can see the lake while the Quanzhen Taoism Temple is next to school. Wu Ran Temple, Ma Gu Temple, and Nine Dragon Pool, are close to our proximity. The mountain cave in Taoism temple with eight statures inside, Yan Xia cave. It is said the founder of Taoism meditated for many years in ancient times. All of these wonderful places support our students' learning and create the perfect place for mastering China Shaolin Kung Fu. Yantai city offers a lot of entertainment and recreation activities for you. You can try out the different cuisines offered. Or enjoy shopping around for your personal needs and souvenir items.

Ma Gu Temple

Aside from those attractions, you can also visit the Ma Gu Temple, located at the east side of Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy. This temple and the Wu Ran Temple, which is also at the east side, are considered to be historical and scenic attractions. Some of the main attractions within the Ma Gu Temple are the Ma Gu Tomb, the San Guan and Cai Shen Palaces, Yue Lao Ancestral Temple, Hua Spring, and the Bixia Pavilion.

Nine Dragons Pool

Nine Dragons Pool is located on Kunyus Mountain Northern sides having a steep cliff. At the center of this cliff, you will get natural stone ponds, nine in total at different sizes. The largest pond measures 6 meters and at 3 meters deep. Looking at it, one thinks it is a dragon climbing a mountain.

According to the history here, it is said that these dragon broke laws in heaven and was casted on the mountain. You can see the bottom on the pond because of the clean water. These nine dragons fall measures 1 kilometer high. This is a rare spectacle of a waterfall in Shan Dong. The main point of attractions to people here includes Dragon King Palace, Immortal stone, Heaven Pond, and the Nine Dragon Waterfall.

Quanzhen Taoism Temple

On the north side of the academy, the Bo Ocean is located and on the south side, the Yan Xia Cave is located. It is the original place of the Quan Zhen group of Taoism. Meanwhile on its west side, the nine dragon pool which is another scenic spot is located. Aside from the pool, the Dragon King palace, Heaven pond, and Immortal Stone can also be visited here.

Sacred Kunyu Mountains - the origin of Taoism

Our Kung Fu training school is at the foot of the sacred Kunyu Mountain and has been praised by past students as the perfect place to study Chinese martial arts. With deep culture and a serene mountainous landscape filled with masterful trainers, this protected area of natural beauty has become China's cornerstone of Kung Fu training.

This natural beauty is surrounded by the benefits of the city and makes our Kung Fu school one of the most accessible Chinese Kung Fu schools surrounded by mountains. There are public tourist buses and taxis from our school to the center of Yantai City. Also, the nearest town, Muping District, is filled with modern conveniences like big supermarkets, shopping malls and privately owned stores. These nearby places give students an opportunity to shop for daily necessities and experience Yantai culture.

Taoism Temple and Yan Xia Cave

To the south of our Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy, there is the Taoism Temple and Yan Xia Cave. It will take about 5 minutes walk to these scenic attractions. We usually train there and have mountain run each Friday afternoon.

It is said the founder of Taoism meditated for lots of years in the mountain cave, Yan Xia cave. There are eight statues inside the cave, got respect from people. Yan Xia cave made of natural rocks. The Quan Zhen religion under Taoism has made the cave their novel place. The Quan Zhen of Taoism leader called Wan Chong Yang arrived from Xian Yan located in the eastern parts of the Zhong Nan Mountains in 1167.

He called the followers together inside the cave and taught them. Qiu Chulji was among the seven followers and became known as Seven Immortal. Their properties that include imperial edict tablets, bronze tablets and statues made of stones are under protection.

Wu Ran Temple

To the east of our Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy, there is the Wu Ran Temple. Wu Ran Temple is built in the Kunyu mountain peak on the Southern region. It was built during the East Han period and became known as the first Buddha temple in Shandong province in the eastern part. During the 1887 Qing Dynasty, the Wu Ran Temple came up with inscriptions. The meaning of this was that the area is far from the villages, peace, relief, and home of clean.

Today, the Wu Ran landmark has become a forest environment, cloud rocks, green pines, colored eighteen lake, Grand Canyon measuring a thousand meters. It also includes waterfalls, streams valleys and the springs. This is then called a minor Jiu Zhai. People coming here get attracted to the Queen Mother Bathtub, Li Long Culture Square, Mary Temple, King Qi tomb, Jiangbei Wang magnolia, old ginkgo, and Aqua Park.

Yantai City

Yantai, the closest and most populous city near the Kunyu Mountain, has been considered one of the most strategically significant cities throughout China history. Since being one of the most significant cities the early ages and being called the "Black Horse in Northern China" for its economic success in the 1990's,Yantai's popularity and modern advancement has continued to soar.

Yantai literally means "smoky tower". In the ancient Ming Dynasty, locals used wolf dung to light fires to warn the whole village to pay attention to approaching enemy; the city was then named Yantai by people. In ancient times, Emperor Qin Shi Hung, Han wu Emperor, and Tang Taizong all left historical traces in Yantai.

Located just far enough away from the city, Kunyu Mountain's beautiful surroundings support the training and spirit or our martial arts practices. Yantai has won the titles of National Civilized city and Chinese Best Leisure cities consecutively. The nearby city's growth never interferes with our practice and the mountain air is as clean as ever.


How to get there

Recommended Airports


Yantai Laishan International Airport, 80 km

Arrival by airplane

You can book a flight from your hometown to Beijing or Shanghai, the capital city of China.

Then you can change to a domestic flight from Beijing to the Yantai airport (55 minutes; around 90 USD for economy class).

From Shanghai to Yantai, flight will be one hour and 10 minutes and around 115 USD for economic seats.

It's easiest to book your flight or train from Beijing to Yantai Airport in your hometown before your arrival. Sometimes you cant buy it during the peak hour after you arrive in Beijing, so it may delay your trip.

Flight Number

Departs from Beijing

Arrives in Yantai


  • CA1585
  • 08:00
  • 09:05
  • 1h 5m
  • SC4856
  • 09:40
  • 10:50
  • 1h 10m
  • MU277
  • 10:10
  • 11:35
  • 1h 25m
  • CA1545
  • 12:25
  • 13:35
  • 1h 10m
  • MU5136
  • 15:10
  • 16:10
  • 1h
  • CA1555
  • 16:00
  • 17:00
  • 1h
  • CA1593
  • 19:00
  • 20:00
  • 1h

Arrival by train

Take train from Beijing to Yantai (15 hours; around 30 USD).

There is only one train from Beijing to Yantai (K285) that leaves Beijing at 4.30 p.m. and arrives at 6.28 a.m. the next day.

There is one train from Shanghai to Yantai (train no. 2582 / 2583) that leaves Shanghai at 11 p.m. and arrives at 5.56 p.m. the next day.

High-speed rail will be due to open towards at end of December of 2014,at that time, that will be very convenient for students to take train from Beijing to Yantai train station (or from Shanghai to Yantai), it only take about 4 hours.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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