A link to reset your password has been sent to your email
Already have an account? Log in
We have sent you an email to validate your email address. Follow the link provided in that email to complete your registration.
Didn't receive an email? Resend
Imagine having strong legs and body, and living a dynamic life. You feel happy, empowered, aesthetically beautiful, have great physical power and stamina like a true warrior. Unfortunately, the truth is that most people are not healthy. Most people want to feel relaxed, with a youthful body, with a clear and focused mind, but very few will ever do anything about it. You get confused, scared, and really stuck. Your health and life dreams slowly fade away, and you accept that you will probably never find your real-life health, youth, and purpose again. What are you doing for your legs and core body health right now? Join the Shaolin temple warrior path online membership and fulfill your Kung Fu dream with Shaolin temple training methods delivered to your home. The Shaolin stances are the Shaolin legacy. They are a fundamental skill which involves physical, technical, and mental training.
What you will find in the Shaolin temple stance training online course is in-depth video courses taught by Shifu Shi Yanjun, an expert you can trust. Inside the online course, you’ll find high-quality video instruction from Shifu Shi Yanjun and experts on stances (Ma Bu, Gong Bu, Xie Bu, Pu Bu, Xu Bu), Qigong breathing for health, and stands training for improving the leg strength. The modules include assignments for you to practice at home.
At the end of the course, you will receive an assignment including several variations on how to practice the Shaolin stances for fast improvement. You will receive formal certification. The instructors include Shifu Shi Yanjun and disciples Shi Yanbo (Dr. Rhea Du) and Shi Hengyi (Lukasz Duszak).
In our days, too many people take for granted their legs. They play an essential role in our lives, and behind it lies a cultural aspect. We all believe that the hands are the most important extension of our body because they make us unique and special among living creatures. Although the hands are beneficial, the legs are crucial. There is no living creature with only hands. Before the person grows old, the legs grow old.
Problems with the legs can be an early sign of aging and are undoubtedly a sign of a general decline in health. Deterioration, with complications, can start to happen at an early age, even to athletes and dancers. Each morning as we get out of bed, our legs support our entire weight and continue to do so faithfully throughout the day until we go to sleep. No other body part bears the same amount of prolonged physical stress continuously. Our legs are strongly linked to our well-being.
In the modern lifestyle, our legs are lacking to build up greater strength and being nourished with vitality and energy. The stance practice develops the leg's strength, stability, and balance. Besides, it helps to develop internal strength and breath. It has a remarkable effect on gastrointestinal diseases. When healthy people breathe, the thoracic-diaphragm movement is only 1 to 2 cm. When advanced practitioners train the Ma Bu stance, the breathing method adopted is reverse abdominal breathing. This kind of breathing will extend the thoracic diaphragm movement to 4~5 cm, which helps gastrointestinal peristalsis, enhance digestion and absorption, and have a particular effect on gastrointestinal diseases.
Improving physical fitness and self-defense can make people physically and mentally exercised. The practice has proved that external energy can benefit joints, strengthen muscles, bones, and physique. Internal energy management, channel meridians, spiritual adjustment, and martial arts exercises pay attention to regulating the breath, mental activities, controlling inner environment balance, regulating Qi and blood, and improving body function.
Physical fitness helps one overcome the negative evasion barrier when encountering strong hands and exercise bravery, fearlessness, and tenacity during a fight. After long-term training, people can cultivate the right habits and morals of hard work, courage, tenacity, open-mindedness, studiousness, enterprising, and creating a beautiful enjoyment.
The principles of Martial Arts include the highest realm of Martial Arts. Whether a man's Martial Arts reach a higher level is measured by four aspects: strength, fist and legs positions, strength, and psychology. For a Kung Fu Master, his force should have the quality of both pliability and hardness; fist position should be hidden; strength should be able to hit people by will, and psychology should be prepared to fight, but not act upon anger.
The correct balance between hard and soft means the balance between internal and external forces. Force means Yang and mercy means Yin. There is no pure hard not pure soft. If the fist is too hard, the strength will be exhausted, and is the fist is too soft, the strength too weak.
"The smartest think seems stupid and simple" Laozi. This saying comes from the phrase: cats hide their paws and attack using their minds while fighting. The monks use the above term to explain the high level of martial arts which is neither complicated nor beautiful, but practical. The beautiful think may not be practical and most practical things are not beautiful. The smart one may not be better than the simple one, but most simple things can exceed the smart thing.
Every success story to come from the Shaolin temple, big or small, has relied on the formula G.A.S. (Grit, Action, Support)! Your success story will be too.
Remember, time waits for no man!
This Shaolin Kung Fu stances online course was built because it is evident that too many people having major issues with leg mobility and flexibility, and body stability and balance. They just couldn't put all the pieces of the puzzle together. Many people lost in so-called authentic learning and knowledge for health improvement without real health benefits as well as Martial Arts basic skills. It is the answer against the noise and smoke of all the overpriced, hyped-up, and ineffective courses and programs out there. They are taking advantage of people who didn't know whom to trust.
Video 1 learning topic: Breathing introduction
Video 2 learning topic: Dantian
Video 3 learning topic: Dantian breathing benefits
Video 4 learning topic: Hu breathing
Video 1 learning topics: Hunyuan stand
Video 2 learning topics: Siping stand
Video 3 learning topic: concentration of mind
Video 1 learning topic: Shaolin stances introduction
Video 2 learning topics: Ma Bu (horse stance)
Video 3 learning topics: Gong Bu (bow stance)
Video 4 learning topics: Pu Bu (crouching stance)
Video 5 learning topics: Xie Bu (resting stance)
Video 6 learning topics: Xu Bu (empty stance)
1-Month detailed workout plan and specially designed sequence to train and develop complete body awareness through endurance training to achieve coordination, balance, mobility relaxation, concentration, and resilience to fatigue. The plan also includes a special challenge workout. In addition, you will receive two bonus videos Wu Bu Quan (demo – slow and fast with power), the fist form of Shaolin Kung Fu. This is the next step in the Shaolin Warrior learning path.
So, let’s find the time! Human adults need to manage their lives better to live a free life where they have control over the only thing which belongs to them: their own body.
Shifu Shi Yajun is the head coach of Kung Fu Department of Shaolin Temple Yunnan and disciple of The Venerable Abbot of Songshan Shaolin Temple, Grandmaster She Yongxin. He is the 34th Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk and 17th Generation Disciple of Meihua Quan. Shifu Yanjun is also the executive president of International Meihua Quan Federation, vice-president of China Meihua Quan Association, and executive director of Mei Boxing Association. His motto in teaching is "Love Kung Fu and Kung Fu will love you back". Be happy everyday!
Shi Yanbo (Dr. Andreea McCurry) is the disciple of Venerable Abbot of Songshan Shaolin Temple, Grandmaster Shi Yongxin. She has been training in China under Shifu Shi Yanjun for more than 7 years. Shi Yanbo is 34th Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk and 17th Generation Meihua Quan. Her role in Shaolin Temple is International Cultural Exchange Ambassador. She is Executive Director of World Federation of Chan Medicine and is working directly with the Shaolin Temple Medical Center under the guidance of Grandmaster Shi Yanbei.
Lukasz Duszak (Shi Hengyi) is an assistant coach of the Shaolin Temple Yunnan. He is a 35th generation Shaolin and 18th generation disciple of Meihua Quan, the disciple of Master Shi Yanjun.
This training is conducted online. Shaolin Temple Yunnan Warrior Monks Training Center is based in Yunnan Province, China (GMT+8). Shaolin Temple Yunnan Warrior Monks Training Center will upload the lessons to their online platform every month, which you can access at your own convenience from the comfort of your home by just using your phone or computer. If there are questions, you can reach out to them via the Facebook tribe.
For this organizer you can guarantee your booking through BookMartialArts.com. All major credit cards supported.
We respect your privacy. We will not publish or share your email address in any way.
Please go to your inbox and click the confirmation link we just emailed you.
Don't miss our special promotions, exclusive offers, new destinations and inspirational stories!
We respect your privacy. We will not publish or share your email address in any way.