Shaolin_NewYork

Manhattan Shaolin Kungfu & Qigong

Schedule & Curriculum


Shaolin_New_YorkAdult Classes open to ages 12 and up

Spring Street Chiropractic - 21 Spring Street (@Mott), New York, NY 10012

Tuiton: $125 per month or $320 for 3 months and includes unlimited kung fu and qigong classes.
Introductory class: $25, please call to make an appointment.

** An appointment is necessary to try or watch an introductory class! Please contact us at 646 481-4595 or info@shaolinnewyork.com to reserve a spot.
If you are under 18 years old, you must by accompanied by a parent or guardian your first day.


Our next available dates to schedule an introductory class are: Wed 7/5, Mon 7/10, Sun 7/23, Mon 7/31.

Schedule current as of Monday July 10, 2017

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Qigong 7 - 8pm Closed 7 - 8pm 7 - 8pm Closed 9 - 10am 11am-12pm
Kung fu 8 - 9pm Closed 8 - 9pm 8 - 9pm
Closed 10 - 11am 12 - 1pm

 

New!!! Please note that these are 2 different programs

Kungfu enrichment class in Brooklyn for children.

First class April 4, last class June 6. No class on April 11. / 9 weeks, 3:15–4:15 pm.
This class is for children in grades 2–5. If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth at 917-468-8558 or elahart@slaschool.org. Please register here by March 29. Class Location: Mark Morris Dance Studio (pick up and dismissal from SLA, 126 St Felix Street).

Children's Classes in Manhattan at the New York Chinese Cultural Center

Kungfu classes for kids ages 8-12 years old now available. We are pleased to announce that the Manhattan Shaolin instructors will be heading the children's kungfu program at the New York Chinese Cultural Center! You can go to their class page for more information. To enroll your son or daughter, please contact the New York Chinese Cultural Center directly at info@nychineseculturalcenter.org or (212) 334-3764.



Realize your fullest potential as you learn to unite your mind and body.

Shaolin Kung Fu is a martial art that was born in the Songshan Shaolin Temple's Buddhist cultural environment. With roots in Yin Yang and the Five Elements Theory, it evolved as a way to support Buddhist practice and is a manifestation of the spirit of traditional Chinese culture. Our classes reflect this tradition and provide a complete curriculum of internal and external training.

Kung fu: In this class we practice drills, stretches, jumps and forms typical of Shaolin Kung fu training. This is a great and complete workout. You will develop strength, flexibility, stamina, and explosive power while learning the profound art of traditional kungfu from the Shaolin Temple in Henan, China.

Qigong: This is an internal energy cultivation exercise(Ba Duan Jing and Yi Jin Jing are two of the Ba Duan Jingmost well known) from the Shaolin Monastery. It is gentle and suitable for senior citizens and those who are recovering from illness or injury. It is aimed at strengthening the muscles, tendons, and ligaments and achieving a balanced state of internal energy (Qi) in the human body. Qigong can help martial artists and athletes develop explosive power, stamina and resist injury. This practice consists of stretching,breathing and visualization techniques to achieve these holistic health goals. Persistant practice will increase blood and energy flow which can ameliorate various illnesses and is crucial part of iron body training.



Rhythm, according to our Chinese ancestors:

    • Move like a crashing tidal wave (dong ru tao)
    • Still like the mountain (jing ru shan)
    • Jump like the ape (qi ru yuan)
    • Land like the magpie (luo ru xi)
    • Stand balanced like the rooster (li ru ji)
    • Stand erect like a pine tree (zhan ru song)
    • Spin like the wheel (zhuan ru lun)
    • Bend like the bow (zhe ru gong)
    • Light like the leaf (qing ru ye)
    • Heavy like iron (zhong ru tie)
    • Hover like the eagle (huan ru yin)
    • Fast like the wind (kuan ru fong)

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