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Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy is located at the foot of the Kunyu Mountains, serene mountainous landscape, set in an environmentally protected area of natural beauty and cultural importance.

This Shaolin Martial Arts Academy accommodates the following facilities and amenities: balancing posts, conditioning tools, indoor and outdoor training areas, internet room, kick bags, mats and pads, Sanda ring, sandbags, washing and cleaning facilities, weapons, weights room, wooden dummies.

Overview

Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy is one of the most popular and longest-running International Kung Fu Schools in Shandong Province.

The Shaolin training in China gives its students the opportunity to enjoy beautiful rural environment on the edge of Kunyushan National Forest Park. The school offers students all opportunities to learn Shaolin Kung Fu, Taichi, Qigong, Wing Chun, Xingyi, Bagua, Baji, Northern Praying Mantis and Sanda.

The students of Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Academy train at the school both in indoor and outdoor training halls as well as in the surroundings of Wuran Taoist Temple. The school provides beginners and adventure travellers with the complete training experience. Beautiful scenery, open space, historic sites and training with kungfu masters. As a result, our school of Shaolin is especially popular during the summer months from June to September.

The masters and staff of the school are very experienced at cartering to international students. The accommodation, facilities and food are also very good and continue to improve.

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The Reasons to Choose this Shaolin Martial Arts Academy 

The school attempts to recreate the Spirit of Shaolin Kung fu and traditional Chinese martial arts at the academy. There are translators at the school who can assist with the translation of different languages. This Kung Fu School does not let anyone feel discarded or isolated because of communication problems. Everyone is involved in the school life. An atmosphere of friendship is encouraged. The living conditions – accommodation, meals and facilities are of a good standard compared to other schools. 

The academy tries to incorporates the best practices from the school of Shaolin including a weekly Shaolin mountain run. Students at the school are not only taught martial arts and discipline but are also encouraged to help others. The masters at Kunyu Shan Shaolin Kung Fu School seek to develop a positive mindset formed through martial arts. Through martial arts training the students mindset is formed and honed so that they can achieve their personal goals in life. Just as the Shaolin Monks did in Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Academy. The students learn ancient combat skill to protect themselves physically without significant harm for an opponent. The students learn that success is not a single moment or phenomenon but a continuous and consistent process. 

At this school students from all over the world are welcomed. Shaolin training in China will form a tolerant, culturally aware and open-minded personality. When this achieved in a multicultural environment students are able to learn languages, especially Chinese through the power of language immersion. Sightseeing in the area is therefore encouraged to entertain and culturally educate the students. Every single day in the academy is different to the previous one.

School profile

  • China, Shandong
  • Martial Arts, Chinese Language
  • Baguazhang, Sanda, Shaolin Kung Fu, Baji Quan, Qigong, Northern Praying Mantis, Xingyi Quan
  • Spartan
  • 3 out of 5
  • Students under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian.
  • May, June, July, August, September
  • - Accommodation - Food - Tuition - Use of conditioning tools & weapons
  • - Chinese Visa - International & Domestic Travel - Internet Access - Insurance - Water

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Robert Burns (USA)
Submitted on 07/06/2016 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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I chose China to study Kungfu because I was very fascinated about the Chinese martial arts and wanted to learn more, and because I was already here as a foreign exchange student. I was motivated to come here because I believe the spirit and lessons of training like this can make me a better person. Chinese:武术不仅是技击 ,也是一种品德。修身养性。I value this personal development not just for myself, but more importantly for how I can use it to help others. In my time here I believe I have gotten off to a great start in the practice of Chinese martial arts.

My greatest gains from my training here at Kunyu mountain have been all I have learned about Shaolin kung fu,Tai chi Chuan ,Chi kungfu and their spirit and mindsets. I think the mentality and spirit I have been learning and practicing here has been a much greater gain than any of the physical movements. First and foremost, master Gao,and all of the masters. I am very thankful to every single person in my training group; all of them have taught me something and given me great help while I’ve been here. I owe any progress I’ve made here to them, and I am very glad to have been so lucky to train with them. I am also grateful for all the other masters, the translators, the staff, and the other students. All of them played a part in making my time here so great. Daily life at Kunyu is centered on training, of course, but while I have been here I have also been able to learn some more Mandarin, meet plenty of new friends, and learn from all of them.

The people here really are the best part of living at Kunyu Shan. They are also what makes the training so great. Being able to make friends with people from all over the world and with such different stories has been a great experience in itself. I also appreciated the accommodations, the dorms, the meals. Though there are little problems, and it is not as comfortable as I used to, I am still very glad to be here. In fact, having a little bit less comfort is a good thing, especially if you are here to train. For school location and scenery,I enjoy them! I think the scenery is beautiful, and very different from my hometown, New Orleans, too. I especially enjoyed our visits to the temple during our mountain runs or Daoism classes. The air is quite good.The indoor training hall is a great thing to have, especially in the winter. As for Yantai, I went once or twice, but most of the time I was able to find plenty to do here at the school. I usually did my shopping in Muping town.
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Samuel Dusatko (UK)
Submitted on 07/06/2016 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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I came to china to learn martial arts and to change my life style. It was always a dream for me to learn Chinese kung fu and I wanted to learn discipline and different ways of life. I spent One year in Kunyu mountain shaolin martial arts academy and gained a lot of experience in the kung fu styles Wing Chun and Baji fist. But the most I gained and learned is about myself and about ways of life. That you have to work hard to make a difference for yourself and for the people you care about.

The most influence I had from my Master. He is really the most kind person and good teacher I have met so far. He is patient and passionate about his teaching. And he is dedicated to teach martial arts for all his life. To find someone like this and to be a student is and was a great honor. We trained 5 days a week and every day between 4.5 and 6 hours. It was a good routine to get a foundament of basics and a great way to gain fitness. The surroundings of the academy is a small village with a lot of mountains nearby. The people are very friendly and you get a welcoming atmosphere.
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Cerelia Lee Maskarinec (USA)
Submitted on 07/06/2016 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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I chose to study in China after doing several years of martial arts back home, including Shaolin, Bagua, Xingyi,Taiji, Kendo. I wanted to be able to study in a more intensive environment, and achieve my dream of going to China to learn. I was motivated by a desire to improved myself and gain a higher understanding of Chinese martial arts, as well as a dream to live abroad and to improve my mandarin after studying the language for a couple of years prior. I think my greatest gain has been a mental one, because of different beginning of training when I arrived. This was the first time I had travelled out of the United States for more than a couple of weeks, and there was definitely an adjustment period.

Despite the training difficulties, I learned to work through discomfort in a way I had not had to before at home. I also began to try to overcome my chronic knee issues, and my pain tolerance has definitely increased. I also felt that I gained a lot from optional classes, and from living here and experiencing a different culture from my own. Being able to go out to Muping and Yantai and interact with people was really a great opportunity, not to mention the international community here in the school. I feel very lucky to have the privilege of studying with several shifus, especially Master Gao, who has been very influential to me. He always pushes students to do their best and to overcome their limitations, and I am fortunate to have experienced his teachings. The translators her are very helpful, and I am happy they were willing to answer all my questions and help with anything. The atmosphere of school changed my perspective as well, and I feel much more open to trying new things.

I arrived in the fall of 2015, and after a few difficult weeks I began to find a rhythm. Translators and friends at school were quick to help and to assist with anything, including forms and everyday things. The training remained very intensive, but I enjoyed it and learnt to move past mental blocks. The masters were all very friendly, but also not afraid to push their students. After nearly eight months, I can look back and remember a lot of different classes, events, performances, and good times with fellow students. I am grateful to have learned so much, and to have met so many amazing people. The surroundings of the academy are very beautiful, and especially in Spring and Fall the view from the nearby temple is picturesque. The air quality is very good, especially compared to cities like Beijing and Shanghai. The mountains and lakes in the area provided for a great natural setting, and the farming community creates a very nice atmosphere. Muping and Yantai city make for fun excursion to see a bit more the area, and it is always interesting to see the daily life in different cities. The proximity to the ocean is also a nice feature, and it is difficult to feel isolated if you can travel around the ocean a bit.
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“I have achieved things a lot at kunyu mountain school”
Submitted on 07/06/2016 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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Its sad knowing I am leaving Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Kung Fu School China tomorrow but I couldn't be leaving more happy. I have achieved things beyond my wildest dreams here, not just physically but mentally. I came out to china to find myself and a knew focus in life and in doing so I have gained so much more. I've met some amazing people who I know will stay great friends in the future.

I've been taught Wing Chun, Sanda (Chinese KickBoxing), Qigong and how to push my body to its absolute limits and further by 2 of the greatest Shifus in China. I have been shown a different way of life and had my eyes opened to a whole new world and way of living that stands for so much more than the materialistic world that I come from. But most importantly I've learnt to let go of so many different distractions and things that have been holding me back for years and changed my life around for the better. My journey learning kungfu in China may be ending for now but my life's journey has only just begun. Next step ‪enlightenment‬!!!
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“Training kung fu in kunyu kung fu academy”
Submitted on 07/06/2016 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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I trained there for 1 month, training baji quan and qigong. If you want to seriously train kung fu, this is the place to go. Students are friendly, masters are excellent (I trained with master Guo), translators are skilled. These were all 5 stars. You have everything you need to focus on studying kung fu. The only reason I gave 4/5 was the level of accommodation (rooms are equipped at bare minimum), internet is very slow (cable only) and there is no wifi. If you can live with the above, you can learn good stuff here and live the challenge/dream of your life. I think, level of accommodation is probably the same at all chinese kung fu schools, but here the masters are exceptionally good. Overall, I recommend kunyu kung fu academy for studying kung fu AND qigong as well, as master Guo is the most skilled qigong master ever met.
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Three months course from June to Sep
Submitted on 10/11/2014 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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I chose to study Kung Fu in China kunyu moutanin, because I wanted something really traditional, not an occidental way of practicing Kung Fu.I studied a lot shaolin kung fu and application here,and increased a lot for my body,motivation and my discipline.I got influenced by all good students who have all really great skills, and also by so high level of every masters here. My master helped me here a lot and all my training partners too.Everything was great, the training is really hard but incredibly good, I loved it. The daily life are good and all school staff were also really good people. Translators and masters were really awesome and respectable, helpful. I’m glad I met them. Everything was perfect for training and relaxing.
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Isabelle Fournier (Canada, Québec) Nine months training here in 2014
Submitted on 10/11/2014 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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I went in China to the Kunyu mountain Academy because I was looking for a one-of-a-kind personal development and an artistic way of practising sports. My experience at the Kunyu mountain academy has certainly helped me to develop an incredible personal discipline in many ways: physical, artistical , psychological and mental. The warm welcome by the interpreters, the quality of the teaching, the masters’ wisdom and the student culture altogether made this journey way better than in my expectations. Everyday made me discover my inner energy, which influences more martial arts than does the muscles development. There, I learnt the importance of linking my mental capabilities to my gesture while practising several styles: Tai Chi, Qigong, Wing Chun, Baji and Bagua. Moreover, my most amazing discovery about martial arts was Baji, a style too little known in the world. I literally fell in love with this deep experience of great beauty and great power. It has been a pleasure to have the opportunity to participate in many performances and competitions to present this martial art. Really, it has been an honor to have the chance to participate in these activities that made my journey so unique and that helped me feel my master’s recognition towards my efforts. The masters have a huge respect for who we are and what we need, and they know how to interact with every one of us. Their sense of humor brightened my training. Thanks to them, after nine months of training, I feel really more balanced, in control of myself, in very good shape, more confident, happier, and more conscious about the energy that goes around, in me and between each one of us. Everything in the Academy helps us focus more than ever on our practice of martial arts so that we can find our own way and have support to do so. This is why my stay at the Academy became an important experience in my life. Training at the Kunyu mountain is so revitalizing, so inspiring and so healthy for our soul. It is worth a long stay. I personally think that it is after three or four months that I was able to really feel the big difference brought by a daily strict training, and that I really understood the whole non-verbal education of the masters. Indeed, the masters of this academy are definitely role models that mark a life. They teach us simply with who they are, and not only with what they do. During the whole stay, we discover at which point the quality of martial arts depends on our inner life, and not only on our physical movements. By the way, I think it is essential to participate to the Tai Chi and Qigong classes before breakfast. In fact, everything brings us to take a fresh look on our life. I will never forget my journey at the Academy since it is now part of me and since the learning I acquired thanks to my masters will still continue to influence my decisions. master Guo, who was my Tai Chi, Qigong, Wing Chun, Sanda, and Baji master during the last nine months, is certainly one of the most important people I have met until now. Sifu Liu, another Wing Chun master, also played a significant role with his strong presence while I was learning Wing Chun and Baji, and with his incredible wisdom, master Xu, for my first Tai Chi form, and master Yu, in Bagua, also has an important part of my recognition, just like master Gao, Sifu Wang, and master Chen, who are all kind and inspiring people.I would like to thank everyone of them. Thank you also to the interpreters, who are like real mothers, and to the adorable staff members.
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Studied for One year Last time
Submitted on 10/11/2014 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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Back home again! Coming back to Kunyu mountain shaolin martial arts Academy to train for two months was a nice experience. I was glad to see my Master as well some of the old students still training kung fu here since I left the Academy 10 months ago.During my stay here I was able to push myself further and further and I achieved more than I hoped for, even though I hadn’t kept up with my training during my 10 months’ break.All the kung fu Masters put a lot of effort into the training and I could train with them and experience their methods of teaching. The handful of dedicated people that love training as much as I do kept me going and I will always remember the good suffering times we had together.On the weekends we could relax either outside at the lake or take a cab to Muping or Yantai and enjoy our free time.Many thanks to all the translators in helping us out to communicate with the Masters. You will be missed. I wish all the best to the Masters and translators, as well to the handful of dedicated and crazy people I’ve trained with and call now friends. Always train hard and if you’re not in pain by Tuesday morning or half dead by the end of the week it means you haven’t trained hard enough.You can be the best and strongest in what you are doing with manners, politeness and respect.
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Andrew Plitt (USA)
Submitted on 10/11/2014 by David Kelly | Yes, I would recommend this experience
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I stayed here for one year to study Chinese kung fu.The training is awesome! The variety is the weekly training schedule is excellent for keeping the training interesting from week to week.All the masters have been very helpful and they all seem to very interested in helping every student do well .I am completely impressed with their professionalism in martial arts and with the fact that they are not arrogant about their incredible skills.I am especially grateful to Master Guo for everything he has taught me.He is the main reason I chose to stay at kunyu school.The translators have always been very friendly and very helpful,they frequently go out of their way to help students and have made studying here very enjoyable experience.Generally the daily life in this academy is very pleasant.The view around us is wonderful and I appreciate the headmaster is always looking for ways to make the school better.
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The School provides a great environment for beginners to intermediates to choose between seven different styles of kung fu as well as the chance to study up to three different styles during their stay. Students have access to all the facilities they need and one of the most beautiful environments in which to practice. This combination inspires and drives students to practice with dedication. The main sites of interest in close vicinity to the school are Tai Bo Ding, the tallest peak of the Kunyu Mountain range, Nine Dragon Pools, Wuran Taoist Temple and the natural environment of the area itself.

In 2008 the school undertook a number of new building schemes and further improved. It now has a full size boxing ring, a new dinning area and another large indoor training hall. In addition to this internet services, accommodation and meals have also been improved.

The Masters at this school are very experienced martial artists and teachers who have multiple awards for various forms and competitions.

The  Location
of the school within a protected environmentally friendly area offers minimal distractions to students. The closest town to the school is Muping 35 minutes away. Yantai City on the coast offers students who would like to get out and about over the weekend a welcome distraction. Yantai City small by Chinese Standards modern and clean. The area itself offers site seers a number of historic sites to visit.

The Accommodation at this School are based on two sharing. If however, you wish to have your own room this is possible on request. But there will be a surcharge.

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and day to day running of Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy is handled by Master Sui and his management team. At this school you have top masters teaching kung fu in a beautiful natural environment. The school can accommodate over 75 students and it continues improve.

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Master Shi Xing Qing (Master Sui) is the schools headmaster and is a 32nd generation Shaolin Monk and the school master for internal Shaolin Kung Fu and qigong. Master Sui is currently level 8 and specializes in Xingyi, Shaolin Da Dao, Shaolin Lepard forms, Qigong, Yi Jin Jing, Bagua and Chen Style Taichi.

He has come 1st in Shaolin Da Dao, 70kg open fight category, 75kg open fight category and lepard fist at provincial level. He is currently the administrative vice president of the Kunyu Shan cultural research association and vice managing deputy president of Yantai Martial Arts Association.

Master Shi Yong Po is a 33rd generation Shaolin Monk at level 7. He has 7 years international teaching experience and specializes in Da Mo Staff, Chang Hu Xin Yi Men, Sanda, Da Mo Yi Jin Jing (an internal kungfu for the mind and body) and a number of fist, Shaolin sword and animal forms.

He has won 1st place in Da Mo Staff, Chang Hu Xin Yi Men forms as well as the 1st and 2nd for the 56kg and 70kg Sanda weight divisions. In 2008, 2009 and 2010 at the Yantai International Martial Arts Competitions he was award 1st for Da Mo Sword, Yin Shou Staff, Chang Hu Xin Yi Men, Shaolin Staff and Jin Gang Fist.

Master Shi Xing Xin is a 32nd generation Shaolin Monk specializing in Hong Fist, Da Hong Fist, Xiao Hong Fist, Tiger and Leopard animal forms, Southern Sword, Double Sword, Pu Sword, Single Whip and Double Whip.

At the Yantai International Martial Arts Competition he recieved a first for his Leopard Fist and Southern Sword form.

Master Guo is the school Qigong, Wing Chun, Baji and Chen Styel Taichi master. Master Guo has over 25 years of martial arts teaching experience and is highly conditioned. He specializes in Shaolin internal strength finger, war sword, black dragon big pole, nunchakus, Qin'na and Sanda. His ability to channel power when striking can be seen when he brakes flagstones without disturbing the block of bean curd on which the flag stones rest. Using his knowledge and experience he has developed hisown special qigong system and won a number of awards for his qigong demonstrations.

In 1993 he received 2nd at the National Qigong and Martial Arts Competition for demonstration leg power. In 1995 he took a first at the Sino-Japan Qigong and Martial Arts Exchange in Dalian. In 1999, he was requested to travel to Algeria by the Chinese Martial Arts Managing Centers delegation group inorder to demonstrate and promote Chinese Martial Arts. In 2005 he won a 1st in the first National Competition on Martial Arts Inner Strength. He is currently the vice secretary general of the Kunyu Mountain Cultural Research Association.

Master Xu teaches Shaolin Meihua, and Chen style Tai chi. Master Xu is highly skilled in Plum Blossom Chuan, single sword, Chen style Tai Chi, Spring-autumn broadsword, nine section Whip and other Chinese traditional Forms. In June of 1995 Six-Nations traditional martial arts competitions held in Fuzhou city of Fujian province, he got first place in plum blossom Chuan and first place in Double Whip. In National Tai Chi Chuan Competitions 2009 held in Henan province, he was awarded first place in Chen style Taiji Quan, and second place in Sword Forms. In 2009,he joined National plum blossom Fist Competition Shangdong province,he was number one in Short martial arts Weapons, and second place in fist. In August of 2011 World Tai Chi festival held by Jiaozuo in Henan province, and Got championship in Spring autumn broadsword and second place in Tai Chi Lao Jia Forms. In July and Aug of 2012 traditional shaolin kung fu competitions held by Yantai, he was awarded first place in Shaolin Big Sword and Tai Chi Chuan respectively. In July and Aug of 2013 international traditional shaolin martial arts Festivals held by Yantai city for two times he is first place in Plum Blossom Chuan, Shaolin Big sword & Tai Chi.

Master Yu teaches Mantis boxing, Bagua and Xinyi. Master Yu was born on 1963 and is a member of China Martial Arts Association. Currently a 5th Duan he is highly skilled at plum blossom Mantis Boxing and is a Fifth-Generation successor of Bagua Chuan, the sixth-generation of Xingyi Chuan,he also good at Spring-Autumn Blade. He got number one in Xingyi form and Xingyi sword in China's national competition. He won gold in Mantis forms and double sword in China's national Mantis competitions. He also won first place in Mantis and Bagua in Chinese martial arts festival. He has over 30 years of teaching experiences.

Master Shi Yan Cheng  is a 32nd generation Shaolin warrior monk. In 2009 Cheng won a first place in 56kg combat categories at a kickboxing competition that was held in Dengfeng. Master Shi Yan Cheng has been a shaolin martial arts master at one of the biggest kung fu schools that teach kung fu since 2010. Master Cheng is skilled in traditional; shaolin kung fu Chuan and Sanda often called Chinese kickboxing, he is skilled in different shaolin weapons including the spear and sword, spear and staff and many more others. In a 2013 international shaolin martial arts competitions that was held Yantai, he won number one in the Chinese walking stick form.

Master Shi Yan Bin is a 34th generation Shaolin warrior monk. Here are some honors he achieve: In 2008, performed “Zen Buddhism Shaolin, Music grand ceremony". He is skilled in traditional Shaolin Chuan forms, weapons, Qi Xing Chuan (Seven stars Form), Tai Zu Chang Chuan, Chuang Hu Xin Yi Men, and Da Mo Sword. In 2009, he won first place for Chang Hu Xin yi Men Chuan (Shaolin fist forms) and first place in Liu He Chuan sparing. In 2010, he took part in international Shaolin martial arts competitions and awarded first place in Damo sword. In 2010 he took part in the big performance of Sixteenth the Asian Games’ opening ceremony, the kung fu show’s name is (the Sails of White Clould). In July and Aug of 2013 international traditional shaolin kung fu Festivals held by Yantai respectively, he was the first place in Shaolin sword Twice.

Master Shi Yan Ze is a 34th generation warrior monk of shaolin temple. He has lots of practical Shaolin combat skills and teaching experience. He possesses both the professional theory and knowledge about Shaolin combat skills. During Chinese kickboxing competion held by Heze in 2007, Master yanze emerged the overall winner in 65 KG combat. In a similar evet held on 2009 in HaiNan province China, master yanze was crowned champion.The same followed in the year 2010 when he was rowned the champion boxer in 65 KG Boxing Championship Competion. He is highly skilled in the following areas: Shaolin combat, applications, trandition shaolin martial arts and Chinese kickboxing.

Master Shi Yan Kai received a first in Shaolin forms at the international Shaolin martial arts Competitions held in HeNan province. He got first place in shaolin weapons in EMEI mountain international martial arts Festival held by Sichuan Province. He won a championship in traditional Shaolin kung fu forms and shaolin weapons in a Shaolin martial arts Festival held by Chongqing province. He specializes in teaching students different kinds of traditional shaolin forms, and shaolin weapons.

Master Shi Yan Shun is a 34th generation warrior shaolin monk of The Shaolin Monastery. He is a 6th band in national martial arts and 7th degree in shaolin kungfu . In 2004 Shaolin martial arts Competitions he was championship in the 60kg open fighting categories and again in 2005. He performed Shaolin secrets skills successfully in traditional shaolin kungfu Festival held in Zhengzhou in 2006. He is especially skilled in Shaolin martial arts combat, Chinese kick boxing, shaolin weapons and forms, Tai zu Long fist, seven star Chuan, and Chi kung. 

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School Training is class based. Although at times class sizes can be quite large each master will attempt to provide students with one on one tuition where possible.

Master Shi Xing Qing (Master Sui) - Master of internal arts and school headmaster, Qigong, Taich, Xingyi Quan: Master Sui over sees and manages the school's daily running and management.  

Master Shi Yong Po - Shaolin Kung Fu, Sanda, Da Mo Yi Jin Jing: Master Shi Yong Po teaches Shaolin Weapons, Animal and Fist forms as well as Shaolin active qigongs.

Master Shi Xing Xin - Shaolin Kung Fu, Qigong: Master Shi Xing Xin teaches Shaolin Weapons, Animal and Fist forms as well as active qigongs.

Master Guo - Qigong, Wing Chun, Baji Quan, Chen Style Taichi: Master Guo will use his experience of teaching and combat to give you a solid foundation. You will work on a number of conditioning exercises when training with Master Guo.

Master Xu - Shaolin Meihua, Chen Taichi, Plum Blossom Quan, Double whip, Nine section whip, and Shaolin Broadsword.

Master Yu - Plum Blossom Mantis Kung fu, Baguazhang, and Xingyi Quan.

Master Shi Yan Cheng - Shaolin Kung Fu: Master Shi Yan Cheng will teach Shaolin Basics, Applications, Shaolin Weapons and fist forms as wells as Sanda.

Master Shi Yan Bin - Shaolin Kung Fu: Master Shi Yan Bin will teach Shaolin Basics, Applications, Shaolin Weapons and fist forms as wells as Sanda.

Master Shi Yan Ze - Shaolin Kung Fu: Master Shi Yan Ze will teach Shaolin Basics, Applications, Shaolin Weapons and fist forms as wells as Sanda.

Master Shi Yan Kai - Shaolin Kung Fu: Master Shi Yan Kai will teach Shaolin Basics, Applications, Shaolin Weapons and fist forms as wells as Sanda.

Master Shi Yan Shun - Shaolin Kung Fu: Master Shi Yan Shun will teach Shaolin Basics, Applications, Shaolin Weapons and fist forms as wells as Sanda.
 
Rules of the academy


1. Students must respect the masters, translators and each other. You should live together peacefully and friendly, not fight or cause any bad atmosphere in the school.2. If a student is struggling with his or her training, you should help them, but you should not laugh at or joke about students who are having difficulty.3. Respect individual’s belief. No gossiping on other’s personal religion or faith.4. No drugs, tobacco, cigarettes, alcohol or gambling in the academy.5. Before you leave the school, you have to let your master know where you are going and get his permission to leave.The Academy fosters a peaceful and friendly training and living environment for all students and masters alike. Cultivating the value of respect is an important aspect of the Academy.

Optional Evening Classes:

   
• Mandarin Classes
• Gua Sha Treatment/ Calligraphy Classes
• Accupunture/Message

The Mandarin, Acupuncture and Massage classes offer students a basic introduction to the subjects. They are not geared towards acheiving a qualification. With the Mandarin classes we advise all our students to bring or order a selection of basic Mandarin books to help provide the structure you will need to get the most out of your lessons.


Typical Training Schedule




Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
5:50
Arise
Arise
Arise
Arise
Arise
6:00—7:00
ChikungTaichi
ChikungTaichi
ChikungTaichi
ChikungTaichi
ChikungTaichi
7:10
Breakfast
Breakfast
Breakfast
Breakfast
Breakfast
8:30—10:00
Morning training
Morning training
Morning training
Morning training
Morning training
10:30—11:30
Morning training
Morning training
Morning training
Acupuncture massage
Morning training
12:00
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
14:30—16:00
Afternoon training
Afternoon training
Afternoon training
Afternoon training
Afternoon training
16:30—17:30
Chikung &Xingyi
Chikung &Xingyi
Chikung &Xingyi
Chikung &Xingyi
Calligraphy&Taoism
18:00
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
19:00—19:40
Mandarin
Mandarin
Mandarin
Acupuncture Massage
Buddhism Theory
21:30
Bedtime
Bedtime
Bedtime
Bedtime
Bedtime


*The schedule times may vary depending on season.

Formal kung fu training in the early morning starts from 6:00 from Monday to Friday, but you can get up at 5:30 to run a little bit breathing fresh air along the mountain road. During the week, the students are encouraged to go to bed before 10pm in order to regain strength for the next day's kung fu training.


Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy

Application/Booking fee - $100

If you want to study at Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy there is an application and booking fee of $100 USD. This should be paid prior to your arrival at the school. With StudyMartialArts.Org you can pay your application/booking fee via paypal or international bank transfer. The remainder of your fees must be paid direct to the school on your arrival. In addition to the application/booking fee there is a one time administration fee of $200-300 USD that you will be expected to pay on arrival.

Students who book through StudyMartialArts.Org are given 3 days to make up their minds about whether this school is right for them. If you decide you do not wish to stay you will be charged at their daily rate which is $50 usd per day. With this school it is important that you confident in your choice as the management have a policy of no-refunds for whatever the reason if you stay for a month or less. 

(1 Month) Administration fee - $200
(1+Months) Administration fee - $300


If you wish to pay your full fee in advance of your arrival international bank transfer must be the method of payment used. Details provided on request.  

Please note that Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Martial Arts Academy is very popular we therefore recommend that you book well in advance of your departure during peak seasons.

We advise students to budget for their daily water, personal spending, internet access and the cost of Chinese Visa extensions. The cost of visa extensions will vary according to nationality and length of stay. Monthly internet costs for students who wish to have internet in their rooms is 160 (CNY) per month. However, often due to the location the service is very poor.


School PricingUSD
Total
1 Month$ 690
$ 690
2 Months$ 670
$ 1,340
3 Months$ 650
$ 1,950
4 Months$ 630
$ 2,520
5 Months$ 610
$ 3,050
6 Months$ 590
$ 3,540
7 Months$ 570
$ 3,990
8 Months$ 550
$ 4,400
9 Months$ 530
$ 4,770
10 Months$ 510
$ 5,100
11 Months$ 490
$ 5,390
12 Months$ 470
$ 5,640
SMA STUDY PACK
WORTH $400 FREE
FOR SMA STUDENTS 
PRICE
$3,300
6 Months
SMA PRICE
$50 (CNY)
  Per Day
SMA GROUP/CLUB
PRICES
On request

 
1st year2nd year3rd year4th year5th year
$5,380$4,980$4,380$3,580$3,280


ADDITONAL COSTS:

- Yantai Airport/Railway Station pick up - 350-450 (CNY)

- Internet Access - 160 (CNY) per month

- Personal Spending 

- Visa Extensions


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