Master Shi Yan Jia (Wei Shifu) teaches Qigong and various Shaolin Weapons and fist forms. He is the Schools Headmaster and a 34th generation Shaolin Disciple of the current Abbot Shi Yong Xin. He is currently ranked at level 7 and at the 1st National Shaolin Kung Fu competition he was awarded 1st place in traditional Shaolin Fist form and Shaolin Spear form. Following this at the 9th Sports meeting in Henan province he also competed and won 1st place for his Shaolin Staff routine and in the championships in Zhengzhou he was awarded 1st in the Traditional Sword category. His special skills are in Shaolin fist forms, Shaolin spear, Shaolin staff and Shaolin Sword forms.
Master Shi Xing Lin (Master Zhang) a 32nd generation Shaolin warrior monk, ranked at level 7. He is Disciple of Shi De Qian. He went to the Songshan Shaolin Temple in the year 1993 and stayed there for 15 years. He is good at traditional Shaolin fist forms, shaolin Swords, staff, Animal styles, Wing Chun and Chi Kung. In this duration, he changed role from a learner to a experienced Kung Fu master. Here is some honors he got: In 1998, he went to Korea for performance at the representative of the Shaolin Temple. In 2000, he attended the 1st national Shaolin forms competition and got first place for Shaolin fist forms, swords, staff and pair-sparring, In 2002, he won second place for Shaolin staff in Dengfeng city's competition for Shaolin Kung Fu professional learners. In 2003, out of his good performance, he was invited to stay in the Temple to be a instructor. In the same year, he lead his students to attend Zhengzhou city's "Teenagers' Championship" and won 13 first prize, 27 second prize and 11 third prize. In 2004, he was invited to attend the "gold lion competition " in Russia as VIP performer. At the same year he was invited to Malaysia to do demonstration and teaching. From 2005-2007, he was rewarded "excellent masters" annually. In 2008, he was invited to the Southern Shaolin Temple to do teaching and specialized on Wing Chun in the neighbour provinces.
Master Shi Yan Hao is a 34th generation Shaolin Disciple born into a Kung fu family. He began learning kung fu at the age of 3. In 1996 he became an apprentice of Abbot Shi Yong Xin and in 2002 joined the Shaolin Temple Warrior Monk group and is now one of their main coaches. He is highly skilled and teaches the following Shaolin traditional fist forms: Shaolin Xiaohong Quan, Dahong Quan, Xiaopao Quan, Pao Chui, Qixing Quan, Meihua Mantis, Chang Hu Xingyi Men, Taizu Chang Quan; The following weapons: broadsword, straight sword and staff and the following internal martial arts: Tai chi, Bagua and Baji.
Master Shi Yan Qiang is a 34th generation Shaolin warrior monk. He began his training at 9. During his eight year study at the Shaolin Temple he completed his education in Shaolin Kung fu theory and numerous traditional Shaolin forms. He specializes in Seven Star Fist (Qixing Quan), Long-handle Sword (Pu Dao), Double Hammers and Shaolin traditional soft weapons such as Chain Whip, Double Whips, Three-section Staff and Shepherd’s Whip. In 2005 he was awarded 2nd on the long-handle sword and tiger style Marital Arts on Mountain Shizi Shan in Hong Kong. In 2007 he was awarded 1st for his Double Hammers at the Eighth mineral tribe traditional sports meeting in China and in 2008 at the Seventh Asia Martial Arts Championship in Macau. His performance on chain whip was deemed excellent.
Master Wu is 65 years old and a top-nationally ranked Bagua Master. He was born into a family that became renowned for their practice as Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctors and is a certified Acupuncture and Massage Doctor. At the age of 15, he began studying Southern Fist with an old martial arts Master in Emei Mountain, Suchuan. There he was introduced to the Wudang School, regarded as the origin of Tai Chi and internal Kung Fu. He has been practicing Kung Fu ever since. Master Wu has published articles in professional journals on Bagua and has a deep knowledge of this style. His practice and research has culminated in what he now teaches to others, a specially developed and unique system of Bagua.
Master Shi Yan Jiong (Master Zhao), 34th generation warrior monk, disciple of the Shalin Temple Abbot Shi Yong Xin. He masters one of the 72 shaolin scret skills: two fingers hand-stand, and specializes on Drunken styles, Wing Chun, Fanzi fist （翻子拳， a traditional fist, Damo staff and long handled broad sword. He ranked 6 band in the 9 band system of Shaolin Kung Fu. He went to the Shaolin Temple when he is 8 years old. In 2000, He is selected to be a member of 1st international stage play <少林雄风>, which makes him to show his skills in around 30 countries. In 2002, he won the first place of Shaolin fist in the competition of the Shaolin warrior monks. In 2006, by his excellent performance, the Abbot assign him to be a coach in the Shaolin warrior mink team. In 2012, another stage play <> invited him to join in.. The play has a tournament around 46 countries. September of 2012, he attended 1st European Shaolin Cultural Festival Kung Fu Text Conference In Berlin Germany as a VIP.
Master Shi Yan Shuai (Master Zhang), 34th generation warrior monk, disciple of Master Shi Yong Di. started his Shaolin training in 2000, when he is seven years old. He ranked 6 band in the 9 band system of Shaolin Kung Fu. He is good at three section staff, scorpion style and Shaolin broad sword. 2005 he won second place on three section staff , 1st place on Shaolin broad Sword in the A class school’s competition in Deng Feng. 2006, he earned 1 st prize on Scorpion form and 2nd prize on Shaolin traditional fist form in the sports meeting of Deng Feng city. From 2007-2010, he accompanied his master on the oversea visits to Singapore, Indonesia, and other South East countries. His fantastic forms are warmly welcomed by the local people. From 2010 on, he started this career as a Shaolin master, and now has students from nearly 20 countries.
Master Shi Yan Zheng (Master Han), 34th generation warrior monk, 6 band, excellent coach of the important team in Tagou Martial Arts School. He started his Kung Fu journey in 1998, wheh he is eight year old. After eight years, he gratuated from the professioanl team in tagou school ranked the 2nd place. His best skills are Shaolin Fist form, Broad sword and staff. Here are some competitions he attended: 2002, he won first places of Shaolin Staff and Broard sword on A class school’s competition in Deng Feng., 2004, he attended the International Martial Arts Festival and is Champion for Traditional Shaolin fist. In 2005, he competed in the National Shaolin Kung Fu Competition and earned the 2nd prize for his Shaolin Staff.. In 2006, his mother school invited him to be a Kung Fu master for advanced students.