Styles of Kung Fu

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Chun Seh Dau

Styles of Kung Fu

School Of Shaolin Kung Fu

"The Hard, the Light, the Soft, the Bright; The Many Faceted Way"

Styles of Kung Fu

To every Kwoon, it's own Master and to every Master, their own way.

About our Shaolin Kung Fu training

Our training involves moderate to high physical activity, dependent on your individual experience and ability. This will improve your flexibility, balance, stamina, strength, speed and determination

You will learn traditional Shaolin stretches, stances, kicks, jumps, drills (a combination of movements), hand forms, weapon forms, Shaolin Kung Fu applications & sparring. Please don’t let the term sparring put you off, we do not do full contact fighting but we promote a light and controlled application of the movements that you have been learning

We train traditional Shaolin Kung Fu and not the circus style performances that you may have seen. We are part of the British Chinese Council for Martial Arts (BCCMA) which provides a guarantee that what you are being taught is an authentic Chinese system

We recommend that QiGong training is completed alongside our Shaolin Kung Fu classes. This will help you to retain the essence of martial power which enhances muscular power.

Styles of Shaolin Kung Fu

(As practiced in the Kwoon of Chun Seh Dau)

The Chun Seh Dau School of Shaolin Kung Fu has many instructors who are practitioners of many styles of both Northern and Southern Shaolin Kung Fu. Some elements and basics of these styles of Shaolin Kung Fu are taught to lay a strong foundation when students join the school. As time goes on students are often taught one or more Shaolin Kung Fu style forms; the actual style form (or forms) is usually dictated by the physical, mental and spiritual abilities of the student. The learning of a Shaolin Kung Fu style form can both develop a student's existing abilities but also help them to develop an area where they may have a weakness or gap in their ability. Listed below are a selection of the styles of Kung Fu taught and practiced within the school.

Dragon, Eagle, Monkey (both Drunken and Seeking Monkey forms) Tiger, Crane, Snake, Mantis, 5 Animals, 10 Animals, Northern Shaolin Long Fist, Wooden Hall Men,Ying Jow Pai Eagle Claw, hard & soft Qigong including Ba Duan Jin, Yang Style Tai Chi and the art of Chin Na.

Although various weapons including Staff, Three Section Staff and Sword are practised Students are expected to show dedication and evidence of practise outside the Kwoon before advanced weapons skills are taught to them.

In addition to these Kung Fu forms, many forms of meditation are also practised and taught.

All of our instructors are fully certified, licensed and insured by the BCCMA. They undergo regular assessments and updates. All of the Sifus are able to teach from novice to Black belt and receive guidance from Master, who is himself able to teach and grade from novice to Master.

Styles of Kung Fu

Please Note: Chun Seh Dau School of Shaolin Kung Fu is NOT a Shaolin Temple nor does it or has it ever professed to be a Shaolin Temple. We are devoted entirely to the practise and study of Shaolin Kung Fu.

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Styles of Kung Fu

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