Class Schedule

 

Sunday

  • Chen Style Tai Chi / QigongQigong exercises cultivate the practitioner’s internal energy or “Qi”. Several systems of Qigong are taught including Shaolin forms, Xin Yi Ba, And Chen Style Tai Chi. Chen Style was the first system of Tai Chi. The Chen village is located near the original Shaolin Temple in China. The Tai Chi system is heavily influenced by Shaolin Kung Fu. The practice develops fluid movement, internal strength and the ability to express and redirect force. Tai Chi and Qigong is suitable for students of any age. with Dasifu Shi De ShanDasifu Shi De Shan is a 31st generation warrior monk from the Shaolin Temple. Dasifu is also an 11th Generation Chen Style Taichi Master. He came to the US in 1998 and then founded the Houston Shaolin Temple with permission from the Shaolin Temple in China. Shi De Shan’s specialties are traditional Shaolin kungfu bare hand and weapons, hard qi gong and san da (san shou) sparring. Shi De Shan has been studying kung fu and Qigong for over 30 years. He is well versed in the ancient secrets that cultivate health, vitality, peace of mind, balance, and incredible power and durability. There are only a small handful of people in the world who approach his level of development. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Children Shaolin Kung fuThis class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Children Shaolin Kung fuThis class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
  • Fighting / San Da / Yi QuanStudents learn to apply techniques and conditioning to practical self defense and competition fighting. This class emphasizes striking, blocks, take-downs, and fight strategy. Students may also be invited to learn Qigong techniques to develop striking power and iron body. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Shaolin Kung Fu (all ages)This class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Tuesday

  • Children Shaolin Kung fuThis class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Shaolin Kung Fu (all ages)This class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 5:40 pm to 6:40 pm
  • Fighting / San Da / Yi QuanStudents learn to apply techniques and conditioning to practical self defense and competition fighting. This class emphasizes striking, blocks, take-downs, and fight strategy. Students may also be invited to learn Qigong techniques to develop striking power and iron body. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Wednesday

  • Children Shaolin Kung fuThis class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Shaolin Kung Fu (all ages)This class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 5:40 pm to 6:40 pm
  • Longfist / WushuThe emphasis of this training is on demonstration rather than practical application. Students learn standardized competition routines including bare fist and weapons forms. Students also develop gymnastic abilities. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  • Chen Style Tai Chi / QigongQigong exercises cultivate the practitioner’s internal energy or “Qi”. Several systems of Qigong are taught including Shaolin forms, Xin Yi Ba, And Chen Style Tai Chi. Chen Style was the first system of Tai Chi. The Chen village is located near the original Shaolin Temple in China. The Tai Chi system is heavily influenced by Shaolin Kung Fu. The practice develops fluid movement, internal strength and the ability to express and redirect force. Tai Chi and Qigong is suitable for students of any age. with Dasifu Shi De ShanDasifu Shi De Shan is a 31st generation warrior monk from the Shaolin Temple. Dasifu is also an 11th Generation Chen Style Taichi Master. He came to the US in 1998 and then founded the Houston Shaolin Temple with permission from the Shaolin Temple in China. Shi De Shan’s specialties are traditional Shaolin kungfu bare hand and weapons, hard qi gong and san da (san shou) sparring. Shi De Shan has been studying kung fu and Qigong for over 30 years. He is well versed in the ancient secrets that cultivate health, vitality, peace of mind, balance, and incredible power and durability. There are only a small handful of people in the world who approach his level of development. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  • Tong Zi GongThis traditional training for young children develops extraordinary flexibility, physical control, and resistance to injury. Students who master these traditional techniques will easily progress into more advanced training as they grow older. Tong Zi Gong lays a foundation for any athletic pursuits later in life. The class is offered only to qualified students ages 4-10 in addition to regular Shaolin training. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Thursday

  • Children Shaolin Kung fuThis class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Shaolin Kung Fu (all ages)This class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 5:40 pm to 6:40 pm
  • Fighting / San Da / Yi QuanStudents learn to apply techniques and conditioning to practical self defense and competition fighting. This class emphasizes striking, blocks, take-downs, and fight strategy. Students may also be invited to learn Qigong techniques to develop striking power and iron body. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Friday

  • Children Shaolin Kung fuThis class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Shaolin Kung Fu (all ages)This class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 5:40 pm to 6:40 pm
  • Longfist / WushuThe emphasis of this training is on demonstration rather than practical application. Students learn standardized competition routines including bare fist and weapons forms. Students also develop gymnastic abilities. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  • Chen Style Tai Chi / QigongQigong exercises cultivate the practitioner’s internal energy or “Qi”. Several systems of Qigong are taught including Shaolin forms, Xin Yi Ba, And Chen Style Tai Chi. Chen Style was the first system of Tai Chi. The Chen village is located near the original Shaolin Temple in China. The Tai Chi system is heavily influenced by Shaolin Kung Fu. The practice develops fluid movement, internal strength and the ability to express and redirect force. Tai Chi and Qigong is suitable for students of any age. with Dasifu Shi De ShanDasifu Shi De Shan is a 31st generation warrior monk from the Shaolin Temple. Dasifu is also an 11th Generation Chen Style Taichi Master. He came to the US in 1998 and then founded the Houston Shaolin Temple with permission from the Shaolin Temple in China. Shi De Shan’s specialties are traditional Shaolin kungfu bare hand and weapons, hard qi gong and san da (san shou) sparring. Shi De Shan has been studying kung fu and Qigong for over 30 years. He is well versed in the ancient secrets that cultivate health, vitality, peace of mind, balance, and incredible power and durability. There are only a small handful of people in the world who approach his level of development. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  • Tong Zi GongThis traditional training for young children develops extraordinary flexibility, physical control, and resistance to injury. Students who master these traditional techniques will easily progress into more advanced training as they grow older. Tong Zi Gong lays a foundation for any athletic pursuits later in life. The class is offered only to qualified students ages 4-10 in addition to regular Shaolin training. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Saturday

  • Chen Style Tai Chi / QigongQigong exercises cultivate the practitioner’s internal energy or “Qi”. Several systems of Qigong are taught including Shaolin forms, Xin Yi Ba, And Chen Style Tai Chi. Chen Style was the first system of Tai Chi. The Chen village is located near the original Shaolin Temple in China. The Tai Chi system is heavily influenced by Shaolin Kung Fu. The practice develops fluid movement, internal strength and the ability to express and redirect force. Tai Chi and Qigong is suitable for students of any age. with Dasifu Shi De ShanDasifu Shi De Shan is a 31st generation warrior monk from the Shaolin Temple. Dasifu is also an 11th Generation Chen Style Taichi Master. He came to the US in 1998 and then founded the Houston Shaolin Temple with permission from the Shaolin Temple in China. Shi De Shan’s specialties are traditional Shaolin kungfu bare hand and weapons, hard qi gong and san da (san shou) sparring. Shi De Shan has been studying kung fu and Qigong for over 30 years. He is well versed in the ancient secrets that cultivate health, vitality, peace of mind, balance, and incredible power and durability. There are only a small handful of people in the world who approach his level of development. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Children Shaolin Kung fuThis class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Shaolin Kung Fu (all ages)This class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
  • Shaolin Kung Fu (all ages)This class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Shaolin Kung Fu (all ages)This class focuses on traditional Shaolin conditioning. Students learn Shaolin movements and forms that help to develop speed, strength, flexibility and agility. Shaolin forms contain techniques applicable to self-defense. However, the emphasis of this class is on personal conditioning rather than dealing with an opponent. Students learn traditional bare fist forms and eventually move on to staff and broadsword forms. with Shi Yan JianShi Yan Jian is a 34th generation Shaolin Monk. He began training, at the age of 8, at the Shaolin Temple Tagou Martial Arts School, located less than one mile from the Temple itself. With more than 40,000 students Tagou is the largest and most influential Kung Fu school in the world. Shi Yan Jian excelled to the top 1% of his class and became a member of Tagou’s Elite Performance Team. 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm
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