The Zhongyue Shaolin Temple’s gung fu classes focus on traditional Shaolin style training. Students learn basic and advanced fighting techniques and applications, as well as traditional bare hand and weapons forms.
“Grand Ultimate Fist.” A Chinese internal art form that is based in the principles of Yin and Yang. Taiji is characterized by wave-like motion, power releases that resemble shaking or shuddering,
Qigong is an ancient form of chinese “calastenics” designed to help a practicioner build their qi both for use in kung fu as well as for excellent general health. Dasifu’s qi gong techniques are designed to improve the student’s health...
We are a non-profit organization registered with the Secretary of the State of Texas under 501(c) tax exempt status. The purpose and goal of Shaolin Temple is to promote Buddhism through teaching meditation, tai chi, Shaolin Kung Fu martial art; and to enhance self-healing and cultivate inner peace and harmony. The practice of Shaolin has a history of over 1500 years. Through careful preservation of manuscripts and materials, this ancient way of life has been passed on through the generations by faithful monks carrying the torch that we are able to continue this practice today.
The Zhongyue Shaolin Temple is hosting its first annual Chinese New Year festival this weekend. The festival is open to the public and will be a great opportunity to learn more about Shaolin culture and celebrate the new year. There will be performances from students.READ MORE
he Shaolin Monastery or Shaolin Temple (Chinese: 少林寺; pinyin: Shàolínsì), is a Chan Buddhist temple at Song Shan in Zhengzhou City, Henan Province, of what is now the People's Republic of China. The monastery was built by the Emperor Hsiao-Wen in 477 C.E., and the first abbot of Shaolin was Batuo, (also, Fotuo or Bhadra (the Chinese transposition of Buddha), an Indian dhyana master who came to China in 464 C.E. to spread Buddhist teachings. Another Indian Monk, Bodhidharma, or Da Mo, is said by the Shaolin monks to have introduced ChanREAD MORE
Hello students, Grandmaster Shi De Shan has requested trying to move to an online format for the time being. We will livecast on Instagram. We have been testing live casting earlier today on April 3, 2020. Add @Houstonshaolintemple on Instagram and email your full name and instagram ID to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add a close friends list for classes. Thank You. We will test out casting online on April 4, 2020 at 10am CST. Thank You.READ MORE