Shaolin Kung Fu Training

Kung Fu Programs

Kids Kungfu (3-6YRS)


Kids Kungfu (3-6YRS) is for kids who are approximately at age 3+ years old.

The class cultivates kids' interests in learning Kungfu.

The class is mainly about passing on the teachings of Shaolin Kungfu basic hand forms and martial arts ethics, which includes unity, respect, brave, confidence, courage, discipline and integrity in a friendly environment.

Kids Kungfu (7-12YRS)


Kids Kungfu (7-12YRS) is divided into two levels, Beginner and Intermediate.

For Beginner level, kids start classes with Shaolin Basic skills as well. For the intermediate level, it shows that kids have achieved the standard for learning forms and weapons.  

The class mainly focuses on improving kids' flexibility and strength. The class requires more strictly. 

Kids who participate in Kungfu class can grow muscles and strength. It is good for building up their physical and mental health.

Shaolin Kungfu (Teens/Adults)


Shaolin Kungfu (Teens/ Adults) is for teenagers and adults with three levels, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

For Beginner, teens/ adults learn basic hand forms. Once teens/ adults progress to Intermediate level, they will learn a higher level of hand forms and weapons. 

If they move to Advanced level, they will be able to get permissions to join the Demo Team. 

Tai Chi / Qi Gong 太极课


Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese internal Martial Art system, which combines profound principles, theories, and Martial art techniques.

The slow, soft, and continuously flowing movements appear mysterious on the surface. However, it is the cultivation of one's internal energy, mind, and the physical body that makes it so unique and challenging.

Tai Chi practice requires a deep level of concentration and a foTai Chi practice requires a deep level of concentration and a focused mind.

Demo Team / Lion Dance


Demo Team is the class offered to develop more professional Shaolin skills.

Students who are in Demo Team will learn better and faster than others who are at the same levels with them.

However, not every student is able to take this class. Students who want to participate in this class need to get permission from Master Gao.

Every year, Shaolin Kung Fu Chan Academy get a lot of invitations for performing at Schools and Festivals. As students in Demo Team, they have chances of representing our school to perform with Master Gao outdoors.

Stretching Exercise / Self-defense 拉伸运动· 自卫术


Stretching Exercise /  Self-defense is a class offered for adults who are interested in morning exercise. This class benefits to people who have busy schedule that can't work out very often. With doing stretching exercise, it helps you fresh your body and mind. Most importantly, helps you take a break from busy schedule. Most people are having difficulty to take night classes, therefore, Shaolin Kung Fu Chan Academy open the morning classes.  Self-defense is a great part for adults to learn as well. With Master Gao's help, the movements of self-defense are very easy to remember and use. 

This class is available on every Tuesday and Thursday's morning, from 10am to 11am. 

Class Schedule / Trial Class Application Form kung fu class

Summer Camp Program

Kung Fu 

Stop-bullying Action

Chinese Language Learning program

Some basic conversations in Mandarin  
lots of reading and writing materials
cartoons, movies, or fun YouTube videos in Mandarin 
know more about Chinese culture. 
introducing themselves in Mandarin.

Academic Writing Program

Advanced Math
a good vibe where students help with each other with exercise
Prepare for the next grade. 

Painting Program

Chinese Lute  (Limited Weeks)
Bow and arrow Games




 Chan is short for Chan-na, which was originally transliterated from Indian Dhyana and translated as meditative state, and it is also known as Zen, the equivalent term in Japanese. Dharma Master Bodhidharma initiated Chinese Chan Buddhism which “points directly to one’s mind and does not stand upon words” but stresses a “special transmission outside scriptures”. Through the efforts of second Patriarch Huike, third Patriarch Sengcan, fourth Patriarch Daoxin, fifth Patriarch Hongren and sixth Patriarch Huineng, Chan tradition finally turns to be the largest Buddhist school in China. As a result, Bodhidharma was honored as the first Patriarch of Chan Buddhism and Shaolin Temple renowned as the origin of Chan Buddhist. 




Shaolin Kung fu refers to the traditional cultural system that has formed in the particular Buddhist cultural environment in Shaolin Temple of Songshan Mountain over long history. It is based on a belief in the supernatural power of Buddhism and fully reflects the wisdom of Chan Buddhism. The martial arts practiced by monks in the Shaolin Temple are its major form of expression.  Shaolin Kungfu encompasses complete technical and theoretical system, with martial arts and techniques as its major form of expression, and Buddhism belief and Chan wisdom as the cultural connotation.

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  Shaolin Chan Medicine can be traced back to the time when Shaolin Temple was founded. Owing to the temple's royal status, there were a large number of monks in the temple during that period. They sat in meditation all daylong without motion, which affected their blood circulation and led to many diseases. Then the monks began to practice martial arts except meditation and accumulate medical experience by taking advantages of abundant herbal resources in the Song Mountain and benefitting from the folk medical approaches. Finally, they studied many secret recipes and developed the Qigong therapy, massage therapy and pointing therapy which have the effects of physical fitness and medical treatment. Shaolin Medicine can cure various kinds of diseases, specialized in treating traumatic injuries, and has many divisions such as surgery and internal departments, which forms the featured culture of Shaolin Chan Medicine.  Are your customers raving about you on social media? Share their great stories to help turn potential customers into loyal ones.

Master Gao's performance

Master Gao was performance at Sammamish Chinese New Year Culture Center Jan 10th in 2018

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