Shaolin 5 Animals Webinar – Saturday 27th 2014

We are hosting another webinar this month. This time we are going to dive into the Shaolin 5 animals.  Not to many people realize just how many systems of fighting came out of Shaolin.

The orgins of Shaolin kung fu come from Songshan mountain, Henan province, China. The Shaolin Temple was established around 420-589 AD We invite you to come hang with us.  Do you currently practice shaolin 5 animals? If so what’s your favorite animal?


In this webinar…

You will learn the fundamental principles of the Shaolin 5 Animals. There are many animals, but out of them all the Shaolin chose 5. You will learn why the Shaolin picked the Tiger, Leapord, Snake, Dragon and Crane, as well as learn about their nature and how they work. Learn how the integration of these animals happened and how they influence other styles of martial arts like Wing Chun. You will also learn the essence of every animal and what that means for you.

To sum it up, you will:

  • Learn what animals the Shaolin picked and why.
  • Learn what their nature is and how they work.
  • Learn how these 5 Animals influenced other martial arts, such as Wing Chun.
  • Understand their essence and why you should care.

In the webinar you will get to watch Sifu Phu Ngo demonstrate the beauty and power of each animal. Sifu Phu Ngo will be taking your questions at the end of the webinar. Be sure to register  now to guarantee your spot. Even if you cannot make it, sign up now, so you will be able

to get the replay.

This is going to be a live event, so mark your calendar and be prepared to learn!

See you soon!

Register Here


Is Studying Kung Fu Against Christianity?

Over at Enter Shaolin recently we got a question from one of our subscribers about is it okay to learn kung fu if you are a christian. Interestingly enough this is a question that I have seen come up time and time again in christian circles.

To me it seems like a no brainer. There are many accounts of gods wrath on man as well as accounts of gods servants slaying in his name. While I don’t believe in violence nor do I believe fighting actually solves anything.

I do believe there are times when you have to defend yourself and your family.  There have been literally thousands upon thousands of Christians who went to war for their countries who had to tackle the question is it okay to murder someone else in the name of self defense or freedom.

Anyhow Sifu Phu Ngo shares his point of view on the subject. Check it out I’d love to hear what you think about it.

Kung Fu Discussion – Wrist Control, Structure, Friendly Conversation

Personally I don’t much get involved with Internet debates when it comes to kung fu. The reason is simply because most times there isn’t a right answer or a wrong answer. The fact of the matter is that the right way to train your martial arts depends on who you are and what you are trying to accomplish in your training.

For example: If you are going to train to enter the ring and compete you need to train for that sport. If you are training yourself to defend yourself in a real life self defense situation the training needs to be tailored for that.

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