About the Course

Chi Kung, the art of lightness, was originally one type of Chinese fighting skill that was important both to empty handed pugilists and weapon specialists since it enabled martial artists and warriors to move quickly, unleash tremendous mental focus and force, and fight with a stronger body. A serious practitioner of the martial arts cannot afford to overlook the study of Chi Kung exercises. While the basic procedures for learning the art are relatively straightforward, an incomparable amount of difficulty can be encountered if constant diligence is not maintained.


In Chinese, “Chi” is the energy that circulates throughout the body, and “kung” translates into “work”. Chi Kung is the martial art that increases the body’s vital energy, and strengthen the circulation of this energy. Mastering Chi Kung can help maintain the balance in the distribution of body’s energy.

Throughout every aspect of nature, there are always two counterparts. When these two counterparts are in balance, the nature is then in perfect harmony. In the Chinese culture, the theory of Yin & Yang pair is used most often to describe this. For every plus there exists a minus, for hotness there exists coldness, for darkness there must be light, and for every good there exists evil. Of course, this is an oversimplification of Chi Kung. Its depth and complexity could fill volumes of book, and could take centuries for scholars to fully comprehend it just by reading it. Therefore, it is definitely something, which should be experienced, rather than only read about.


Modern Chi Kung can be a powerful tool in the fight against various illness, and can also be an exercisethat maintain body health. Practitioners of Chi Kung have the ability to redistribute and focus the body energy, or CHI – the source of our strength, from one area to another area. Chi Kung can, therefore, reroute excess body energy from where body need it the least to where body need it the most, and thus achieve balance in metabolism and energy distribution. By achieving harmony in energy balance, the body will be more capable in destroying toxins in the body, reducing stress, and healing ourselves. Chi Kung can then minimize the degeneration of the body’s vital organs and help build up the body immune system.


Throughout every aspect of nature, there are always two counterparts. When these two counterparts are in balance, the nature is then in perfect harmony. In the Chinese culture, the theory of Yin & Yang pair is used most often to describe this. For every plus there exists a minus, for hotness there exists coldness, for darkness there must be light, and for every good there exists evil. Of course, this is an oversimplification of Chi Kung. Its depth and complexity could fill volumes of book and could take centuries for scholars to fully comprehend it just by reading it. Therefore, it is definitely something, which should be experienced, rather than only read about.organs and help build up the body immune systems” that are an essential part of the Chi Kung exercises. They are available for sale in the school. If you want a happy and healthy life, don’t hesitate to call us now to ask more about Chi Kung. We also welcome you to come down to our school to take a look at the practices of Chi Kung.

Your Instructor

Master Chung and Staff

A 31st generation disciple of the Shaolin Temple, he is a master of Shaolin kung fu and chi kung. In addition to his many successes in competitions around the world,

Master Chung and Staff