Relax your mind, recharge the energy, improve your body.
Energy is all around us, learn to work with it while practising effective combat applications and Qigong methods. The ancient techniques and millennia-proven methods of Shaolin kung-fu and Tai-chi are now within your reach.
Why to practice Shaolin kung-fu and Tai-chi martial arts
Just because you’ve come across these pages and made it this far, you probably realize that there’s more in a life than fast fists and good physical condition. The biggest difference between classical movement (running, soccer, kick-boxing, etc.) is the spiritual overlap of Shaolin kung fu and Tai-chi exercises. You are not only improving your body, but you are also improving your mind. However, this is just the beginning, the impact of exercise on everyday life is enormous. If you have ever think about the wonder of a present moment and everyday beauty around you, then you are a good candidate for learning Shaolin kung-fu and Tai-chi martial arts techniques. The best of all of this, you are still improving your melee and self-defense skills. Both Shaolin kung fu and Taichi are essentially different directions, Shaolin is an external style and Tai-chi is an internal style, but they are closely linked and reinforce each other’s progress in practice. That’s why it’s the best to focus on both styles from the beginning.
Shaolin kung-fu and Tai-chi martial arts take place in the open air
Shaolin kung fu and Taichi courses take place outdoors in the open air in the park on Letná, Prague 7. The Shaolin kung fu course for children takes place in Ondřejov u Prahy (Prague-east). The energy in the fresh air is significantly higher, which enhances the effects of exercise and energetic sensations. In autumn and winter, the conditions are more difficult, but when you overcome them, you feel even better about yourself, which supports the results of the exercise. You may perceive exercising outdoors as a certain discomfort or as a challenge that needs to be overcome. The place for exercise is always located near public toilets, where it is also possible to change clothes. A sufficient number of layers is needed and you will definitely not feel cold, rather the opposite. The courses are in Czech and English. I look forward to seeing you at Shaolin kung-fu and Tai-chi martial arts in the open air.
|Shaolin kung-fu for children||Mon, Wed||17.00 – 18.15||6.9. 23 – 31.1. 2024||40 sessions||4000 CZK||Ondřejov, Prague East|
|Shaolin kung-fu||Tue||17.30 – 19.00||5.9. 23 – 30.1. 24||20 sessions||4000 CZK||Letná, Prague 7|
|Taichi Bagua of nine Temples||Tue||19.00 – 20.00||5.9. 23 – 30.1. 24||20 sessions||3000 CZK||Letná, Prague 7|