The Shaolin-Do Association
The mission of the Shaolin-Do Association (SDA) is to preserve the arts of the Shaolin Temples of China, develop the mental and physical abilities of its members, provide a community for its members and their families, and instill a spirit of excellence in our endeavors.
Grandmaster Sin Thé will be visiting our school in May. He will be teaching the Mulan's Single Iron Fan form and Pequefo Tai Chi. Stay tuned for details!
Sin Kwang Thé
Grandmaster Sin Kwang Thé, the youngest Grandmaster in 1,500 years of Shaolin history, oversees the progress of thousands of Shaolin students across the country and overseas. He has mastered over 900 forms and 100 fighting systems.
Master Thé is part of a remarkable lineage of Grandmasters who have protected the art to enable future students to train. He is a true Master of Life.
History of Shaolin-Do
The Shaolin Temples were equivalent to modern day universities. Masters specialized in a particular area of knowledge and skill. These styles were often based on mimicking animal movements in an attempt to capture some of the fighting spirit and methods.
Over the course of time, these movements were codified in kata, or forms allowing the for the transmission of the art from teacher to student.
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Preview one of the most comprehensive martial arts curricula you'll ever see. Shaolin-Do teaches animal forms like tiger, crane, monkey and mantis. Weapons include broadsword, butterfly knives and chain whip. Two-man sets from praying mantis, Hua Fist and Hsing-I. Internal forms include Yang style Tai Chi, Chen style Tai Chi and Pa Kua Chang.
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